Meet the Staff
Eva Wilson is a first-year Master’s student at Boston College in Counseling Psychology. She earned her BA from Yale University in Psychology.
Eva joined the ISPRC in the fall of 2012 as a graduate research assistant and serves as a Jeremiah Burke High School advocate. Her research interests include racial, gender and sexual orientation identity development, with a focus on multiracial identity, and the factors that foster resiliency amongst at-risk populations.
Eva’s past research has focused on exploring mental health outcomes and improving healthcare delivery amongst socio-economic, predominantly ethnic minority populations. Her work experience includes serving as a therapeutic tutor for middle and high school students, administering clinical interviews to an urban population with a history of mental illness and substance abuse, and working as assistant director of a Boys and Girls Club summer program in a low socio-economic, inner-city community.
In her spare time, Eva enjoys dancing, running, trying new foods, watching TV and movies, exploring Boston and spending time with family and friends.