Emma Grasso Levine (she/they) is the Title IX Policy and Program Manager, a survivor- and youth-led project of Advocates for Youth that empowers students to end sexual and dating violence in their schools. She recently graduated from NYU, double-majoring in Social & Cultural Analysis and Dramatic Writing and focusing their thesis on transformative justice and community-based solutions to sexual violence. At NYU, they organized with Students for Sexual Respect (SSR), an organization advocating for survivor-centered policies, reproductive justice, and students’ right to an education free of gender-based violence. As a leader of both SSR and the Governance Council of Minority and Marginalized Students, Emma successfully organized to create survivor-centered policy change, improve Title IX trainings and processes to be inclusive of queer and trans students’ experiences, and provide free menstrual hygiene products to students. She is an organizer, advocate, and writer currently based in Oakland, CA.