Angela M. Borges, Ph.D., is a Practitioner Fellow for Prevention Innovations Research Center (PIRC) and a consultant to Soteria Solutions working on curriculum development and leading violence prevention trainings. Since its inception in 2003, she has been a co-facilitator and lead trainer of new facilitators of the evidence-based and empirically validated sexual and interpersonal violence and harassment prevention program, "Bringing in the Bystander". She has also been involved with adapting the program to meet the needs of new communities and organizations, including non-profit organizations, colleges, and universities both in the U.S. and abroad, as well as the U.S. military. Formerly a domestic violence victim advocate, she also holds a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. In addition to her work at PIRC and Soteria Solutions, she works as a Licensed Psychologist providing integrative social justice oriented psychological services in the Boston area and is involved in the training and supervision of psychologists-in-training. She has also worked as a consultant to non-profit organizations on diversity, equity, and inclusion. She has published a number of research articles in peer-reviewed journals on the topics of sexual assault prevention, innovative domestic violence interventions, the intersection of domestic violence and poverty, the intersection of poverty and mental health, and social justice training for psychologists.