Travis Sky Ingersoll, PH.D., MSW, M.ED. - Social Work & Sexual Health Education/Consulting/Research
 EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy in Human Sexuality
Widener University, Chester PA, December 2011
 
Master of Education in Human Sexuality
Widener University, Chester PA, May 2009
 
Master of Social Work
Widener University, Chester PA, May 2009

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
State University of New York College at Buffalo, May 2001
 
International Student Exchange
University of New South Wales, Newcastle, Australia, August – December, 2001
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Tenured Associate Professor
Center for Undergraduate Social Work, West Chester University, West Chester,
Pennsylvania – August 2011 to present

  • Accountable for facilitating eclectic, interactive and experiential lesson plans for up to 4 classes of undergraduate students each semester. 
  • Courses taught to date include: Senior Seminar, Human Behavior in the Social Environment II, Race Relations, Social Welfare and Social Policy, Family Systems, & Sexuality Concepts for Social Workers
  • Ongoing collaboration with multiple academic departments for the creation of an interdisciplinary undergraduate sexuality minor
  • Assessment Coordinator 
  • Adviser for Phi Alpha Honor Society in Social Work

Adjunct Professor
Center for Human Sexuality Studies, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania - January 2017 to present

  • Responsible for teaching the class "Methods in Sexuality Education" to 18 graduate students
  • Assignments in this course include: Creating a Professional Biography Statement, Conducting a Needs Assessment, Creating Sexual Education Lesson Plans, Collaborating on a Teaching Demonstration, and Administering Classroom/Field Observations 

Center for Human Sexuality Studies, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania – January 2016 to June 2016

  • Coordinated international teaching opportunity in Chongqing, China for 6 graduate Social Work and Human Sexuality students
  • Designed pre-departure lesson plans aimed at increasing cultural competency, critically examining ethnocentrism, and promoting introspection and self-awareness
  • Conducted interactive pre-departure meetings with students and faculty 
  • Designed, collected, and disseminated practical and useful resources for the trip
  • Provided active and involved chaperoning of students throughout their visit to China

Center for Social Work Education, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania – August 2014 to December 2014

  • Responsible for designing, updating and facilitating an interactive undergraduate course titled Social Work 270: Concepts of Human Sexuality
  • Integrated co-authored textbook titled Sexuality Concepts for Social Workers into class lesson plans, readings and assignments.

Center for Social Work Education, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania – August 2013 to December 2013

  • Responsible for designing, updating and facilitating an interactive undergraduate course titled Social Work 270: Concepts of Human Sexuality

Center for Social Work Education, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania – January 2011 to May 2011

  • Responsible for designing and facilitating an interactive undergraduate course titled Social Work 270: Concepts of Human Sexuality
  • Responsible for co-facilitating an interactive undergraduate course titled Social Work 490: Research Methods

Chief Executive Officer/Owner
Helping Hands Books, LLC, Folcroft, Pennsylvania – September 2009 to present

  • In charge of operations of a social venture dedicated to raising funds for local youth development agencies through the sales of recycled media
  • Over $8,000 in cash raised for various youth-serving non-profit organizations (and counting)

Program Evaluator
Chester Comprehensive Assessment & Treatment Services, Social Work Counseling Services, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania – May 2010 to July 2012

  • Performed on-site program evaluations
  • Conducted individual and focus group interviews
  • Responsible for quantitative and qualitative data analyses
  • Provided written process and outcome evaluations; including feedback and suggestions for improvement

Chester Upland School District Century 21 After-School Programs, Center for Social Work Education, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania – January 2009 to August 2010

  • Performed on-site evaluations of after-school and summer programs in the city of Chester, PA
  • Conducted focus group interviews with after-school and summer program participants
  • Provided written process evaluations; including feedback and suggestions for improvement

Graduate Assistant
Center for Social Work Education, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania – September 2007 to present

  • Assisted the Center for Social Work Education in organizing and implementing various departmental events including: Diversity Day, Take Back the Night, MSW Student Orientation, Chester Children’s Art Fair, Graduation Day, and Social Work Licensure seminars.
  • Aided department professors in their research projects
  • Provided classroom audio/video technical assistance when needed
  • Promoted the department through campus tours and interviews with prospective students and their families
  • Served as a member of various committees and student organizations including: Academic Affairs Committee, Student Service Committee, and the Masters of Social Work Student Organization
 
