Lauren "LB" Klein, MSW, MPA has dedicated her academic and professional life to ending gender-based violence, supporting survivors, and advancing social justice. She is a doctoral student in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work. LB also serves as a lead trainer and curriculum development specialist for Prevention Innovations Research Center (PIRC) at the University of New Hampshire. At PIRC, she works most closely with the Bringing in the Bystander® In-Person Prevention Program. LB has served as a consultant for organizations and coalitions across the United States and Canada on gender-based violence prevention and advocacy with a particular focus on mobilizing college and university communities. She previously led Emory University's Respect Program and founded the volunteer advocate program within St. Louis County's specialized domestic violence court. LB received a master's degree in public administration from the Program on Gender-Based Violence at the University of Colorado Denver as well as a master's degree in clinical social work and a bachelor's degree in history from Washington University in St. Louis. She has advanced training in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health and mindfulness-based interventions. Her current research focuses on campus gender-based violence prevention and advocacy programs and organizational and community interventions to foster compassion satisfaction and reduce burnout. She serves on the advisory board of the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA). She is a founding leadership council member and professional standards chair of the Campus Advocates & Prevention Professionals Association (CAPPA). She's on Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurenlbklein), and you can follow her on Twitter @LB_Klein.