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The SE & SW IVP Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students from diverse academic, professional, and demographic backgrounds to receive team mentoring from IVP professionals and gain hands-on experience in developing programmatic activities and content. Past Fellows have an opportunity to continue in a Senior Fellowship post-graduation. The Senior Fellowship provides an early-career professional with the opportunity to develop a suite of products in their area of interest. The Senior Fellowship is contingent on available funds. Each Fellow is awarded a stipend.

The first cohort of Fellows ran from January 2020 to August 2020. Fellows completed projects that examined regional ACEs prevention and resiliency programs, and national youth suicide prevention efforts. Our current Fellow cohort will run from August 2020 to July 2021. Learn more about the IVP Fellowship Program here.

Current Fellows

Shawnee Arciniega, Fellow
Bachelor’s Student, New Mexico State University

Jasmine Moore, Fellow
Master’s Student, Agnes Scott College

Rachel Kappel, Senior Fellow
Senior Research Analyst, NORC

Past Fellows

Rachel Kappel, Fellow
Master’s Student, Emory University

Dawn Porter, Fellow
Master’s Student, University of Central Arkansas


2021 Mentors

Brittany Wilson
Southern Plains Tribal Health Board

Jane Miller
NC Injury and Violence Prevention Branch

Natalie Wilkins
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ina Robinson
Safe States Alliance

2020 Mentors

Chinyere Nwuamo
Georgia Department of Public Health

Jane Herwehe
Louisiana Department of Health

Terry Love
Tennessee Department of Health