Alissa Stoehr

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Born: Alissa Kristine Stoehr, April 26, 1973, Lima, Ohio

To: Douglas and Jenison (Peet) Stoehr

EDUCATION: Bachelor of Liberal Studies from Iowa State University (1997); B.S. in Women’s Studies from Iowa State University (1998); M.S. in Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies (2009); PhD in Higher Education Administration from Iowa State University (2016).

Alissa is currently an Associate Teaching Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies and Sociology and Criminal Justice at Iowa State University.

Her previous employment at Iowa State has included being the Interim Director of the Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity in 2018 and the IRB Administrator in the Office of Responsible Research from 2009-2011.

PRESENTATIONS: Alissa is widely known at Iowa State and across the state of Iowa for her presentations on human trafficking

She has received numerous awards during her time at Iowa State, including twice earning the Multicultural Greek Council Adviser of the Year, Wilbur L. Layton Faculty Recognition Award, YWCA Woman of Achievement, LGBTSS Award for Student Service, Martin Luther King, Jr. Advancing One Community Award, W. Houston Dougharty Ally Award, and the Margaret Sloss Gender Equity Award

Alissa is also involved in many campus organizations, including the NCORE Faculty Professional Development Group and being the university advisor for the Iowa State Network Against Human Trafficking, Alpha Phi Sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Gamma Rho Lambda Sorority, and Lambda Theta Alpha National Sorority, Inc.