Emily Pualwan is the CEO & Executive Director for HazingPrevention.Org, a national nonprofit organization with a focus on hazing prevention education, awareness, advocacy and engagement. She has been with the organization for four years.
Prior to joining HazingPrevention.Org, Pualwan worked for 16 years for the American Cancer Society including roles as their National Publisher, and Vice President of their Advocacy sister organization, ACS CAN, in Washington, DC.
Her career over the past 25 years includes focus in these behavior change/culture change/prevention areas: HazingPrevention.Org (hazing prevention/awareness/advocacy/education), Australian Bullying Centre (anti-bullying advocacy/awareness), American Cancer Society (cancer prevention/smoking cessation/advocacy/education) and National Families in Action (substance abuse awareness/intervention), as well as roles in publishing companies in the UK and the US. She holds a B.A in philosophy and logic from Bates College and studied analytic philosophy and the logic of language at the University of Oxford.
Pualwan has edited and published over 20 books and articles over the course of her career. She has appeared on the Today Show, NBC Nightly News, served as subject matter lead for BBC World Service documentary, ABC News Radio, and in print media.