The SAFE Office | Interpersonal Misconduct Prevention and Support

 

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Director, Janie Guerrero, MSW

 Janie Guerrero holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas Women's University and a Master of Social Work from the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has worked in the fields of domestic and sexual violence for the past 12 years supporting survivors through her different roles as Residential Mentor, Hotline Advocate, Hospital Accompaniment Advocate, and Bilingual Counselor at The Houston Area Women’s Center and in her current role as Director of SAFE here at Rice, providing supportive services to students and facilitating workshops and trainings in the community. Janie is the staff advisor to Graduate STRIVE and is passionate about discussing social justice issues and violence prevention. She enjoys thrifting, watching re-runs of her favorite shows, running, and spending time with her cats, Leo and Rose, as well as her other fur baby, Georgia, the weenie.

Picture of SAFE Associate Director, Savasia SanguinettiAssociate Director, Savasia Sanguinetti

 Savasia Sanguinetti holds a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Psychology from Purchase College SUNY and is currently pursuing a Master in Social Work. She has worked in non-profit and community work in her hometown of New York City for the last 10 years, supporting school-aged children, their parents, and young adults to navigate the resources available to them. Savasia comes to Rice University with a passion for serving students, cultivating an environment for communal learning, and facilitating educational and fun programs through The Safe Office. She enjoys reading, dancing, and exploring all the great food Houston has to offer! 

 

 

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Resource Navigator, Kalli Foster, MACJ

Kalli Foster holds a Master's in Criminal Justice with a Victimology specialization. She completed a Master's Thesis understanding the victimization of loved ones left after a violent death (homicide, suicide, or accident.) She has worked with people experiencing interpersonal violence since 2006, as a case manager of transitional housing, a social worker at CPS, an on-call advocate for forensic exams, and working at a community college supporting students experiencing Title IX victimizations. Kalli is the staff advisor to Sex Week Educational Awareness Team (SWEAT). She is a Pacific Northwest native who loves everything Al-Anon, Horses, Capoeira, Brené Brown, and Hamilton. She is on a journey raising two young girls challenging everything she thought about relationships and herself. And then there are the two dogs, Mr. Gibbs and Abby.

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Resource Navigator, Nadelyn Smith, BSPH

 Nadelyn Smith received a Bachelors of Science in Public Health and a focus in Sociology. She is in hopes to return to school for a Dual Masters in Public Health and Social Work. She has worked in the field for almost 2 years accompanying and advocating for those effected by domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and child/elderly abuse in the Galveston County Area. She has recently moved to Rice University as a Resource Navigator in the desire to help and teach others about her passion of interpersonal violence awareness for the betterment of not only the University but the students beyond the hedges as well! She enjoys working out, reading, trying new things, and relaxing with her cat Kevin Purlone. 

 

If you would like to speak to someone in the Office but are unsure of who to contact, please feel free to email safesupport@rice.edu.