Project Manager and Research Assistant
I graduated from UNC with a major in Psychology and a minor in Neuroscience in 2018. During my time as an undergrad at UNC, I was was involved in research on addiction and emotion. I also worked as a mentor in a program designed for Latinx youth in North Carolina. My passions include increasing visibility, accessibility, and decreasing stigma of mental health in underrepresented populations. My research interests involve mental health accessibility in Asian Americans, as well as understanding generational trauma that is passed on from immigrants (both Asian and non-Asian) to first generation and second generation Americans.
I’m from Wilson, NC and currently a junior. I am majoring is Psychology, B.A. with a minor in Education. I also plan to apply to graduate school for Clinical Psychology. I’ve have spent about the past 4-5 years working with children and young teens via tutoring, summer camps, and personal mentoring and I have loved every minute of it. In my free time I enjoy listening to new music and playing tennis.
Sarah Anne Gilles
I am a second-year student double-majoring in human development and family studies and psychology. I am the co-president of Disability Advocates Committee and a Young Ambassador for the National Narcolepsy Network. I am an aspiring occupational therapist with an interest in accessibility, developmental disabilities, and trauma.
Additional Members: Maleeha Haroon (Graduate Student), Katie Smith (Graduate Student), and Veronica Cole (Postdoctoral Fellow)