Casey Malsam is a Victim Advocate in the Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC) at Colorado State University. At CSU, Casey is a confidential advocate for primary and secondary survivors of all forms of interpersonal violence. This includes helping students navigate the on/off campus reporting structures, working with professors to communicate about academic performance, offering a support group, and providing crisis intervention skill building with survivors. In addition, Casey advises three feminist student organizations, instructs three Women’s Studies courses, and organizes the University’s 24-hour interpersonal violence hotline. She works with the staff in her office to provide primary prevention education to the campus as a whole. Casey works to provide prevention and advocacy from an intersectional and social justice lens in an effort to reach all students from all identities. She is an active member of CAPPA and the Colorado Collation Against Sexual Assault. She has presented both at conferences and in webinars in an effort to help give back to the field from which she has learned so much. Casey holds B.A. from the University of Kansas in Art History with a minor in Women’s Studies and a M.A. from Lake Forest College in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Women’s Studies. She is currently working on a second M.A. at Colorado State University in College Counseling. Casey lives in Fort Collins, Colorado with her partner and three children. She served as a 2016-2017 CAPPA Training Committee Chair, and currently serves as a Co-Facilitator.