Gender Violence Prevention, Education, and Response Coordinator
Tyler Conzone (she/her/hers) joined Health Promotion and Well-Being in May 2022. She works to ensure that students are practicing healthy behaviors within their relationships and provide support in a confidential capacity for students who have experienced gender-based violence. She supervises the Undergraduate Bystander Intervention Training program, provides opportunities for education related to gender-based violence prevention and sexual health, and implements initiatives on campus, such as #ConsentatJHU and other events that connect gender-based violence to other aspects of well-being.
Tyler holds a Master of Public Health from Binghamton University’s Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Binghamton University. Many of her academic interests focused on sexual and reproductive health which sparked her passion for advocating for and empowering students to practice healthy behaviors in their own lives. This translated to Tyler’s work as she worked for various non-profit agencies that provided opportunities to learn more about and access comprehensive reproductive health services to young people and families. When not working, Tyler enjoys reading a good book, trying new coffee shops, and traveling with family and friends!