PATH to Care Center - Staff Bio

Carol Callens

She/Her/Hers They/Them/Theirs - Confidential Advocate

Bio coming soon.

Khirin CarterKhirin Carter, MA 

she/her/hers - Graduate Prevention Program Manager 

Khirin is a Southern California native, who attended Grambling State University and earned both a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. Khirin received her Master’s Degree in Sociology with an emphasis in educational inequality and criminology from the University of Iowa. As the Graduate Prevention Program Manager, Khirin is responsible for coordinating primary prevention education efforts for graduate and professional students. She works closely with academic departments and other campus partners to implement interventions that promote the health, well-being, and a culture of anti-violence among the campus community.


Natalyn Daniels

She/Her/Hers - OVW Grant Coordinator

Bio coming soon.


Joy EvansJoy Evans, MSW

she/her/hers - Interim PATH to Care Center Co-Director and Assistant Director for Survivor Support Services

Joy leads the survivor support team, focusing on creative and integrative methodologies for trauma-informed response and holistic healing. She brings over 18 years of experience working in higher education in various leadership roles that have focused on gender equity and inclusion. She holds a BA from Vanderbilt University where she designed her major, Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Gender. She also holds an MSW from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with a focus on policy, evaluation, and community organizing, which has grounded her work in social change theory and community empowerment.


Sarah GambleSarah Gamble, Ph.D. 

she/her/hers - Interim PATH to Care Center Co-Director and Assistant Director for Prevention

Sarah leads the prevention team in shifting Cal's culture to one of respect and consent. She holds a Ph.D. in Queer Theory and an M.Sc. in Writing and Cultural Politics from Edinburgh University, and a B.A. cum laude in Politics and English from Mount Holyoke College. Sarah lives in Oakland with her partner and son, and spends her free time finding new bike routes around her city and reading The New Yorker.


Jenny Harris

She/Her/Hers - Project/Policy Analyst

Bio coming soon.


Kiara Lee Kiara Lee M.S.W.

she/they - Confidential Advocate

Kiara is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and graduated with her Masters in Social Work from North Carolina State University. Kiara has been an advocate for survivors of sexual violence for over 10 years. She is a Certified Reiki Practitioner and is passionate about helping others find healing modalities that work for them.  


Monique Thomas

She/Her/Hers - Confidential Advocate

Bio coming soon.


Liat Wexler

They/Them/Theirs - Prevention Manager, Faculty & Staff

Bio coming soon.


Elizabeth WilmerdingElizabeth Wilmerding, MSW

she/her/hers - Undergraduate Prevention Program Manager

Elizabeth has a background in the prevention of sexual and relationship violence in both campus and community settings, and strives to bring a lens of social justice and community accountability to her work. Elizabeth is particularly interested in preventing harm in the LGBTQ communities and addressing the intersections of violence. Elizabeth started at the PATH to Care Center in 2016; previously, she most recently worked at the Contra Costa Family Justice Center and at the Contra Costa Crisis Center. Elizabeth has a BA from Montana State University and an MSW from UC Berkeley, during which time she was a Campus Fellow at Futures Without Violence. Her hobbies include reading, spending time with animals, hiking, and connecting with friends and family. She lives in Oakland, CA.