Now more than ever, our students need us to create a culture of care on our campuses, in our offices, and in our classrooms. With the rise in student needs, Pensacola State College has made strides to increase the resources, services, and training available to students in regards to mental health and wellness services. In addition, we have established a collaborative care network on and off campus to respond to students in need and provide victim services to students dealing with incidents of sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and stalking. This session will discuss the collaborative culture of care created at Pensacola State and will provide participants with ideas to implement on their campuses along with information on utilizing data to create buy-in for initiatives from college administrators.
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Lynsey Listau, Ph.D.
Executive Director Institutional Equity and Student Conduct at Pensacola State College

Lynsey has worked in higher education for over ten years. In her current role she oversees student conduct, case management, relationship violence prevention, Title IX, campus food pantries, mental health services, and equity. Lynsey also has experience working in residence life, fraternity and sorority life, and new student orientation. Lynsey received her doctorate in Educational leadership in 2019 from the University of South Alabama.
Jessica Johnson
Wellness Case Manager at Pensacola State College
Jessica currently serves as the Wellness Case Manager at Pensacola State College. In this role Jessica assists students with needs outside of the classroom by connecting them with on and off campus resources. Jessica also has experience working in relationship violence prevention as well as serving as an AmeriCorps Vista at Pensacola State focused on financial stability and literacy.
Veronica Jennings, MC
Project Coordinator for Relationship Violence Prevention at Pensacola State College

Veronica serves as the Project Coordinator for Relationship Violence prevention at Pensacola State overseeing all aspects of our OVW Campus Grant. In this role Veronica assists students dealing with sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking by connecting them to local community partners. Veronica has a masters in counseling from Troy University.
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