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Juanita Richey, Director Juanita Richey, Director
Juanita Richey, Director
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Juanita is the Director for CARE where she provides oversight, engagement and strategic direction for power-based personal violence prevention education and advocacy initiatives at Purdue University. She previously worked at the Office of the Dean of Students on the Crisis Team for over 7-years where she provided advocacy and support to identified students of concern, served on the Behavioral Intervention Team and was a member of the Dean On-Call Team. Before coming to Purdue, Juanita was the victim advocate with the Lafayette Police Department through Bauer Family Resources, providing trauma-informed care to individuals impacted by power-based personal violence. She received her bachelor’s degree in legal studies from Grand Valley State University and her Masters in Human Services from Liberty University.

Outside of work, Juanita enjoys spending time with her family and watching sunsets on Lake Michigan. She practices self-care by being creative, whether that’s through music, artwork, photography or writing.

Allison Frazier, Prevention Programming Specialist Allison Frazier, Prevention Programming Specialist
Allison Frazier, Prevention Programming Specialist
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Allison is a Prevention Programming Specialist for CARE. Originally from La Fontaine, IN, Allison moved to West Lafayette to attend Purdue where she received her bachelor's degree in human development and family Studies. Allison discovered her passion for power-based personal violence prevention (PBPV) while working at a local domestic violence shelter as a Purdue student and has been involved with PBPV prevention ever since. Her goal is to develop interactive workshops that focus on engaging the Purdue community in prevention programming. When Allison isn't working, you'll find her hiking with her border collie or volunteering as a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Lafayette.

Amanda Shie, Prevention Programming Specialist Amanda Shie, Prevention Programming Specialist
Amanda Shie, Prevention Programming Specialist
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Amanda is a Prevention Programming Specialist for CARE. Originally from Fort Wayne, IN, she earned her bachelor's in political science and Asian studies at Purdue University. She joined CARE in January 2019 as an Educational Ambassador, aiding in workshop facilitations and developing the program. During her time at Purdue, she gained valuable experience in student organizations and as a Resident Assistant that will aid her in advocating for and educating students. Amanda is eager to apply her passion for PBPV prevention while leveraging inclusive campus collaborations to expand the Educational Ambassador network and community awareness of CARE. Outside of work, Amanda can be found spending time drinking coffee with friends, dancing, or going on new adventures.

Monica Titus, Administrative Assistant Monica Titus, Administrative Assistant
Monica Titus, Administrative Assistant
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Monica has lived her entire life in a small town called Delphi, Indiana. She has served as the Administrative Assistant for CARE since March 2020. She has a degree in business administration. Monica has worked at Purdue for more than 12 years and was awarded the University Residences Professional Staff Exemplary Connection Award in 2019. Monica is a proud Purdue mom. Her warm, friendly demeanor puts others at ease. She is pleased to receive our students, faculty/staff, and other community members as they contact our office to ask a question, schedule an appointment with a confidential advocate, or inquire about prevention education programming. Monica is dedicated to supporting students and serving the Purdue community. For fun, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, family, and friends, especially outdoor activities, shopping, and listening to music.

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