Student Intervention Services (SIS)
3611 Locust Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Student Intervention Services Team
Lauren Rudick is a native of the Philadelphia area. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English writing at the University of Pittsburgh and her master’s degree in higher education at Penn’s Graduate School of Education. She started doing crisis intervention work as a volunteer at a community crisis agency serving victims of relationship abuse and sexual violence. Lauren joined Student Intervention Services after completing her degree at Penn GSE in 2011 and became the director of the office in 2019. She is an Anti-Violence Advocate, a Wellness Partner, and a Safe Space ally. Before coming to Penn, Lauren began her career as a newspaper copy editor and designer.
Amber was born and raised in West Philadelphia. Amber earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology, her master’s degree in Public Health, and her certification in Healthcare Management from West Chester University of PA. Amber joined Student Intervention Services in 2020. Before coming to Penn, Amber began her career in Behavioral Health including substance abuse. Amber enjoys hiking and meditation.
A Pennsylvania native, Lindsay grew up in northeastern Pennsylvania until moving to the Philadelphia area for college. Lindsay earned her bachelor’s degree in Media and Communication Studies and Applied Ethics from Ursinus College and her master’s degree in higher education from Penn’s Graduate School of Education (GSE). She is currently pursuing her doctorate in education from GSE. Lindsay has been with Student Intervention Services since 2014 and is an Anti-Violence Advocate, a Wellness Partner, and a Safe Space ally. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband, CJ, and her dog, Coco.