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Allison Frost

Utah State University

Allison Frost is passionate about human behavior, especially opportunities to proactively assess, intervene and manage threats and risk. She considers human connection as one of the greatest tools in creating a safer society and is dedicated to training individuals and teams in a variety of related areas. She has over a decade of experience in behavioral intervention, threat/risk assessment, case management and student support. Allison has extensive experience in providing guidance and resources for individuals going through Title IX processes; university conduct processes; policy interpretation and creation; safety evaluation and threat or risk assessment; and strategic planning after a campus crisis or emergency.

She attended the University of Utah, obtaining a B.S. in Sociology with a Criminology Certificate and began working in the Office of the Dean of Students. Despite early dreams of becoming a Special Agent with the FBI, she quickly developed a commitment to doing the work in an educational setting and enjoys the unique experience of being part of a campus community. In early 2020 she left “the U” to work full-time as a consultant and train other higher education professionals in the field which created an incredible opportunity to meet fantastic folks dedicated to prioritizing safety and well-being.

The draw of campus life kept calling, and the value of doing the work while also consulting felt crucial. Allison is thrilled to have joined Utah State University in 2023, working directly to serve students and the broader campus community across the state of Utah. When not working, she enjoys reading (often by way of Audio books), growing various vegetables, traveling, spending time with family and spoiling her mini schnauzer, Skeeter. She is always up for a little adventure, learning new things and game nights.

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