Kelli Raker works with students and staff to prevent sexual assault and rape and believes that if every person on campus started with just one act, we will prevent sexual and interpersonal violence. She works with a student-led collaboration with Wellness called One Act, training peer educators and all students how to make a difference to keep their friends safe. She also coordinates Raise the Bar, outreach/education to local bars on alcohol and drug facilitated sexual assault, and collaborates with staff in the Carolina Women's Center, Title IX, and Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Community Involvement on the Delta Advocates program. Kelli has a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from The College of William and Mary in Women’s Studies. Kelli was awarded the University Award for the Advancement of Women and the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault's Campus Impact Award in 2013, and the Orange County Rape Crisis Center's Margaret Barrett Award for Advocacy in 2014.