Olivia Almon is a third year undergraduate student in the Honors College at UCLA, majoring in Sociology and double minoring in Public Health and Environmental Systems and Society. She is a Research Assistant for Dr. Jennifer Wagman in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the Fielding School of Public Health, where she works primarily on conducting research for the “UC Speaks Up” study, coordinating the Global Campus Violence Prevention Student Advisory Board, and assisting Dr. Wagman’s various violence prevention projects. She has a passion for social activism and spreading awareness about sexual violence, particularly in how the two intersect with both individuals’ identities and the broader social structures of society. These passions led her to a leadership role in the Student Activist Project at UCLA and a goal to volunteer at domestic violence organizations for the rest of her time residing in the Los Angeles area. After graduation, she aims to receive a Master of Public Health and pursue a career in violence prevention and intervention work, utilizing an intersectional and abolitionist lens to actualize alternative solutions to public health issues.