Clinical Social Worker
A proud Brooklynite, Tynesha attained her master's of social work from Rutgers University while attaining her master's of divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. She enjoys working with people across the lifespan and has been a therapist for elementary school-aged children and a chaplain for hospitalized senior citizens. However, most of her work has been with college students through the Posse Foundation. Tynesha was a Posse Scholar during her undergraduate career and later worked for the organization in NYC where she ran weekly workshops on identity formation, leadership development, teambuilding, and academic achievement. Her clinical interests include: the intersectionality and care of women of color, resilience in familial trials and relationship dynamics, and (re)discovering how to be one's best self. When Tynesha isn't working, she enjoys watching movies, listening to music (favorite genres are Hip-Hop, R&B, and Jazz) and traveling (she has been to five out of the seven continents and hoping to get to Australia next!).