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1929 Plymouth Road Apt. 5016, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, (608) 606-0763, jlfelton@umich.edu


University of Michigan School of Public Health Ann Arbor, Michigan

Master of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education Expected: April 2020

University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, Wisconsin

Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Arts in Gender and Women’s Studies May 2018


University of Michigan – First Year Experience Ann Arbor, Michigan

Program Coordinator August 2018-Present
• Coordinate 155 federally-mandated healthy relationship programs in six weeks reaching 6,000+ students
• Supervise team of 20 employees, lead weekly staff meetings, and plan professional development opportunities
• Create training curriculum and implement 18-hour trainings for groups of 20 - 100 employees
• Assist staff with urgent concerns requiring immediate decisions by developing an emergency protocol, on-call
calendar, and on-site support to ensure community members receive quality programming on time
• Assessed organizational structure and identified issues with diversity and retention of program staff, presented the
findings to partners, and collaborated with partners to expand recruitment, implement inclusive hiring processes,
and improve employee compensation
• Conducted semi-structured interviews with students and stakeholders to identify areas for improvement in
program curriculum, then used research to make the program more accessible, engaging, and trauma-informed

University of Michigan – Injury Prevention Center Ann Arbor, Michigan

Research Assistant September 2018 - August 2019
• Supervised team of five employees in developing a qualitative research project about structural factors influencing
perpetration of intimate partner violence among emerging adults
• Screened patients for co-occurring alcohol misuse and perpetration of intimate partner violence at Hurley Medical
Center Emergency Department in Flint, MI by administering surveys and Timeline Followback assessment
• Enrolled interested patients in technology-assisted therapy and led them in grounding and mindfulness exercise
• Conducted qualitative data analysis of 72 transcribed participant interviews using Dedoose
• Tested randomization and validation of screening and baseline surveys in Qualtrics

University of Wisconsin-Madison - Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment Madison, Wisconsin

Chair May 2017 - May 2018
• Supervised nine employees, led weekly staff meetings, and planned professional development opportunities
• Oversaw interviews, hiring, orientation, training, performance evaluation, discipline, and policy compliance
• Planned and implemented 29-hour staff training, procured additional funding to send staff to annual NASPA
Alcohol, Other Drug, and Violence Prevention Conference
• Administered $86,000 budget according to the policies set forth by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and
within the guidelines of Federal and State regulations, effectively spending 94% of the budget and reaching
6,000+ community members via our programs
• Created an Anti-Oppression Framework to guide future programming, internal processes, and external
partnerships through collaboration with volunteers, staff, and other campus and statewide organizations
• Prepared annual budget proposal for the University’s approval, as well as the annual report, impact reports,
evaluation summary, and inventory reports, assuring that all were submitted according to determined guidelines
• Communicated organization’s position and programs to funders, stakeholders, and community members via
interviews, panel discussions, presentations, and written statements
City of Madison - Community Development Division Madison, Wisconsin
Community Development Intern August 2017-May 2018
• Led 22 high school youth participating in By Youth For Youth (BYFY) in creating a Request for Proposal,
reviewing applications, and allocating $30,500 to 20 + youth-led organizations in Dane County
• Wrote weekly By Youth For Youth (BYFY) committee meeting agendas and scheduled guest speakers
• Practiced consensus-building and conflict resolution strategies with youth before beginning deliberations process
• Cooperated with other agencies including United Way, UW-Extension Dane County, and the Dane County Youth
Commission to plan weekly meetings, advertisement of the RFP, and awards ceremony

Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault Madison, Wisconsin

Prevention Intern January 2017 - May 2017
• Created educational webinar about the history of social justice movements which is a mandatory part of training
for all victim advocates in the state of Wisconsin and will be viewed by 800+ victim advocates within 5 years
• Designed a toolkit for 52 Sexual Assault Service Providers in WI to use during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

University of Wisconsin-Madison - Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment Madison, Wisconsin

Peer Education Coordinator July 2016 - May 2017
• Co-taught Social Work 672: Violence Prevention Through Peer Education to 25 students
• Coordinated 40 student-led violence prevention workshops, serving 600+ students in 10 weeks


City of Madison Fire Department Madison, Wisconsin

Safety Town Educator June 2018 – August 2018
• Served as primary educator for children with emotional, cognitive, and physical disabilities, severe health
conditions or allergies, and others who requested additional support
• Led health education activities related to nutrition and injury prevention (electrical, gun, fire, animal, water,
weather, and transportation, and bike safety) for children 4-6 years of age

Madison Schools and Community Recreation Madison, Wisconsin

Summer Program Leader June – August 2015, 2016
• Planned and implemented developmentally-appropriate programming for a class of 20 students identified as
needing support related to behavior, language acquisition, and/or socioemotional development
• Connected students experiencing poverty, abuse, and/or other risks to appropriate resources and agencies

Dane County Rape Crisis Center Madison, Wisconsin

Helpline Volunteer June 2015 – June 2017
• Completed 45-hour training resulting in the ability to staff the helpline alone during 12-hour shifts
• Provided confidential crisis counseling and support to survivors of sexual violence and human trafficking,
referring to additional resources when appropriate (victim advocates, forensic nurse examiner, etc.)


Digital Illustration, Graphic Design, and Communications – Adobe Suite, Procreate, Hootsuite, and Vertical Response
Society for Advancement of Violence and Injury Research Conference – April 2019
Racial Equity Institute: Groundwater Training - August 2018
Perception Institute: “Implicit Bias and Racial Equity” Training- December 2017
Trauma-Informed Care Summit - November 2017
Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy School: “Anti-Oppression and Aspiring Ally” Training - February 2017
NASPA Violence Prevention and Response Conference - January 2017, 2018
At-Risk Suicide Prevention Training - September 2016

Explore my digital portfolio at https://janiefelton.weebly.com for examples of past work and current projects.