Jill Dunlap is the Director of the Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE) Program and Women’s Center at UCSB. Jill joined the CARE program in January 2012, after serving in similar capacities at Northern Illinois University and University of Missouri-Kansas City. She has more than 1,500 hours of advocacy and crisis intervention training and has worked closely with college student survivors of interpersonal violence in a professional capacity for more than 12 years. Jill served on the Violence Against Women Act Campus SaVE federal negotiated rule making committee with the Department of Education in 2014. In her role as the representative for four-year, public institutions, her work with the committee assisted in creating guidelines for campuses to follow when complying with new federal regulations on sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking prevention and response. Jill has served on the University of California Presidential Task Force on Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence, as well as the UC Sexual Assault Policy Working group. Jill’s work experience also includes having written and managed three Department of Justice Grants with the Office on Violence Against Women, totaling more than $800,000, and all of which focused on funding campus-based advocates to assist student survivors. In addition, Jill is proud of her substantial work with community survivors through her commitment to volunteer work for local rape crisis agencies and domestic violence shelters for the past 12 years. She is a Co-Facilitator of CAPPA.