Rachel A. Stewart, Ed.M. is the director of sexual violence prevention and advocacy. She coordinates the campus Green Dot Team and other prevention and awareness on campus and serves as the main resource for victim-survivors who have been affected by sexual violence, dating violence, or stalking.
Rachel holds a B.A. in Psychology with Honors from the University of Connecticut, and an Ed.M. in Higher Education from Harvard University. She also holds certifications in Green Dot Training, Title IX, and campus-based advocacy. She began her career nearly a decade ago when she was hired to be a sexual violence prevention & consent education peer educator during her first year of college. She has previously helped develop awareness campaigns and prevention programs at colleges and universities in the Northeast.
A Connecticut native, Rachel is extremely excited to return to her home state and to work with Connecticut College students, faculty, and staff to continue to change the conversation and the culture around sexual violence.