Our People

As a collaboration between community and academic organizations, the Community Firearm Violence Prevention Network operates on equitable relationships between all members of the network.

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Principal Investigator, University of Michigan Coordinating Center
Principal Investigator, University of Michigan Coordinating Center
Managing Director, University of Michigan Coordinating Center
Program Manager, The HVIP+ Community Model: A Community Violence Prevention Program in a Southern State
Co-Investigator, Incorporation of a Health Equity Approach to Hospital Violence Intervention Programs: The Integration of a Community and Hospital Based Initiatives to Reduce Gun Violence in a Large Metropolitan Area
Co-Investigator, Changing the Narrative on Firearms Violence: A Community Collaborative Intervention
Graduate Student Researcher, Changing the Narrative on Firearms Violence: A Community Collaborative Intervention
Violence Research Manager, A Proposal to Establish the Mississippi Violence Injury Prevention (VIP) Program
Co-Investigator, University of Michigan Coordinating Center
Student Researcher, Changing the Narrative on Firearms Violence: A Community Collaborative Intervention
Co-Investigator, Harmonizing Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Programs with a Novel Medical-Legal Partnership for Equity in the Social and Structural Determinants of Health
Co-Investigator, A Proposal to Establish the Mississippi Violence Injury Prevention (VIP) Program