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Co-author of chapter on
career concerns of
immigrant workers

Brittan Davis received her M.Ed. in Community Agency Counseling from Cleveland State University in 2011 and her Bachelor's of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Diversity Studies from Baldwin-Wallace College in 2008. She is currently a doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology Program at Cleveland State University.

Brittan is committed to social justice, leadership, practice, and research. Her research interests include multicultural feminist psychology, sexual and gender transgressive minority issues, vocational psychology, issues related to gender, mentoring and supervisory relationships, social justice, social constructionism, critical psychology, interpersonal traumas, and bullying. Related to vocational psychology, Brittan has co-authored three book chapters on diverse topics pertaining to work, and her dissertation is a work-life approach to LGBQ workplace discrimination.

Brittan is dedicated to professional service and has participated in leadership at various levels. For example, she has served as a Co-Chair of the Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS; 2013-2015), a student member on the LGBT Subcommittee of the Ohio Psychological Association (2011-present), and a Co-Chair of the 2014 Counseling Psychology Conference Student Subcommittee (2013-2014). Brittan continues to serve as an Ad Hoc student reviewer for the Journal of Counseling Psychology and is excited to serve SVP as a student representative. Brittan aspires to obtain an academic position to expand and promote her scholarly interests related to vocational psychology.

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Cleveland State University

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