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Student Affiliates in School Psychology

2012-2013 SASP Board

Vanessa Durand


Vanessa Durand - Ph.D. Candidate, 2015

Rebecca Keenan


Rebecca Keenan - Ph.D. Candidate, 2015

SASP Co-Chairs are responsible for overseeing SASP activities and events. They coordinate functions such as the Mentorship Program, University Teaching Certification Program, and other relevant trainings. The Co-Chairs meet regularly with the faculty advisor to discuss goals of the organization, and are the liaisons between the faculty and student body.

Jenna Hennessey


Jenna Hennessey - Ph.D. Candidate, 2014

The SASP Treasurer disburses Student Chapter funds required to conduct Chapter affairs and activities, approved by its members or the Student Chapter Executive Committee. The Treasurer ensures that all current student members are entitled to participate in membership services and activities at student member rate. Lastly, the Treasurer prepares an annual Student Chapter budget

Kenneth Vicencio


Kenneth Vicencio - Psy.D. Candidate, 2015

The SASP Secretary is in charge of taking minutes for all SASP meetings, as well as assisting with all administrative matters for SASP. The SASP secretary is also responsible for maintaining and updating the SASP website.

Amanda Graham

Social Chair

Amanda Graham - Psy.D. Candidate, 2014

The SASP Social Chair is responsible for planning and executing activities and social events to foster camaraderie among students in the School Psychology program.

Jenna Woodarek

Volunteer Chair

Jenna Woodarek - Ph.D. Candidate, 2015

The SASP Volunteer Chair is responsible for coordinating a variety of volunteer services. As future school psychologists, students are encouraged to be involved with the community at multiple levels. Volunteer activities range from providing direct services to children and adolescents to servicing the communities through neighborhood cleanups.

Molly Scott

Speaker Series Chair

Molly Scott - Psy.D. Candidate, 2014

The SASP Speaker Series Chair is in charge of the coordination and selection of presentations for the School Psychology program. Speakers are selected based upon the students' interests and needs. Presentations highlight both program faculty and their research interests/opportunities for students to become involved in current research projects, as well as professionals throughout the Pittsburgh area who can serve as both knowledgeable and interesting informants and can create networking opportunities.  

Corrine Garland

Social Media Chair

Corrine Garland - Ph.D. Candidate, 2017

The Social Media Chair is responsible for updating the program’s current students through media such as Facebook and bulletin boards on campus.