Danica Wolf serves as the Lead Coordinator of the RSVP Center at the University of Missouri in the Department of Social Justice. For years, Wolf served as the primary campus advocate and prevention educator for a campus of almost 35,000 undergraduate students. She now manages a team of professional staff members, graduate assistants, undergraduate student workers, leaders, interns, volunteers and the Green Dot Team of over 50 multi-disciplinary faculty and staff members. Wolf holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree, a Master of Social Work with a concentration on policy, planning and administration and a Multicultural Certificate from the University of Missouri. She serves as a leader in the NASPA Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention and Response Knowledge Community, faculty for the National Center for Campus Public Safety’s Trauma-Informed Investigation and Adjudication Training Program and adjunct faculty teaching a course on Contemporary Issues in Domestic Violence at Mizzou. Wolf consistently advocates for equity for all, working within systems to influence change at all levels. When she is not doing violence prevention work for the University, Danica is a doula and birth educator. Wolf is a Co-Facilitator for CAPPA.