Paige Michel graduated from the University of North Dakota with a B.A. in psychology and a minor in rehabilitation and human services. Upon graduating, she pursued an M.S. in experimental psychology at Western Washington University. During her time at UND, Paige worked in Dr. RaeAnn Anderson’s Sexual Violence Prevention Lab. Then, while at WWU Paige worked in Dr. Brianna Delker’s Theory, Healing, and Research on Interpersonal Violence Exposure Lab. At UCF RESTORES, Paige is mentored by Dr. Amie Newins and is interested in sexual violence research. Specifically, she is interested in further exploring how individuals understand and acknowledge their sexual violence experiences. In her free time, Paige enjoys spending time with her dog, getting coffee, and baking.