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Saed D. Hill, Ph.D.

Assistant Director of Prevention and Masculine Engagement at CARE

Assistant Director of Prevention and Masculine Engagement at CARE

Strengths: Empathy | Individualization | Strategic | Connectedness | Relator

Saed D. Hill is the Assistant Director of Prevention and Masculine Engagement at the Center for Awareness, Response, and Education (CARE) where he develops and implements strategies to improve masculine engagement in the prevention of violence. Saed’s work focuses on leading collaborative efforts at Northwestern in men’s engagement programming and education around healthy masculinity which includes serving as the advisor for the Masculinity, Allyship, Reflection and Solidarity (MARS) peer education group as well as the management, implementation, and curriculum development of the NU Men program each quarter. Saed also serves as a confidential survivor advocate and support for students impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking.

Prior to joining Northwestern in August of 2018, Saed worked for Planned Parenthood Great Plains (PPGP) as the Senior Education and Outreach Coordinator in charge of delivering comprehensive and sex positive sexual health programming to K-12 and college students across Kansas and mid-Missouri. Saed earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) in Spring of 2019. Saed is originally from Queens, NY and spends much of his free time reading up on current events, exploring Chicago’s amazing food scene, and listening to the Aaliyah station on Pandora.