Social Work Intern
Social Work Counseling Services (2 Year MSW/M.Ed. Placement), Chester, Pennsylvania – September 2008 to August 2009

  • Provided clinical sexuality and education services to individuals and families
  • Designed and implemented a psycho-sexual education program to 8 grade students at Smedley Middle School in Chester, PA
  • Co-facilitated agency service presentations for The Office for Employment and Training in Chester, PA
 
Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County (1st MSW Placement), Media, Pennsylvania – September 2007 to May 2008

  • Provided ongoing therapeutic counseling for victims of domestic violence
  • Conducted “options counseling” education and intakes for DAP clients
  • Co-facilitated group therapy sessions
  • Assisted in answering “Hot-Line” calls

Program Manager
Rehabilitation Support Services, Inc., Albany, New York October 2004 to June 2005    

  • Accountable for the complete operations of a 14 bed, Congregate Care Level II facility; providing service to geriatric mental health and MRDD consumers
  • Responsible for recruitment, training, supervision, and administrative discipline for a staff of  5 full-time employees
  • Acted as a representative payee for residents; providing assistance with various financial obligations, while working closely with representatives from the Department of Social Services and the Social Security Administration
  • Responsible for submitting monthly Medicaid billable paperwork
  • Arranged for, and accompanied residents on their psychological and medical appointments; providing advocacy when needed  

Supportive Housing Coordinator
Central New York Services Inc., Syracuse, New York October2003 to September 2004

  • Provided monthly in-home counseling sessions for a caseload of 35+ clients
  • Educated clients regarding their rights as a tenant, and acted as an advocate when those rights were violated
  • Assisted mentally ill/chemically addicted individuals achieve and maintain independent housing, while providing ongoing support and case management
  • Acted as a referral source and researcher for the educational, vocational and legal needs of clients
  • Engendered changes in admission requirements to lessen system abuse. Revised and created various forms to improve the efficiency of the Supportive Housing Program
  • Participated in Mental Health Housing Initiative Team meetings

Lecturer/Research Coordinator
Dalian Medical University, Dalian, People’s Republic of China – September 2002 to July 2003

  • Designed and administered listening, speaking, and reading comprehension lessons for classes of 30-100 students for first year, third year, and fourth year students, as well as providing training for a Dalian Medical University faculty class
  • Initiated and completed an extensive cross-cultural research project with S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo’s Psychology Department, Sociology Department, and Dalian Medical University’s Institute of Behavioral Science
  • Served as a representative from The State University of New York College at Buffalo to assist in aggrandizing the research relationship between Dalian Medical University and The State University of New York College at Buffalo
  • Assisted in the establishment of an academic exchange program between Dalian Medical University and The State University of New York College at Buffalo

Rehabilitation Practitioner 1
Restoration Society Inc., Buffalo, New York – October 2001 to August 2002

  • Provided weekly counseling sessions for a caseload of 3 clients
  • Promoted and implemented principles of psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery
  • Provided technical assistance for customers; facilitated and promoted customer participation
  • Referred, linked, supported and advocated for/with customers in accessing community resources in L-L-W-S environments
  • Completed customer intakes, updates, files and surveys
  • Provided work readiness, job coaching, and support activities for customers in Transitional Employment Programming
  • Connected Restoration Society Inc. to additional resources from the Food Bank of Western NY
  • Orchestrated and implemented agency-wide activities


OTHER RELATED EXPERIENCE

Scientific Manuscript Reviewer
International Journal of Psychology and Counseling: J. Charlton Publishing – September 2013 to present

  • Responsible for the periodic review and rating of International Journal of Psychology and Counseling: An Open Access Journal

International Social Work: Sage Publishing – November 2010 to present

  • Responsible for the periodic review and rating of International Social Work manuscript submissions
 
Journal of Attention Disorders: Sage Publishing – February 2012 to present

  • Responsible for the periodic review and rating of Journal of Attention Disorders  manuscript submissions

Observation and Support Group Leader
North Atlantic Training Institute for Sexual Health Educators: July 19-23, 2010

