I received my bachelor's degree in psychology and cognitive science from the University of Virginia in 2012. After graduating, I worked as a research assistant on a project designed to prevent early-onset of conduct problems among children in low-income communities at the University of Virginia. Before joining the clinical psychology doctoral program at VCU, I worked as an intensive in-home clinician with children and adolescents at risk of being removed from their home environments. My research interests include the dissemination and implementation of youth evidence-based treatments, specifically in low-income communities.
- VCU Black History in the Making Award, 2017
- VCU Presidential Award for Community Multicultural Enrichment, 2017