Drew Rizzo, MS works to end interpersonal violence at colleges and universities, through equal parts education and social justice accompliceship. He is Assistant Director for the Respect Program within Emory University’s Office of Health Promotion. Drew holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in higher education from Oklahoma State University. His research currently focuses on methods for addressing root causes of violence utilizing theories from psychology, education, and public health models. His professional work centers on engaging students to build campus capacity for the prevention of interpersonal violence with specific attention to: first-year students, advanced-degree seeking (graduate/professional) students, and students in fraternities and sororities. Drew has advised students and student organizations on sexual assault prevention, bystander education, and sexual health education. He is a huge fan of craft zymurgy, dystopian novels, and zombies. He serves as a Networking Committee Chair.