Jenn Longa

Jenn joined the Dean of Students Office in 2014.  Jenn’s primary responsibilities are to provide support to students who are victims of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and other crimes, connect them with resources, and assist them as they go through university processes. In this role, Jenn acts as a liaison with various campus departments, community agencies, and individuals to provide students with appropriate academic, personal welfare, and psychological resources. Jenn  oversees Protect Our Pack, the University’s bystander intervention program and supervises the Pack Leaders. Jenn has previously served as the Director for Violence Prevention and Advocacy Services, the Director of Civility Education, and a Gender and Women’s Studies instructor at the University of Rhode Island. Jenn has a MA Psychology from Rhode Island College and a BA in Politics from Mount Holyoke College.