  • Assisted participants in developing and delivering their presentations within the context of a safe and supportive environment
  • Provided demonstrations of ice-breaker exercises, interactive teaching methodologies and positive/constructive feedback techniques
 
Volunteer
College for Education and Social Work - Preview Day: West Chester University’s SYKES Ballroom – October 29th, 2016

  • With the help of two senior social work students, provided answers and advice for potential students and their parents regarding the expectations, curriculum ladder and Social Work career options

College for Business and Public Affairs - Preview Day: West Chester University’s SYKES Ballroom – October 24th, 2015

  • With the help of two senior social work students, provided answers and advice for potential students and their parents regarding the expectations, curriculum ladder and Social Work career options

College for Business and Public Affairs - Preview Day: West Chester University’s SYKES Ballroom – September 20, 2014

  • Provided answers and advice for potential students and their parents regarding the expectations, curriculum ladder and Social Work career options
 
West Chester University Alternative Spring Break Service Trip: Seeds on Diamond Street (a collaboration between the office of Service Learning & Volunteer Programs, the Latin America and Latino Studies Minor, and the Undergraduate Social Work Department) – March 15-21, 2014

  • Provided transportation for participating students to and from location of Alternative Spring Break destination on Diamond Street in Philadelphia, PA.
  • Assisted in grocery shopping and transporting students to volunteer locations throughout Philadelphia
  • Volunteered with students to clean up and repair local Urban Garden park
  • Organized a guest speaker, Elicia Gonzales (Director of GALAEI: A Queer Latin and Social Justice Organization) to talk about the intersection of being “Latina and Queer” in Philadelphia
 
College for Business and Public Affairs – Accepted Student Day: West Chester University – Ruby Jones March 8, 2014

  • Presented an overview of the Social Work Department’s past and present events, and engaged in a question and answer session for accepted students and their parents regarding the expectations, social work curriculum ladder and Social Work career options

Undergraduate Social Work Department Junior Field Orientation: WCUPA Graduate Business Center – January 28, 2014

  • Provided an hour-long presentation to students titled “Tips For Making The Most Out Of Your Internship Experience”

College for Business and Public Affairs - Preview Day: West Chester University’s SYKES Ballroom – September 23, 2013

  • Provided answers and advice for potential students and their parents regarding the expectations, curriculum ladder and Social Work career options
 
Take Back the Night Event: Widener University – April 15, 2009 & March 31, 2010

  • Assisted with the set up and take down of event materials
  • Provided audio/video technical support
 
Take Back the Night Event: Widener University – April 16, 2008

  • Created and conducted a one-hour workshop titled: “Men and Violence”

Take Back the Night Event: Widener University – April 14, 2007

  • Created and conducted a two-hour workshop on “Relationship Violence”

Widener University Diversity Celebration: Talking Papers Workshop – February 03?, 2007

  • Facilitated “Talking Papers” break-out group process and discussions

Philadelphia Trans-health Conference – March 2-3, 2006 & March 2-3, 2007

  • Greeted and registered presenters, participants and guests
  • Provided assistance to conference presenters
  • Handed out programs and directed participants to presentation locations
         
Widener University Diversity Celebration: Men Can Stop Rape Presentation – February 02, 2006

  • Co-facilitator for post-presentation break-out groups
  • Greeted incoming participants and handed out break-out group room assignments
  • Assisted in break-out room set-up
          
Town Shop Youth Center, Camillus, New York – 1994 to present

  • Service as a chaperon to numerous youth oriented field trips
  • Provided emergency coverage for youth center directors
  • Offered counseling/mentoring to Town Shop participants
   
Intern
Roswell Park Cancer Institute/Psychology Department, Buffalo, New York – February 2001 to June 2001

  • Assisted in a 20 year longitudinal study concerning long-term survivors of Pediatric Cancer
  • Responsible for trouble-shooting, data cleaning and entry into Excel and SPSS
  • Created user-friendly answer keys to assist co-workers with the project
 
Teacher’s Assistant
S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo, Department of Psychology, Buffalo, New York, January 1999-May 1999

  • Assisted in facilitating a statistics class for undergraduate students
  • Conducted pre-exam review classes, offered tutoring hours, and proctored exams

Psychology Tutor
E.O.P./Academic Resource Center, Buffalo, New York, August 1998-December 2000

