Leadership Institute 2011-2012 Class
Graduates and their respective mentors
Andriana DiMatteo, PsyD
Daniel Kaplin, MA
Kenya Malcolm, PhD
Anu Raj, PsyD
Camille Sinclair, PhD
Jeanette Sawyer-Cohen, PhD
This class developed a video which highlights the beauty and importance of the field of psychology. The video is used as an educational resource for educators, politicians, and the general public. The class's goal was to capture the work that psychologists do as a profession and answer the question: "What/Who is a psychologist?" This project also showcases the multiple talents of NYSPA membership. To watch the video, click here.
Where are they now?
Adrianna DiMatteo, PsyD - Social coordinator for the Division on Women's Interest (DOWI) and the Brooklyn Psychological Association; serves on the NYSPA Legislative Committee and is a member of the Division of Early Career Psychologists.
Daniel Kaplin, MA - Pending President-Elect of the Division of Culture, Race and Ethnicity (DCRE), and serves on the Psycho-pharmacology Committee of NYSPA
Kenya Malcolm, PhD - currently serving a two year term as the President of the Genesee Valley Psychological Association (GVPA) and on the Strategic Planning Task Force of NYSPA
Anu Raj, PsyD - An officer with the Division of Race, Culture and Ethnicity (DCRE), has served as the Diversity Delegate to the APA State Leadership Conference for 2 years and is active in her regional association - Suffolk County Psychological Association
Camille Sinclair, PhD - since graduation Camille has completed her requirements for licensure, is an active member of the Division of Race, Culture and Ethnicity (DCRE) and her regional association - Rockland County Psychological Association
Jeanette Sawyer-Cohen, PhD - recently appointed as the C-Chair of the Legislative Committee and subcommittee chair of the subcommittee on Child Policy Issues, Jeanette is very active on legislative items on a weekly basis, she is also an officer of the Division on Women's Issues (DOWI) and active in her regional association - Brooklyn Psychological Association