Elizabeth A. Moschella-Smith received a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and a M.A. in Justice Studies from the University of New Hampshire and is currently a Research Scientist at the Prevention Innovations Research Center. She is working on two projects funded by the Office on Violence Against Women to understand how the economic needs of sexual assault survivors impact their recovery and the National Science Foundation to evaluate prevention tools to reduce violence and harassment among marginalized communities. Dr. Moschella-Smith utilizes mixed-method designs in her research, including quantitative, qualitative, and longitudinal data, and has expertise in measurement development. She also volunteers as a victim advocate at HAVEN, the largest crisis center in New Hampshire, beginning in 2018. Dr. Moschella-Smith is a founding Board Member and currently serves as the Board Secretary and Governance Chair.