People

Carmen Juniper NeimekoProject Manager

With over twenty years of professional experience in higher education, I am a research-informed practitioner who focuses on translating and communicating evidence into prosocial change with populations impacted by violence and health disparities. I worked for many years as a prevention program director in college student health with a focus on educational and policy interventions, and most recently worked in a social science research center focused on the impact of implicit bias in the academy. Currently, I support outreach and applied research activities of School of Human Ecology faculty with joint appointments at the Division of Extension and serve as the project manager for the Indigenous Ecowell Initiative.

Carmen Hotvedt, violence prevention specialist with University Health Services, poses April 18, 2007 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Hotvedt is a recipient of a Student Personnel Association award for 2007. ©UW-Madison University Communications 608/262-0067 Photo by: Aaron Mayes Date: 04/07 File#: D200 digital camera frame 1290

Contact

Office: 4170 Nancy Nicholas Hall

Phone: 608-262-2611

Email: Carmen.Juniper.Neimeko@wisc.edu