  • Provided instruction in numerous psychology courses
  • Developed students’ study skills and helped prepare for exams
  • Assisted in the campus-wide promotion of the Academic Resource Center
 
PUBLICATIONS
Ingersoll, T. (2017).  Intimate Relationships. In Healthy Ageing and Aged Care by Bernoth, M., & Winler, D. (Eds), 117-134. South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780195597585

Ingersoll, T. S., & Satterly, B. (2015). Sexuality Concepts for Social Workers. San Francisco, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing. ISBN: 9781634870092
 
Ingersoll, T., Poulin, J., Deng, R., Xu, S., Witt, H., & Swain, M. (2012).  Fear of intimacy with helping professionals scale: Reliability and validity of English and Mandarin versions.  Journal of Evidence Based Social Work, 9(4), 317-332.
 
Ingersoll, T.S., & Li, Bin (2012, February).  Utilizing social workers to meet China’s growing sexual education and counseling needs. China Health Monthly, 2(31), ISSN 1005-0515, CN 21-1302/R, p. 222-223.
 
Marsh, L. E., Norvilitis, J., Ingersoll, T. S., & Li, Bin (2012).  ADHD symptomatology, fear of intimacy, and sexual anxiety and behavior among college students in China and the United States. Journal of Attention Disorders, 19(3), 211-221.
 
Poulin, J., Swain, M., Witt, H., Ingersoll, T., & Deng, R. (2012).  Perceived family and friend support and the psychological well-being of American and Chinese elderly persons. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 27, 305-317.
 
Witt, H., Poulin, J., Ingersoll, T., & Deng, R. (2011). Older Chinese adults’ fear of intimacy with helping professionals. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 26(1), 71-83. Also published in Chinese in Social Sciences in Guizhou (in press).
 
Poulin, J., Swain, M., Ingersoll, T., Witt, H. & Xu, S. (2011).  Service-learning in China.  In Civic Engagement and Service Learning by Ledoux, M., Wilhite, S., & Silver, P. (Eds). Hauppauge, NY:  Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
 
Poulin, J., Ingersoll, T. & Silver, P. (2011).  Civic engagement and social work education.  In Civic Engagement and Service Learning by Ledoux, M., Wilhite, S., & Silver, P. (Eds). Hauppauge, NY:  Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
 
Deng, R., Witt, H., Poulin, J., Ingersoll, T., Swain, M., & Xu, S. (2010).  Comparison of attitude in social services to Chinese older adults and American older adults, Journal of ChongQing University (Social Science Edition), 16(3), 117-124.
 
Ingersoll, T. S., Norvilitis, J. M., Zhang, J., & Shuhua, J. (2008).  Reliability and validity of the Fear of Intimacy Scale in China. Journal of Personality Assessment, 90(3), 270-279.
 
Norvilitis, J. M., Ingersoll, T. S., Zhang, J., & Shuhua, J. (2008).  Self-reported symptoms of ADHD among college students in China and the United States. Journal of Attention Disorders, 11, 558-567.
 
Zhang, J., Norvilitis, J. M., & Ingersoll, T. S. (2007).  Idiocentrism, allocentrism, psychological well being and suicidal ideation: A cross cultural study. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 55(2), 131-144.
 
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Ingersoll, T.S. (2016, March). Teaching the taboo: Innovative lesson plans on race relations and human sexuality. Oral presentation/workshop at the 2016 BPD (Association of Baccalaureate Program Directors) Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas.
 
Ingersoll, T.S. (2014, October). Enhancing the psychological well-being of older adults: Pathways and obstacles. Oral presentation at the 2014 BIT’s Annual World Congress of Geriatrics and Gerontology in Taiyuan, China.
 
Ingersoll, T.S., & Satterly, B. (2013, November). Getting men involved in intimate partner violence work:  Pathways and challenges. “Hot Topic” oral presentation at the 2013 CSWE (Council on Social Work Education) Annual Program Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
 
Ingersoll, T.S. (2013, November). Income focused non-profits and social ventures: Capitalistic means toward social work ideals. Oral presentation/interactive workshop at the 2013 CSWE (Council on Social Work Education) Annual Program Meeting in Washington, D.C.
 
