Sexual Misconduct Prevention Program

Our Team

Maggie Campe, Ph.D.

Maggie Campe, Ph.D. is the Sexual Misconduct Prevention Program (SMPP) Director for the University of Minnesota system. Maggie provides strategic, data-driven direction for sexual misconduct prevention work in collaboration with staff and faculty at all five system campuses. Maggie earned her doctorate in Sociology from the University of Kentucky where her research was focused on interpersonal violence, social inequalities, and intersectional research methods. Maggie has been involved  anti-violence work in non-profit, government, academic, and administrative sectors for the past 15 years, and is committed to power-based violence prevention from anti-oppression, trauma-informed, and public health frameworks. Outside of the office, Maggie is up for almost any outdoor adventure with family and friends.

Alicia Leizinger, MPH

Alicia Leizinger, MPH (she/her) is Assistant Director of the Sexual Misconduct Prevention Program at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities where she develops, implements and evaluates strategies to prevent sexual misconduct among students. Alicia earned her Masters of Public Health from the University of Minnesota and has experience in community organizing, advocacy, policy change, research, and public health program management. She is dedicated to creating more equitable systems and communities. In her spare time, Alicia likes to be in the woods hiking or mountain biking and dreams of backpacking across Isle Royale with her daughter once she is old enough to carry her own stuff!