Professional Research Assistant in Violence Prevention
Avery Moje (she/her) is a Professional Research Assistant at the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence. Her research interests are in the development and evaluation of violence prevention programs for youth, reproductive justice, harm reduction, and community-based public health. Previously, Avery worked as a sexual violence prevention educator and a research intern with the Family Safety Net, which aims to support families in Northwest Alaska in practicing safe firearm storage to increase youth safety and reduce firearm injury. Avery holds a Master of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan School of Public Health.