TRAUMA-SENSITIVE & ANTI-RACIST YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Associate Professor, Consultant & Public Speaker
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Marinda Kathryn Harrell-Levy is an adolescent development and trauma educator, the C.E.O. / C.F.O. of the consulting group "S.C.R.E.A.M. Like Someone's Listening" and Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at the Pennsylvania State University, Brandywine. She is also Youth Advisor for the Media Chapter of the NAACP and the Editor for the Alpha Omicron Chapter of the Gamma Phi Delta Sorority.
In her consulting work, Dr. Marinda helps build socially just, trauma-sensitive classrooms and schools, helps professionals and groups address racism at predominately white institutions, facilitates a mentorship and empowerment program for black and Latina youth and aspiring professionals, and conducts workshops, education events, and training around adolescent development and cultural diversity.
She received B.S. degrees in Sociology and Political Science from the University of Maryland and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies at Auburn University. The main emphasis of her research is adolescent socio-emotional and identity development, social justice curricula, cultural competence, and the nexus of trauma and healthy development. Her work has been featured in the Atlantic, Yahoo News, and Black Enterprise.
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