Nora Rohman joined PII as an investigator in 2013. Rohman also has experience working as a death penalty mitigation investigator and has attended the Capital Case Defense Seminar. She has participated annually in specialized training conducting Title IX investigations and has investigated sexual assault allegations on college campuses.
She has particular expertise in the area of sexual assault prevention education. She completed an internship at Peace Over Violence, working on interpersonal violence prevention education, and trained as a Peer Counselor at Concordia University’s 2110 Center for Gender Advocacy, including violence prevention and sex education. She also has extensive experience with education and activism in the LGBTQ community.
Rohman earned her bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies from Concordia University in Montreal. Following this, she pursued a master’s degree in Gender Studies at New York University.