To contribute to Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind as a school psychologist.
Specialist Degree: School PsychologyMay 2018Gallaudet UniversityWashington, DC
Master of Arts: Developmental Psychology2016Gallaudet UniversityWashington, DCCumulative GPA: 3.9
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology2015Gallaudet UniversityWashington, DCCumulative GPA: 3.8
Laude in Bachelor of Arts
Dean List 2011 - 2015
The Elizabeth Peet Memorial Fellowship Award, Gallaudet University
President's Scholarship Award, Gallaudet University
School Psychology Internship09/2017 to 06/2017Minnesota State Academy for the DeafFaribault, MN
Perform cognitive and social/emotional/behavioral psycho-educational evaluations in an effort to assess/analyze individual students' strengths and weaknesses.
Facilitate group and individual counseling sessions for students identified with social, emotional, academic, and behavioral problems.
Provide consultation to teachers, parents, and other school personnel, and community agencies to enhance the learning and adjustment of students.
Effectively utilize Response to Intervention (RTI) to identify and work with students experiencing academic and/or behavioral difficulties.
Serve as an integral member of Student Support Team (SST) which designed and implemented academic and behavioral interventions in an effort to bring about positive student outcomes.
Assess the effectiveness of interventions through the use of a wide array of progress monitoring tools.
Provide professional development workshop on autism spectrum disorder and classroom management.
School Psychology Practicum10/2016 to 06/2017Montgomery Country Public SchoolsRockville, MD
Completed comprehensive and partial psycho-educational, social-emotional, and behavioral assessments.
Conducted group and individual counseling.
Completed functional behavioral analysis.
Offered consultation during IEP development and implementation as well as on classroom behavioral management techniques.
Participated in eligibility meetings for special education services (within a multidisciplinary team).
Student Teaching Assistant/Mentor09/2016 to 05/2017Gallaudet UniversityWashington, DC
Provided training to first-year school psychology graduate students on psychological assessment, specializing in the Wechsler Intelligence Scales, Standford Binet Intelligence Scales, Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test- Second Edition, Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children- Third Edition, and Woodcock-Johnson IV.
Monitored first-year school psychology graduate students' progress on administering various cognitive assessments.
Gave feedback on first-year school psychology graduate students' evaluation reports.
Residence Life Graduate Assistant09/2016 to 05/2017Gallaudet UniversityWashington, DC
Assisted with the development of a training program for Resident Advisors.
Developed strong staff relationships.
Facilitated one-on-one meetings and weekly meetings with Resident Advisors and a Coordinator of Residence Education.