Doctoral students

Tammi Slovinsky

Tammi Slovinsky

B.A., Psychology, Indiana University; M.P.A., James Madison University


  • Sex and gender-based discrimination and harassment
  • Gender-based violence

Since 2013, Tammi has served as assistant director of Sexual Assault, Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking Advocacy Services at VCU’s Wellness Resource Center. She has been an anti-violence educator and advocate for more than 20 years. At VCU, she leads a team of professionals in delivering educational programming and advocacy services for student survivors of violence. She also serves as VCU’s project director on a U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women and co-chairs the VCU Sexual Assault Response Team in collaboration with VCU Police Department. She received a Bachelor of Arts in psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Master of Public Administration at James Madison University. Tammi is a native Pennsylvanian and enjoys performing music, walking outdoors, reading science fiction and spending time with her partner, daughters, and Jacob, her toy poodle.