Hannah Jayne, M. Ed, joined the RSVP team in January of 2019 following student request for enhanced prevention efforts for underserved populations on WashU’s campus. In her primary role, Hannah Jayne oversees the implementation of the nationally-recognized Bystander Intervention Training program, Green Dot, in addition to supporting graduate student engagement, students with disabilities and student veterans around topics of relationship and sexual violence. Additionally, Hannah supports prevention programs including Stand By Me and advises students groups including Title Mine and LIVE Sport. Hannah is available to provide trainings on the intersections of violence, power & control, and strategies for providing inclusive support to survivors of trauma.
Hannah Jayne’s work in prevention and education began as an undergraduate researcher within the University of Kansas’ Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies department where she discovered a passion for advocacy in higher education. She then attended Marquette University where she received her Victim’s Advocate certification and Master’s in Higher Education Administration and spent several years working in Residential Life where she developed protocol for student staff in response to crisis of relationship and sexual violence.
Hannah Jayne is dedicated to serving students through skills-based facilitations around topics of sexual violence by supporting students learning of empathy, power and privilege, resilience, and collective ownership. She is thrilled to be on staff at the RSVP Center and is most likely to be found at a local garden store, drinking chai lattes or watching a documentary.