Education

Smith College

Northampton, MA
June 2000 - August 2002
Smith College
 
  • Graduated with a Master's in Social Work Degree (MSW).

  • Completed a thesis entitled "Coping Techniques and Strategies for Therapist Burnout".

  • Established a cultural sensitivity training at an internship that focused on institutional racism, white privilege, prejudice reduction, and conflict resolution.

  • Designed a community resource workshop for the Latino population of Greater Boston addressing legal, financial, citizenship, educational, and other issues.

If you're not familiar with Smith College, it has an excellent reputation for clinical social work. It's also part of the Seven Sisters College. The New World Encyclopedia defines the consortium as seven highly prestigious historically women's private liberal arts colleges in the northeastern United States. PrepScholar explains that they are on par with the historically all men's Ivy League institutions. 

Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY
August 1996 - May 2000
 
  • Earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology (BA).

  • Graduated with a 3.9 GPA.

  • Selected as Senior Class Marshall (similar to valedictorian).

  • Completed an undergraduate thesis entitled "Long-Distance Dating Relationships in First Year College Women".

  • Gave a commencement speech to approximately 5000 students and family members.

  • Outstanding Psychology Student of the Year (article available below).

  • Member of the Honor's Program.

  • Elected to Dean's List all four years.

  • Recipient of a $1475 research grant.

Community Colleges Attended

 
  • Intro to Business

  • Macroeconomics

  • Microeconomics

  • Principles of Investments

  • Environmental Geology

  • Human Geography

  • General Physics

  • Human Growth & Development