The Grady Nia Project is staffed by a number of dedicated, caring, compassionate, resourceful and knowledgeable professionals, trainees, and volunteers. Our team members come from a wide variety of professional backgrounds, including psychology, medicine, public health, social work and more. Our team is made up of:
- Director - Nadine Kaslow, PhD, ABPP
- Clinical and Education Director - Sarah Dunn, PhD, ABPP
- Project Coordinators - Amirah Clarke and Tochukwu Awachie
- Psychology Trainees (Postdoctoral residents, doctoral interns, and graduate students)
- Undergraduate Students
- Psychiatry Residents
- Public Health Students
- Medical Students
- Community Volunteers
All of these individuals work together to provide a high standard of care for the women in our project.
Join Our Team
If you would like to learn more about training opportunities available with the Nia Project, please refer to the Training section of our website. For any additional questions, please contact Nicole Akuoko (email@example.com) and Amirah Clarke (firstname.lastname@example.org). We look forward to exploring the possibilities together!