Liz Croy works for the Center for Health and Safety Culture (CHSC) at Montana State University. Her role is to code surveys. She is passionate about prevention measures and working with youth in the area of public health and education. Having a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership she serves as an assistant principal at the junior high level in the Boise School District. Liz has been working in schools as a teacher and building administrator since 2001. In these roles Liz sees the need for education and accurate information to be shared with young people so they are able to make healthy decisions in their lives and the lives of others. She is excited to help the efforts of this center in any way possible as the benefits this creates for the public are important and vital to progressing in a positive way for all.