Shaina Trevino was born in Medford, and graduated from Southern Oregon University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She is currently pursuing an M.S. in Prevention Science at the University of Oregon. She is particularly interested in violence and delinquency prevention, and feels her work at CPAN complements her academic path. She is passionate about research and the process of implementation, and about making sure preventative programs are adequately evaluated in order to be as effective as possible. At 90by30/CPAN, she is part of the evaluation team, assisting with the Stewards of Children longitudinal study and processing community surveys for the regional teams.