LB Klein, MSW, MPA is a founding leadership council member and research co-chair of Campus Advocacy and Prevention Professionals Association (CAPPA). With Co-Chair Michelle Bangen, she coordinates monthly CAPPA research updates, research-to-practice translation documents, and the campus sexual assault prevention and advocacy benchmarking study. LB is a doctoral research assistant, injury and violence prevention fellow, and adjunct faculty member at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her work focuses on gender-based violence prevention, intervention, and policy; advancing equity in higher education; bridging the gap between research and practice; community capacity building; community-based participatory research; and implementation science. She has served as a consultant, trainer, and evaluator across the U.S. and Canada including as a fellow with Prevention Innovations Research Center at the University of New Hampshire, director of trainer development and lead trainer for Soteria Solutions, and her consulting partnership with Drew Rizzo, Catalytical Consulting LLC . She previously directed Emory University’s interpersonal violence prevention and advocacy efforts (now the Office of Respect). She holds a bachelor’s in history and master’s in social work from Washington University in St. Louis, a master’s in public administration from University of Colorado Denver’s Program on Gender-Based Violence, and a graduate certificate in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health from Drexel University. She currently serves on the state steering committee for North Carolina's CDC DELTA implementation and on the doctoral student committee of the Society for Social Work and Research. LB has worked in various capacities to end gender-based violence and advance social justice for over 15 years. You can follow her work on LinkedIn, ResearchGate, and @LB_Klein on Twitter.