Ingersoll, T.S., Li, B., & Norvilitis, J. (2012, May). The changing sexual landscapes of China: A brief glimpse into China’s sexual past, present and future. Oral presentation at the 2012 Joint Meeting of the Eastern and Midcontinent Regions Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Bloomington, IN.
 
Ingersoll, T.S., Swain, M.A., & Xu, S. (2010, April). Service learning in China: Undergraduate social work education. Poster presentation at the 2010 Graduate Student Research Symposium of the School of Human Service Professions, Widener University, Chester PA.
 
Swain, M.A., Ingersoll, T.S., Xu, S., & Witt, H. (2009, October). Teaching a Social Work Practice Class in China. Oral presentation given at the 2009 Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities Conference , Philadelphia, PA.
 
Ingersoll, T.S., Witt, H.,  Swain, M., & Xu, S. (2009, October). Validating sexual anxiety and body image scales in China. Poster presentation at the 2009 Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
 
Swain, M., Ingersoll, T.S., Sutton, C., & Wyatt, J. (2009, October). The Chester Children’s Art Fair. Poster presentation at the 2009 Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
 
Ingersoll, T.S., Norvilitis, J.M., & Zhang, J. (2008, November). Reliability and validity of the Fear of Intimacy Scale in China. Oral presentation of study’s findings at the 2008 annual meeting of The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
 
Ingersoll, T.S., Norvilitis, J.M., & Zhang, J. (2004, April). Reliability and validity of the
     Fear of Intimacy Scale in China. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
     Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.
 
Ingersoll, T.S. (2001, May). Subject’s scores on personality variables as a result
     of their participation in youth center activities.  Paper presented at the Research
     and Creativity Celebration, S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo.
 
EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS/SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
Chester County’s Single Mothers’ Conference, West Chester, Pennsylvania, April 13, 2013

  • Presented an hour-long interactive skills workshop titled “The Basics of Selling Used Media Online” followed by another hour long workshop titled “Beyond the Basics of Making Money Online” to over 15 single mother attendees and social work students.


AFSCME/Social Work Department Faculty/Staff Collaboration Workshops, West Chester Pennsylvania, March-April 2014

  • Presented an hour-long interactive skills workshop titled “Listing your Items Online” to a group of 15+ WCUPA Staff on 4/16/2014
  • Presented an hour-long interactive skills workshop titled “Setting Up a Pay-Pal Account” for online commerce to a group of 15+ WCUPA Staff on 4/2/2014
  • Presented an hour-long informational workshop titled “Basics of Making Money Online” to a group of 15+ WCUPA Staff on 3/26/2014


West Chester University’s Chapter of the Lambda Alpha Upsilon Fraternity, Inc., West Chester Pennsylvania, October 23, 2013

  • Facilitated an interactive workshop/presentation titled, “Subliminal Messages in the Media… Racist Ads?” to over 20 WCUPA undergraduate students.

 
Empower Physical Therapy Inc., Empowerment Support Group with Roni Cibischino MFT, M.Ed.Downington, Pennsylvania, September 9, 2013

  • Facilitated an hour-long, all-male support group and presentation titled “How to Help When Our Partners Experience Painful Sex”. 


Chester County’s Single Mothers’ Conference, West Chester, Pennsylvania, April 13, 2013

  • Presented an hour long interactive skills workshop titled “The Basics of Selling Used Media Online” to over 20 single mother attendees and social work students.

 
WCUPA Undergraduate Social Work Department Presentation, West Chester, Pennsylvania, March 27, 2013

  • Presented on a two hour long panel discussion titled “Men in Social Work” to an audience of 80+ students, staff and faculty.

 
WCUPA Undergraduate Social Work Department’s Annual Field Instructor’s Appreciation Breakfast, Downingtown, PA, May, 3, 2012

  • Presented a two-hour long lecture/interactive continuing education credit workshop titled “Social Workers as Entrepreneurs” to over 200 students, field instructors and staff.

