SACI E-Board

Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention (SACI) Team is a registered student organization comprised of undergraduate and graduate students as well as community-member volunteers who are active in the movement against gendered violence. SACI members have been trained to provide advocacy to survivors of sexual violence. Members can be trained to help staff our 24-hour crisis line, 10am – 10pm crisis chat, and safe spaces around campus. The group works with the MSU Center for Survivors to provide support, empathy, and information to survivors of gendered violence. SACI delivers assistance to those who have been traumatized by sexual assault and coordinates programs that focus on awareness and prevention. To find out more information regarding volunteers opportunities please visit our Volunteering page!

SACI’s outreach activities include providing safe spaces for events on and around campus and going to resource fairs to spread the word about the MSU Center for Survivors. SACI is also involved in Take Back the Night, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and MSU It’s On Us Fall and Spring Week of Action.

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Meet the 2019-20 SACI Executive Board!


Hi everyone! My name is Katie and I am a junior at MSU with a double major in Comparative Cultures and Politics and Anthropology with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. I started volunteering with SACI in the spring of 2018 and look forward to working on creating a supportive and inclusive healing environment for survivors at MSU. Outside of SACI, I work for the Prevention, Outreach, and Education Department as a Peer Educator to underclassmen to facilitate discussions about sexual assault, relationship violence, and bystander intervention. Additionally, I have worked with on-campus activist groups such as Reclaim MSU to push for accountability and transparency from the administration. Upon graduating from MSU, I look forward to pursuing a Masters in Gender Studies/Violence to work on addressing social issues that involve sexual violence in particular. In my free time, I like to binge watch the Office, play with my cat, and listen to music. 


Hi! My name is Abi Jurrens. I am a Senior studying a dual major if Criminal Justice and Sociology. In the future, I plan on attending MSU for my Master’s Degree in Law Enforcement Intelligence. After this, I hope to work for a large municipal, state, or federal intelligence unit as an analyst. I am a part of the American Criminal Justice Association and Alpha Kappa Delta Sociology Honors Society , Vice President of the Student Cold Case Unit and the Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honors Society, and am a Research Assistant for the School of Criminal Justice. I love to collect mugs and candles, listen to podcasts, enjoy the outdoors through hiking and camping, and talk nonstop about my cat! I am excited for the future of SACI and all that we can do as a community. Go Green!



My name is Delaney Johnson and I’m a graduate student at Michigan State University. I am currently participating in the Advanced Standing Masters of Social Work clinical track program at MSU. I am passionate about child welfare and the homeless population. I decided to join SACI, because I knew that I would likely come across survivors/ victims in my line of work. I wanted to be knowledgeable about the topic so that I could adequately assist them. I have been a volunteer for SACI since fall of 2017 and I enjoy helping others.



Hello! My name is Dia and I am going to be serving as treasurer for to 2019-2020 SACI E-Board. I am super excited and grateful for my new position. This will be my second year as a member of SACI and my third year as an MSU student. I am currently majoring in Social Work with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. I decided to become a part of SACI because of its close alignment with what I want to do in the future and the fact that this is the type of work that needs to be done. There is a need for survivors to be heard and represented in the community and I am happy to be a part of fulfilling that need. Aside from SACI, I am an anime fanatic (Sailor Moon is my all-time favorite) who loves anything cute and pink. I love to laugh with my friends about silly things, but I also enjoy a good debate about serious issues within society. I would describe myself as a bit weird overall but still a great person to be around. I enjoy bringing people together and seeing smiles on everyone’s faces.



Hi everyone! My name is Allie Remick and I am a Psychology major minoring in both Women’s and Gender Studies and Youth in Society. After graduation I plan on getting my MSW and going into school social work. I joined SACI this spring and am so proud to be a part of this group! Outside of SACI, I will also be working as a SARV Peer Educator for the 2019-2020 school year, and I volunteer for the Read to Succeed program in Lansing. Outside of school and volunteering, I enjoy hammocking, drinking way too much coffee, and trying my best to do my part in saving the environment. 



My name is Jeremy Pardo. I’m a third year PhD candidate in the Plant Biology program. I work on the genetics and evolution of water stress tolerance in the grass family. I hope to use the discoveries I make in my research to improve the climate resilience of crops. I completed SACI training in October of 2018. I joined SACI to give back to the community through direct services to survivors and co-survivors. I am constantly amazed by the warm and supportive SACI community. As community outreach chair I hope to forge connections between SACI and community partners. When not volunteering with SACI or working on my research, I also volunteer with the Graduate Employee Union’s Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct committee. In my free time, I enjoy botanizing, hiking and riding my bicycle.



Hi! My name is Alexis Johnson and I will be serving as Public Relations Chair for the 2019-2020 school year for SACI! I am currently a Junior majoring in Social Work and a minoring in Human Behavior & Social Services. After graduating, I plan to get my Masters in Social Work and become a Licensed Counselor for survivors. This will be my second year with SACI and first year on E-Board. I am very honored to be on E-Board and be in SACI to advocate and start conversations that need to be had. Outside of SACI, I love to hang out with my friends and watch chiropractic videos on YouTube. I am a very sociable/caring person who loves to help people. I am very excited to see what the upcoming school year holds for the future!