The support service is run by a team of six highly trained specialist advisors and an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) who work solely with survivors. We have female and male advisors, and members of the team who identify as BAME and LGBTQ+. We will do our best to ensure that you can see someone you feel comfortable talking to.
Meet the team:
Caroline - Caroline works in the Equality and Diversity Unit and coordinates the Harassment Advisory Service.
Daisy - Daisy is an equality, diversity and inclusion practitioner; and is a former civil rights lawyer, and career counsellor.
Beki - Beki is the Service’s Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA), seconded from OSARCC, and specialises in all aspects of the criminal justice process.
Mia - Mia works in student welfare and is a former nurse and midwife.
Pete - Pete is an award-winning sexual violence support specialist and leads the Support Service. His passion is ensuring that students are listened to and heard, as well as raising awareness of the importance of trauma-informed work and clinical supervision, and working with local agencies to improve provision.
Vivian - Vivian is a Student Information Officer. Vivian is a firm believer that a compassionate, student-led, and person-centred approach is at the heart of supporting students through all aspects of their experience at Oxford. Vivian is a part of the LGBT+ Ally network, and is passionate about making the University an inclusive safe space for all its students.