NDSU Women and Gender Studies Allies
Ashley Baggett is an assistant professor of history at NDSU and received her doctorate from Louisiana State University. She offers classes, such as Women in American History and the History of Race in the United States. Her research involves women and gender in the United States during the 19th century, and her upcoming book Strike Me if You Dare examines intimate partner violence in New Orleans from 1840 to 1900. Consequently, Ashley's activism and passion in WGS largely involves intimate partner and legal reform.
Kelsey Keimig is the Assistant Director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Psychology at Concordia College and a master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration at NDSU. She is currently working on her doctorate in Criminal Justice and enjoys studying interpersonal violence. She loves to camp, kayak, read, and spend time with her cat Susie.