Caitlin Sulley, LMSW, is the Director of Research & Operations at UT Austin’s Steve Hicks School of Social Work’s Institute on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor and a Field Instructor for Social Work students in the Administrative and Policy Practice track. Caitlin directs research and training initiatives focused on multidisciplinary violence response and prevention for community and college populations and trauma-informed practices for survivor engagement. She is the site Principal Investigator for a federally-funded anti-stalking initiative. Her work is published in scholarly journals, and her most recent publication is a book chapter, The Notification for Victims of Assault (NoVA): Innovating Future Practice Through a Change Process, in Sexual Assault Kits and Reforming the Response to Rape, published by Routledge in November 2022. Her approach to research and teaching is informed by her clinical expertise and restorative practices. She served survivors of sexual assault, family violence, and human trafficking in law enforcement and community-based settings. Caitlin is a committed volunteer for SAFE Alliance’s community education efforts.
- The Texas Stalking Project (2024)