Alysa Mozak, Director, Patricia A. Tomson Center for Violence Prevention at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls.
Mozak oversees curriculum infusion of bystander education and strategies within pre-service teacher education and social sciences programming, as well as the implementation of Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Strategies training and outreach in and among Iowa’s higher education and Pre-K-12 educational systems. Mozak has an extensive professional background as a victim advocate and violence prevention educator in both nonprofit and higher education. She has been using the MVP model for 10 years in secondary and post-secondary environments and is a master trainer.
Wm. Michael Fleming Ph.D. CFLE, Director of Research and Assessment at the Patricia A. Tomson Center for Violence Prevention.
Dr. Fleming is an associate professor of family studies at the University of Northern Iowa. His scholarship and teaching focuses on the dynamics associated with interpersonal violence; models of prevention and early intervention in secondary and higher education schools; and education and training of domestic/sexual assault educators and advocates. His community engagement includes serving on boards for domestic/sexual agencies; serving on regional and statewide task forces and coalitions focusing on domestic/sexual assault, as well as working with non-profits providing program and evaluation consultation.