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Kimmie Remis, MSW
Prevention Specialist


This is a headshot of Kimmie | Kimmie (she/her) began her work in sexual violence prevention in college, while doing her social work field placement at Planned Parenthood Mohawk-Hudson. She started her post-collegiate career at Boston Medical Center, New England’s largest safety-net hospital, in the OBGYN & Adolescent Center as a research coordinator. In 2018, Kimmie went to Boston College to complete her master’s in social work. During her master’s program, she held field placements at Project Hope in Roxbury, MA and the Violence Intervention and Prevention Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She also has several publications, and has lectured on providing care to obstetric patients with a history of sexual trauma to the group Medical Students Offering Maternal Support (MOMS) at Harvard Medical School. Before coming to the Partnership, Kimmie was a public health fellow at the Army Public Health Center, collaborating on an initiative to build primary prevention capacity and decrease the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the Army. A fierce advocate for reproductive justice, health equity, and ending violence against sexual and gender minorities, she is honored to be a prevention specialist at the Partnership.