Caitlin Burke (she/her) is the Director of Prevention at the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence. She grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biomechanical Engineering from Marquette University before pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. In 2018, Caitlin was a finalist for the Cincinnati Duke Energy Children’s Museum Difference Makers Award in the Professional Division for her dedication and impact in making lives better for local children. She is a current Bloomberg American Health Initiative Fellow focusing on the critical public health problem of violence. Through this initiative, Caitlin joins a nationwide network of frontline public health workers dedicated to violence prevention. Caitlin’s mother, whose career included forensic nursing at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, introduced her to the anti-sexual violence field. Her experiences of sharing her mother’s work and leading a peer education group in college solidified her dedication to violence prevention and led to her decade-long career. Caitlin profoundly believes in the power of prevention and reimagining our world. She is an avid baker in her free time and a lifelong learner.