I am a very patient, comprehensive, and well-informed educator. I have ample experience preparing lessons and have a very wide swath of knowledge in the social sciences. I tailor lessons to students' needs, learning styles, and goals. I incorporate various mediums, activities, and sources to help you stay engaged and informed. I also love helping you understand and complete particular assignments and excel in academic writing.
I am a MSW (Master in Social Work) student, I majored in Anthropology (primarily cultural and linguistic) with a passion for history, cultural studies, sociology, gender & feminism as well. I have had nearly 6 years of education, teaching & tutoring experience and would love to use my knowledge and skills to benefit you in your studies!
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Master of Social Work Expected May 2019
Silberman School Of Social Work at Hunter College New York, NY
• Clinical method: Mental Health and Health Field of Practice Specialization
Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology May 2009
American University Washington, D.C.
• Dean’s List (2008-2009); Minor in Education
• Presented paper, “The Theoretical and Practical Implications of Critical Pedagogy: Transformation, Student Organizing, and Community Change” at Robyn Rafferty Matthias Student Research Conference (April 2009)
Social Work Experience
Social Work Intern Sept. 2017-May 2018
Bailey House New York, NY
• Perform individual biopsychosocial assessments, develop treatment plans with Medicaid clients experiencing chronic illnesses and severe and persistent mental illnesses
• Engage a caseload of 14 clients concerning goal-setting, care coordination, advocacy, resource referral, and adult daily living skills
Trevorspace Community Coordinator/Manager Jan. 2015-Aug. 2017
The Trevor Project New York, NY
• Managed a peer support website for LGBTQ+ youth, maintained a safe(r) space for community building, filed child abuse reports, arranged welfare checks via local police
• Provided clinical interventions, including counseling and referrals, for youth in distress
Fundraising & Communications Associate Sept. 2013-Oct. 2014
Brooklyn Workforce Innovations New York, NY
• Raised $130,000 as primary grant proposal author and an additional $2,650,250 with co-authors; managed social media platforms and several organizational efforts
• Reported grants, grant prospected, maintained funding databases, processed incoming funds
Hotline Operator June 2012-Aug. 2013 National Abortion Federation Washington, D.C.
• Provided ﬁnancial assistance, unbiased medical information, emotional and options counseling to pregnant callers; advocated on behalf of patients to case managers and clinics
SafeHelpline Staffer & Supervisor Jan. 2011-Aug. 2013
Rape, Abuse, And Incest National Network Washington, D.C.
• Counseled callers in crisis via phone and online hotlines, offered brainstorming and solution-oriented counseling for civilian and military sexual assault survivors
Workshop Facilitator June 2018 – August 2018
Henry Street Settlement Brooklyn, NY
• Created and facilitated lesson plans, workshops, and activities for three project-based learning cohorts, with a total of over ninety 14 and 15 year old participants
After School Group Leader Sept. 2014-Jan. 2015
Good Shepherd Services Brooklyn, NY
• Facilitated after school programming for Madiba Preparatory Middle School, implemented behavior management plans, created lesson plans, and counseled students
Literacy Tutor Nov. 2010-May 2012
The Literacy Lab Washington, D.C.
• Tutored elementary school children, created and implemented lesson plans in reading comprehension, phonetics, grammar, and spelling
• Helped students raise reading levels and built rapport with students, parents and guardians
Graduate Assistant June 2009-Aug. 2009
P.O.W.E.R. Program Washington, DC.
• Developed curriculum for a pilot academic social justice summer program, facilitated activities and classes for rising seventh graders, led two week-long academic, interactive units on student activism
Volunteer and Leadership Experience
Doula and Founding Collective Member July 2011-May 2013
DC Doulas for Choice Collective Washington, D.C.
• Emotionally and physically supported patients seeking abortions, coordinated training, and fundraising efforts
Clinic Escort Aug. 2010-2013
Washington Area Clinic Defense Task Force Washington, D.C.
• Accompanied patients, physically protected them from protesters, offered compassionate assistance and information to ensure safe access to a Planned Parenthood clinic
Teaching Assistant January 2007-2008
One Common Unity Washington, D.C.
• Facilitated classes and activities and wrote social justice-focused lesson plans
• Mentored high school students in Alternatives to Violence class at a public high school
• Military Sexual Trauma & Reporting Sexual Violence in the Military: Lindsy Gundrum, RAINN, 2010
• Birth Control and STD Prevention: Jessica Laigle, National Abortion Federation, 2012
• Neurobiology of Trauma: Dr. Jim Hopper, 2012
• Domestic Violence Counseling: House of Ruth, 2013
• Regenerating Resilience & Coping with Vicarious Trauma: The Trevor Project, 2016
• Historical and Intergenerational Trauma: Rachelle Krammer PhD, LCSW, 2017
• Trauma-Informed Care in Social Work Environments: Use of Evidenced-Based Treatment: Joan Gillece, PhD, SAMSHA, 2017
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