Meet Renée

  • Holds a Certificate in College Counseling, UCLA; earned with distinction, a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, and completed undergraduate equivalent studies in Communications Disorders in the College of St. Rose's Graduate Program in Albany, New York.

  • Has visited over 100 college campuses.

  • Is a Spanish speaker.

  • Has experience working with economically disadvantaged youth in various social service programs including Catholic Charities' Neighborhood Division and the Madison County Even Start Program; an initiative to help economically disadvantaged families to create and complete educational plans for both parents and their children.

 

  • Other work experience includes interning under Dr. Michael Gordon, renowned for his work with children with ADHD and his development of the Gordon Diagnostic System.

 

  • Is the recent recipient of the Irvin W. Katz Service Award given in recognition for her volunteer contributions to a community organization that benefits the educational needs of underrepresented students. 

 

  • She and her husband Jim have lived internationally and have raised four children of their own.

  • Her client base includes students from across the United States. 

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