 
Kendal-Crosslands Communities, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, December 19, 2011

  • Presented an hour long lecture/interactive presentation titled “Assessing the Needs of American and Chinese Older Adults: A Cross-Cultural Examination” to over 250 residents and staff

 
Sexuality and Aging Consortium at Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania, September 23, 2011

  • Co-designed an interactive workshop titled “Is It Time To Go Back Into The Closet? Issue Related to Being an Older Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual Adult Within Retirement Communities/Assisted Living Facilities” at the Sexuality, Intimacy and Aging Conference held at Widener University

 
Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, November 16, 2010

  • Presented a one hour lecture titled “China’s Changing Sexual Landscapes” as part of Moravian College’s “China In Focus” campus-wide lecture series

 
Chongqing Technical & Business University, Chongqing, China, May 19, 2010

  • Presented a two hour interactive lecture titled “Sexual Orientation and Trans-Realities” to 189 first-year undergraduate students

 
LaSalle University/History:370, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 23, 2010

  • Guest lectured on the topic of “Sexuality Research in China”


Chongqing Technical & Business University, Chongqing, China, May 11-28, 2009

  • Co-facilitated a “Clinical Social Work Skills” class 40 social work students


LaSalle University/University Life, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 11, 2009

  • Conducted an interactive workshop on “Intimate Partner Violence”


Social Work Counseling Services, Chester Community Hospital, Chester, Pennsylvania, January 9, 2009

  • Conducted an interactive workshop on “Utilizing the Fear of Intimacy Scale in a Clinical Setting”


Careers in Sexuality Professional Skills Conference, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania, October 17, 2008

  • Designed and co-facilitated an interactive CE Credit workshop entitled “Publish or Perish: Balancing Sexuality Scholarship in A Multitasking World”


Widener University/Center For Social Work Education, Chester, Pennsylvania, February 27, 2008

  • Co-facilitated a class on “The Spectrum of Gender” to 22 undergraduate social work students


LaSalle University/University Life, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 8, 2008

  • Conducted an interactive workshop on “Relationship Communication Styles” to an audience of more than 100 LaSalle University students and faculty

HONORS & AWARDS

  • Honors College Outstanding Faculty Recipient, West Chester University, 2014
  • William Stayton Award for Applied Leadership in Human Sexuality, Widener University, 2012
  • Honors College Outstanding Faculty Recipient, West Chester University, 2011
  • Award for Clinical Excellence, Pennsylvania Society of Clinical Social Work, 2009
  • Student Service Award, Center for Social Work Education, Widener University, 2009
  • Gamma Eta Rho, National Honor Society in Human Sexuality, 2009
  • Phi Kappa Phi, National Social Work Honor Society, 2009
  • Phi Alpha, National Interdisciplinary Honor Society, 2009
  • Kappa Delta Phi, National Education Honor Society, 2008
  • Budding Professional Nomination, The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, 2007
  • Finalist, President’s Medal of S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo, 2001
  • Certificate of Excellence, S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo, 2001
  • Certificate of Merit, S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo, 2001
  • Psychology Club Scholarship (to attend the EPA Conference in Washington, D.C.), 2001
  • Student Leadership Award, S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo, 2000
  • Director’s Award, Educational Opportunity Program, S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo, 1999
  • Senator Pro-Tem, 1999
  • Psi Chi, National Psychology Honor Society, 1999
  • Volunteer Youth of the Year, YMCA of Greater Syracuse, Inc., 1995

 
OFFICES HELD

  • Assessment Coordinator, Undergraduate Social Work Department, West Chester University, January 2015 - present
  • Chair of Candidacy, Undergraduate Social Work Department, West Chester University, August 2013 – May 2014
  • Committee Member, Service Learning Committee, West Chester University, August, 2013 - present
  • Committee Member, Student Research and Creative Activities, West Chester University, August 2012 - present
  • Committee Member, Center for International Programming, West Chester University, August, 2012 – present
  • Faculty Advisor, Phi Alpha – Social Work Honor Society, West Chester University, August 2012 - present
  • Board of Directors, The Sexuality and Aging Consortium at Widener University, May 2010 - present
  • Graduate Student Board Member, Student Service Committee at Widener University, August 2009 - present
  • President, Master of Social Work Student Organization, September 2007-May 2009
  • President, Psi Chi, S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo Chapter, September 1999-May 2000.
  • Student Member on Board of Directors, Faculty-Student Association at S.U.N.Y.
  • College at Buffalo, September 1998-May 2000.
  • Senator, United Student’s Government, S.U.N.Y. College at Buffalo, September 1998-May 1999.

 

 


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