Gendered Racism; Mental Health Equity; Qualitative Research; CBPR
Kevin Ramseur II (pronouns: he/him) joined the Clinical Psychology doctoral program in 2020 and is currently a third-year student. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami in 2016 and a Master’s Degree from Duke University in 2018. For Summer 2022, Kevin will be teaching Research Methods in Psychology and working as a student clinician in the George Mason University Center for Psychological Services.
Before coming to George Mason, Kevin was a clinical researcher in the Duke University School of Medicine administering developmental assessments. Kevin would ultimately like to increase access to quality mental health care for underserved populations, and completed a thesis on caregiver-mediated early intervention for children in South Africa. Prior to joining GMU, he interned with the World Health Organization, where he learned from world leaders about the global inequities in mental health and wellness. These experiences molded Kevin’s interests in using community-based participatory research practices to identify, address, and remove structural barriers to health equity in diverse communities.
M.A. in Psychology, George Mason University
M.S. in Global Health, Duke University
B.A. in Psychology, University of Miami