Laurie has been the Director of the Women's, Gender & Sexuality Center at Stockton
University since 2015, but has worked in the field since 1997, first as a domestic
violence prevention advocate and then as a mental health counselor. She is currently
licensed in the state of New Jersey as a Professional Counselor, a Clinical Alcohol
and Drug Counselor and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. She has lectured across the
country on issues related to power based personal violence and stalking and was selected
to be on the National Center for Victims of Crime's Model Federal Stalking Code Advisory
Education: B.A., Economics, Certificate in Asian Studies, University of Pittsburgh,
M.A., Counseling Psychology, Marymount University
Teresa Barone has been working in various student support areas at Stockton University
since 2013 and moved into the role of Assistant Director for the Women’s, Gender &
Sexuality Center in September 2021. Prior to working in the WGSC, Teresa served as
a non-clinical case manager for students in crisis or who need additional support
to reach their full potential at Stockton. Teresa served as an Osprey Advocate from
2015-2019, providing confidential resources to students who experienced acts of power
based personal violence. She is excited to return to her passion for supporting student
survivors through her role in the WGSC.
Education: B.A. Arcadia University, M.Ed. Northeastern University
Tamisha is in her 3rd year of undergraduate studies in the Criminal Justice program
and has been a friendly face in the WGSC since January 2023. After graduating from
Stockton, Tamisha plans on pursuing law school and wants to become a Civil Rights
Mahjah is in her fourth year of undergraduate studies in the Health Science program.
She is graduating this year with a degree in Public Health and a minor in Business
Studies, with a concentration is Health Administration. She has been working at the
WGSC since her sophomore year. She hopes to further her education by getting a masters
in Public Health after graduation.
Nayelis is in her fourth year of undergraduate studies within the psychology program.
She’s been with the WGSC since her sophomore year and has completed intensive trainings
to also become an active sexual assault prevention peer educator. Nayelis will be
graduating this year with her bachelors in Psychology and minor in business. She looks
forward to continuing her education after graduation.
Lisbeth graduated from Stockton with her Bachelors Degree in Psychology and is now
in her 2nd year as a graduate student in the Masters in Social Work program. Lisbeth
has served in many different capacities at Stockton over the years. On top of her
internship duties, she currently serves as the Vice President of the MSW Alliance
and also works as a Graduate Hall Director in Atlantic City. Lisbeth will graduate
with her MSW in May 2023 and plans on working as a School Social Worker.
Saima is in her fourth year of undergraduate studies will be graduating in December
2023 with her degree in public health and a concentration in community health education.
Saima plans on working for the government as a health educator.
Emily has been a student worker in the WGSC since September of 2022 and is in her
third year of undergraduate studies in the Criminal Justice program. After graduating
Emily plans on pursuing a career in victim services.
Van Nhi is currently in her second year of graduate studies within the Counseling
Program. In May 2022, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Stockton University with a BA in Psychology and a double minor of Women's, Gender
& Sexuality Studies and Political Science.
Emma is a second year student at Stockton studying Political Science with a concentration
in Pre-law. Emma has been a student worker in the WGSC since September of 2022. After
her time at Stockton, Emma plans to pursue law school to become a civil rights attorney.
Tessa is in her fourth year of undergraduate studies within the Criminal Justice Program.
Additionally, Tessa is also part of the Victimology Organization at Stockton University.
In December 2023, Tessa will graduate Stockton University with a BA in Criminal Justice
and a minor in victimology.
Imani is in her fourth year of undergraduate studies in the Criminal Justice program.
She’s been with the WGSC since her junior year and has completed intensive training
to also become an active sexual assault prevention peer educator. Imani will be graduating
this year with her bachelor's in Criminal Justice.
Yamirah is a senior majoring in economics with a concentration in policy and a minor
in music studies and will be graduating this spring. She is also very active with
student clubs and serves as the President of the Coalition for Women's Rights, the
external Vice-President of QTPOCS and the Public Relations Chair for the Stockton