Survivor Advocacy Services

Our Staff

Senior Coordinator

Rhonda E. Dixon

Meet the Survivor Advocacy Services Senior Coordinator and Advocate: Rhonda E. Dixon

Hello Broncos! My name is Rhonda Dixon (She/Her/Hers) and I am the Survivor Advocacy Services (SAS) Senior Coordinator and Advocate on campus.  My role is to provide confidential and non-judgmental support to anyone impacted by sexual violence including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.  I have eight years of experience working in the field of sexual violence, which includes advocacy with trauma-informed care, sexual assault/domestic violence prevention education, crisis intervention, and bystander intervention education.

Interpersonal relationship violence (sexual violence, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or sexual harassment) can interfere with one's ability to focus on school, work, and their ability to learn. Helping people prevent and eliminate interpersonal violence from their lives and re-establish a sense of security to pursue their academic goals and future endeavors is what I am passionate about.

I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from California State University, Fullerton and I have a Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology from California Baptist University. 

I believe self-care is vital and I love traveling, singing, walking with my two dogs, dancing, spending time with friends, family, and I am also a foodie.

If you or someone you know is being impacted by interpersonal relationship violence, come talk with me! Conversations are confidential and privileged. You may schedule an appointment via:

 Phone: (909) 869-3102

Email: survivoradvocacy@cpp.edu or click the logo below

The Peer Educators

Peer Educator

Maria Pia

Meet our SAS Peer Educator, Maria Pia

"My name is Maria Pia, and I’m a junior Political Science student. I work at SAS because I enjoy educating students and survivors about their rights and providing them with resources. After graduation, I plan to attend law school to become an immigration attorney and advocate for my Latinx community. A fun fact about me is that I own a llama in Peru!"

Emily Nuñez

Meet our SAS Peer Educator, Emily Nuñez

My name is Emily Núñez, and I am a third-year student majoring in Sociology. I have been working towards teaching others the importance of healthy relationships and violence prevention since I was 15 years old, therefore I joined SAS as a peer educator to continue teaching communities how beneficial it is to know how to create safe relationships. In the future, I will become a lawyer and help marginalized communities that are affected by violence.  

Graphic Designer Team

Could be You!

Survivor Advocacy Services is looking for Junior and above level Graphic Designers to join us. If you are looking for an enviorment that will foster your growth, as well as test your Graphic Design skills while still On-Campus, apply today through Handshake!