Alexis Kopkowski

Social Science Researcher in Arizona

Alexis has an educational background in public health, applied indigenous health studies (B.S. 2012) and library and information science (M.A. 2014) and is currently a PhD student in American Indian Studies and Public Health (2018). Alexis has worked as a research specialist on a sexual violence prevention grant and has completed two internships; one with the Native American Cancer Partnership and one focusing on community based participatory research. Her research areas of interest include: sexual violence prevention, domestic violence prevention, trauma and resilience, violence policy, violence advocacy, criminal justice reform, program evaluation, health literacy, health information and reference material retrieval, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives health issues..

  • Education
    • Public Health, Applied indigenous health studies B.S.
    • Information Resources & Library Science M.A. 2014