Kate Rohdenburg, M.S., is the Program Director for WISE (wiseuv.org), where she has worked since 2007. Her work focuses on engaging youth to end gender-based violence, and on building organizations that can sustain social change activism. Kate’s work with youth has been recognized as innovative and instrumental in shaping best practice. She was awarded the 2016 Practitioner of the Year by Prevention Innovations Research Center (PIRC), and has been featured in reports for The Atlantic, Brain Child Magazine, and NPR. Kate is also a lead trainer for Bringing in the Bystander® Prevention Programs, which were developed by PIRC and are now offered exclusively through PIRC’s non-profit spin-off company, Soteria Solutions.