Lee Helmken is a Health Educator in the Office of Health Promotion at the Georgia Institute Technology in Atlanta. She works closely with two Victim-Survivor Advocates to coordinate VOICE, Georgia Tech's sexual violence prevention and response initiative. Lee is responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating sexual violence prevention programming and trainings on campus, as well as leading VOICE strategic planning efforts. She chairs an interdisciplinary committee of faculty, staff, and students called the Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance and advises multiple student groups focused on sexual violence prevention. Prior to her position at Georgia Tech, Lee served as a Coordinator for the Emory Center for Injury Control (ECIC), a CDC-funded injury and violence prevention research aimed at building the field of diverse injury and violence prevention professionals, researchers, and organizations throughout the state of Georgia. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Rochester in Health and Society with minors in Spanish and American Sign Language, and a Master of Public Health degree from Emory University in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education. Lee is a Certified Health Education Specialist and a member of the American College Health Association (ACHA) and involved with the ACHA Campus Safety and Violence Coalition. Lee is a native Vermonter and enjoys spending time in Atlanta’s beautiful parks, playing kickball, finding awesome coffee shops, and travelling to visit family and friends. Lee serves as a Membership Committee Chair for CAPPA.