Ummulkhayer Sameha

Clerical Assistant Ummulkhayer Sameha is an undergraduate student in the Rutgers-Camden College of Arts & Sciences with a double major of Political Science & Psychology. Her dream is to become a lawyer, and after graduation, she plans to pursue law school. In her free time, she enjoys reading The New Yorker and playing the flute … Continue reading Ummulkhayer Sameha

Sara Fiorot

Project Assistant Sara Fiorot serves as a Research Project Assistant, and she has primarily worked on Community Health Needs Assessments commissioned by Inspira Health Network and the South Jersey Health Collaborative. Her work on the Community Health Needs Assessments has helped to identify key health issues, social determinants of health, as well as strengths and … Continue reading Sara Fiorot

Ethan Aaronson

Project Assistant Ethan Aaronson is a first year student in the MA Criminal Justice program at Rutgers University – Camden. He graduated from the University of Vermont in 2014 with degrees in Political Science and History. Serving as a Project Assistant at the Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs, he most recently worked on a … Continue reading Ethan Aaronson

Vasiliki Gallicchio

Graduate Research Assistant Vasiliki Gallicchio (Bessy to her friends) is a graduate student pursuing her Masters of Arts in Criminal Justice at Rutgers University-Camden where she also earned her BA in Criminal Justice and Sociology in 2016. Bessy has worked on the Pascale Sykes Foundation South Jersey Strengthening Families Initiative. In the past year she … Continue reading Vasiliki Gallicchio

Ryan Pletcher

Graduate Research Assistant Ryan Pletcher is currently pursuing his M.A. in Psychology at Rutgers University – Camden. He received his B.S. in Psychology from Stockton University in 2018. His work at the Walter Rand Institute includes grant acquisition and data collection, and he is currently involved in the Pascale Sykes Foundation’s Strengthening Families Initiative. Ryan’s … Continue reading Ryan Pletcher

Kristin Kelly

Graduate Research Assistant Kristin Kelly is a first year student in the MA Experimental Psychology program at Rutgers University – Camden. She received her BA in Psychology and Women’s Studies from the University of Delaware in 2017. At the Walter Rand Institute, she serves as a Graduate Research Assistant to the South Jersey Strengthening Families … Continue reading Kristin Kelly