Program Manager, Victim Advocate, and Researcher, Violence Prevention & Response, MIT
Kelley Adams is the Assistant Dean and Director of Violence Prevention and Response at MIT. She also serves as one of the advocates. She is passionate about research and evaluation on topics of sexual violence, stalking, harassment, and intimate partner violence. Kelley is particularly interested in issues faced by socially marginalized groups in relation to violence prevention, survivor services provision, and recovery, and how an individual’s social identities interact to inform these experiences. Kelley has a Master of Public Health with a focus in gender-based violence from Boston University and did her undergraduate work at the University of Michigan.