Mallory joined the SADD National Staff in 2018 as the Director of Youth Empowerment. In this role, Mallory works to build student leaders across SADD Nation through community engagement, project management, and leadership development. Her favorite part of this role is guiding members of the SADD National Student Leadership Council and College Advisory Council. Mallory is a proud SADD alum with a rich history in prevention and education. She previously served as the Community Relations Coordinator of Ohio SADD, where she acted as the liaison between the state office and hundreds of chapters in the field. Mallory works with high school students in many different roles on a daily basis as a high school math teacher, cross country coach, and mentor. Mallory earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Mathematics Education and Mathematics from Ohio Dominican University and her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration with a focus in Counseling from Wright State University.