M.A., Women and Gender Studies, Arizona State University
B.A., Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Butler University
B.A., Spanish Language Studies, Butler University

Pronouns: she/her

Viviane Linos serves as the assistant director of interpersonal violence prevention and advocacy in Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). In this role, she oversees IU Indianapolis's violence prevention education efforts and confidential advocacy services. Linos utilizes a multidisciplinary approach, bringing in her training on intersectionality, systems of power, health equity, public health, trauma-informed advocacy, and prevention education. She has a particular interest in primary prevention strategies, social norms interventions, as well as the impact of peer education on culture change.

Prior to IU Indianapolis, Linos coordinated prevention efforts at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Arizona State University.