Delaney Anderson joined WISE in 2015 as the Campus Advocate, a position created through a Memorandum of Understanding with Dartmouth College. In her position, Delaney provides comprehensive and survivor-centered advocacy for survivors of gender-based violence at the college. Delaney’s background and experience is in victim advocacy, violence research, and training development across various institutions of higher learning. She has presented and trained on topics surrounding gender-based violence, trauma-informed response, campus advocacy, among others. Delaney believes strongly that advocacy requires elevating the voices of survivors and other marginalized populations to shift our systems in power. She values all opportunities for our communities to connect and discuss how to change our culture and end gender-based violence. She has her Bachelor's degree in Religion from New College of Florida and a Master's degree in Social Work from Florida State University. She serves as one of CAPPA’s co-chairs of the Professional Standards and Legislative Advocacy Committee.