B.S. in Human Services from Post University
M.S. in Sociology from Southern Connecticut State University.
Aging and the Life Course and Sexualities
I earned my BS in human services from Post University in 2013. I earned my MS in sociology from Southern Connecticut State University in 2015. I decided to continue my education by pursuing a doctoral degree at Georgia State University. During this transformative time, I decided to change my original focus from gender and sexualities to Aging and the Life Course and Sexualities. I developed an interest in aging. Along the way to my doctorate, I earned a graduate certificate in gerontology and pursing a graduate certificate in public health. My research primarily focuses on sexual and gender minorities in regards to aging and health.