Elizabeth A. Moschella received a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and a M.A. in Justice Studies from the University of New Hampshire. She is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Prevention Innovations Research Center. Her research focuses on factors that promote resiliency and growth in trauma survivors (including factors that protect against future victimization), bystander action in situations involving interpersonal violence, and intervention for recipients of sexual and dating violence disclosure. She utilizes mixed-method designs in her research (including collecting and analyzing quantitative, qualitative, and longitudinal data) and has expertise in measurement development. She also volunteers as an advocate at HAVEN, the largest crisis center in New Hampshire. Dr. Moschella currently serves as the Board Secretary and Governance Chair and is a founding Board Member.