Our Team

Our Team

Meet Our Team

Dusty (She/Her)

Director of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support      

                       Dr. Dusty Johnstone    

Dr. Dusty Johnstone is the Director of the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support at the University of Windsor. Her primary role is to provide support to members of the campus community who have experienced sexual violence. She is also responsible for coordinating campus-wide sexual assault awareness campaigns, developing training for staff and faculty, and implementing best-practice educational programs for students. Dusty has been a member of the University of Windsor community since 2005.

She completed both her MA and PhD degrees in the Department of Psychology. Dusty taught in Women’s and Gender Studies for five years, overseeing the implementation of the University of Windsor’s nationally recognized Bystander Initiative to End Sexual Assault. Her research on women’s experiences of rape has been recognized by the American Psychological Association, and she has been awarded for her innovative teaching of sexual violence for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.


  • Accessing support
  • Disclosure Training for staff & faculty

Contact Dusty at dustyj@uwindsor.ca

Anne (She/Her)

Sexual Violence Education Specialist

                       Anne Rudzinski

Anne Rudzinski is the Sexual Violence Education Specialist. Her role centres around providing educational experiences about sexual violence, consent, and support at the University of Windsor. Anne is also responsible for the implementation of the Flip the Script™ Program with EAAA at the University of Windsor, and works with Wen Do Women's Self Defence to bring their programming to our campus. Anne runs the Prevent Resist Support podcast in addition to the social media presence for the Prevent Resist Support campaign. Anne is also the Co-chair of the UWindsor PRIDE Committee.

Anne completed her Bachelor’s degrees in Anthropology and Psychology at the University of Windsor, and her Master’s in Community Psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University. She has conducted research on women’s experiences of verbal sexual coercion, and their labelling of those events. Anne has also conducted research on bystander intervention programming, from an intersectional perspective. Anne has taught in the Women & Gender Studies department at the University of Windsor and in Community Studies at St. Clair College.


  • The Sexual Wellness & Consent Committee


  • The Flip the Script™ with EAAA Program
  • Self defence courses


  • Disclosure Training for students
  • The Survivor & Supporter event series
  • The Survivorship zine

Contact Anne at arudzins@uwindsor.ca


Frankie (She/Her)

Coordinator of University of Windsor's Bystander Initiative

                                   Dr. Frances (Frankie) Cachon

Dr. Frances (Frankie) Cachon is a Learning Specialist in the Department of Interdisciplinary and Critical Studies and the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support She serves as Program Coordinator for the University of Windsor's Bystander Initiative, a campus-wide sexual violence prevention program.

Frankie holds a PhD in Sociology with a specialization in Social Justice. Her research interests include the bystander approach as a means of engaging post-secondary communities in the prevention of sexual violence, feminist pedagogies, and youth-led social change.


  • Practical Strategies for Social Change:  Intervening to Prevent Sexual Violence (3500/3501)
  • Practicum in Social Change (4500)
  • The Bringing in the Bystander workshop

Contact Frankie at mfcachon@uwindsor.ca

Salsabel (She/Her)

Course Instructor for the University of Windsor's Bystander Initiative

                                   Dr. Salsabel Almanssori

Dr. Salsabel Almanssori is an Adjunct Professor and SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Faculty of Education. In collaboration with the PRS Team, she regularly teaches 3500/01: Practical Strategies for Social Change: Intervening to Prevent Sexual Assault. She also teaches courses at the Faculty of Education (at both undergraduate and graduate levels), where she recently developed a new course called Teacher Education to Prevent Sexual Violence.

Salsabel holds a PhD in Education Studies. Drawing on her lived experience as a former middle school teacher, Salsabel’s research focuses on sexual violence education in teacher training. She also studies online sexual violence narratives, digital public pedagogies, and participatory methodologies. Her work can be found in peer-reviewed journals such as Gender and Education, Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, and Teaching and Teacher Education, among others. She is co-editing a special issue, called The Girl in the Hijab, to be published journal Girlhood Studies in December 2023. Salsabel was recently awarded a SSHRC Insight Development Grant to investigate the intersections between extremist masculinity and technology-facilitated sexual violence online and in schools.


  • Practical Strategies for Social Change:  Intervening to Prevent Sexual Violence (3500/3501)

Contact Salsabel at Salsabel.Almanssori@uwindsor.ca


Jessica (She/Her)

Sexual Violence Educational Assistant

                                   Jessica Glazewski

Jessica is the Sexual Violence Educational Assistant at the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance and Support. Her role includes providing educational presentations and workshops about consent, sexual violence, and responding to disclosures; campus-wide outreach and event planning; and communications for the Office and the Bystander Initiative. Jessica is also a facilitator for the Flip the Script with EAAA™ program.

Jessica completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Criminology and her Master's in Social Work at the University of Windsor. She has prior experience as a Workshop Facilitator, Teaching Assistant, and Campus Outreach Assistant with the Bystander Initiative. She also was a Research Assistant for the Girls Resist Project with the University of Windsor's Psychology Department.


  • Consent workshops for students
  • Events, communications, & OSVPRS resources
  • Period products and safer sex supplies


  • The Flip the Script with EAAA™ Program


  • Responding to Disclosures Training for students

Contact Jessica at jglaze@uwindsor.ca


Danielle (She/Her)

Administrative Assistant

                                   Danielle Reaume

Danielle Reaume is the Administrative Assistant for the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support.  In this role, she provides support to the various initiatives under P.R.S., including the University of Windsor's Bystander Initiative.

In her 20+ years on campus, Danielle has been involved in delivering feminist programming in the Windsor-Essex area, including the Distinguished Visitors in Women’s Studies Program which brings prominent Canadian feminists to speak at the University of Windsor and in the community, and providing financial accounting support to the documentary film This Is What a Feminist Sounds Like (2012) featuring local social justice activist, Patricia Noonan.

Danielle provides administrative support to the Health Research Centre for the Study of Violence Against Women which brings together faculty and student researchers across disciplines to collaborate on research projects and host events for campus and community around the praxis of research and practice in supporting women experiencing violence.  As a research administrative assistant, she has supported major projects led by Canada Research Chair, Dr. Charlene Senn, a leader in sexual violence resistance education.

In her spare time, Danielle helps run a local animal rescue which brings abandoned and mistreated dogs and cats into loving foster homes while they receive veterinary care and await their perfect forever homes.  She has delivered several educational events and media interviews related to animal rescue and continues to advocate on behalf of those without a voice.


  • Questions about the Bystander Initiative

Resist, Support

  • Questions about the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support

Contact Danielle at dreaume@uwindsor.ca or 519-253-3000 ext. 2061