Jill Dunlap, PhD, is Director for Research and Practice at NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. Prior to NASPA, Jill was the Director for the CARE Office at the University of California, Santa Barbara, during which time she served on the Presidential Task Force to End Sexual Violence. She completed her PhD in Political Science and Public Administration and her dissertation work focused on the students impacted by sexual violence on campus. Jill’s research can also be found in several publications, most recently in Contested Issues in Troubled Times: Student Affairs Dialogues on Equity, Civility, and Safety. Jill has consulted with many national organizations, including the National Organization for Victim Assistance, Victims’ Rights Law Center, and the Department of Defense.
Alice Yau, PhD, is an Asian-American police officer for the Chicago Police Department (CPD). As an instructor and mentor, Alice is committed to advocating for underrepresented and marginalized populations within CPD and the greater community. Alice is committed to evidence-based research, curriculum development, and contributing to education. Alice has developed evidence-based law enforcement curriculum and has taught less-than-lethal tactics, use of force, and 4th Amendment rights to city, county, and university police departments for 12 years. Alice teaches police curriculum to reinforce the importance of professionalism, integrity, courage, dedication, and respect while on and off duty. Alice maintains her commitment to service through volunteer roles with the Asian Law Enforcement Association, Lesbian Gay Police Association and Gay Officers Action League of Chicago, CPD Run to Remember and Misericordia.