Board of Directors
Written by Patrick Cook   

iSMA Board of Directors

All Directors serve without compensation.  The Board of Directors holds four regular meetings each year to consider the business of the Association. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be called at any time by the president or the secretary, or at the request of the Board of Directors by vote at a meeting, or in writing with or without a meeting.

Patrick Cook - President

Patrick Cook, Principal of Cook & Sow Communication, has more than 25 years of experience in leading and delivering communication, social marketing and training and technical assistance solutions. He has led large capacity-building and social marketing projects for US and Canadian government and for-profit corporations as well as delivered focused solutions for community-based organizations and local agencies. Over the years, Patrick has designed, developed, and delivered dozens of training workshops, courses, and materials that help adults working at the community level be more effective communicators and social marketers. Drawing on his academic studies in rhetoric and composition, his experience working as a social marketer and trainer, and his passion for social justice, Patrick’s work focuses on helping good people do good things better by improving communication, developing capacity, and enabling change. Prior to his current role, Patrick was Senior Vice President, Social Marketing and Communication, at IQ Solutions, Director of Training & Technical Assistance for the Social Marketing and Communication group at FHI 360, and Principal with the Strategic Communications and Marketing division at ICF International. He has previously worked as a journalist, copywriter, technical writer, and lecturer. Contact Patrick 

Kelley Dennings - Treasurer & Representative, Social Marketing Association of North America

After graduating from NC State with a BS degree in Ecosystem Assessment, Kelley started her environmental career working in the recycling industry. She became a local recycling coordinator in NC which included an operational, educational and policy component. She then worked for the state’s recycling office and Keep America Beautiful on a national level, where she conducted various social marketing, social media and traditional advertising projects. From 2013-2016, Kelley worked with the American Forest Foundation to help build their landowner conservation social change program. She is currently working on her Master’s in Public Health at the University of South Florida and is with Action Research, a social marketing agency.

 

Ross Gordon - Representative, Australian Association of Social Marketing

Ross Gordon is an Associate Professor in Marketing at Macquarie University in Sydney. Ross is also President of the Australian Association of Social Marketing (AASM). His work focuses on social issues & social change, through a critical, reflexive & multi-perspective lens. Ross is currently a Visiting Research Fellow in Social Marketing at The Open University, a Visiting Academic at London School of Economics and Political Science, and Honorary Senior Fellow at the University of Wollongong Faculty of Social Sciences. His expertise lies in social marketing, consumer cultures, and critical marketing teaching and research. He works across various social change topic areas including energy efficiency, environmental sustainability, alcohol, gambling, tobacco control, mental health, and workplace bullying. He has extensive experience in research, designing, implementing and evaluation behaviour and social change programmes. Ross has been a principal or named investigator on projects attracting over $6.6m in research funds in Australia, UK, Europe and India. He has published over 70 academic journals, book chapters and conference papers including in outlets such as European Journal of Marketing, Journal of Business Research, Marketing Theory, Journal of Services Marketing, Journal of Macromarketing, Journal of Social Marketing, Energy Policy, and BMC Public Health. He has also delivered numerous client reports and invited speaking engagements. Ross co-authored a leading textbook on social marketing and social change: Jeff French and Ross Gordon (2015). Strategic Social Marketing. London: Sage. Ross is a keen player and follower of sports including playing football for Macquarie University, some tennis and cycling, loves travelling, enjoys current affairs, and is a big music fan and occasional techno DJ. 

Julie Hentz -  Chair, Communication Committee

Julie Hentz serves as the Communication Chair of iSMA, working with the Communication Team of writers and social media gurus who are committed to the improvement of public health internationally. Ms. Hentz is Director of Social Issue Marketing at IQ Solutions where she has worked across programs through partnership outreach, qualitative research, and marketing… the promotional “P”.  Her 30-year background in public health marketing and communications includes work with JWalter Thompson on Ford and Orkin accounts. She owned AdGraphx Advertising for over 10 years, serving a variety of clients from Mayo Clinic to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), from Universal Studios to Texaco Oil Company. Ms. Hentz worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) as a Health Marketer for 11 years on projects with Surgeon General Carmona’s Office on “The People’s Piece on Disabilities, Call to Action. She contributed to the creation of an external partnership between CDC and Medscape to shape the CDC Expert Commentary Series, and she coordinated a social media delivery framework on the Maternal Desk of the H1N1 Emergency.  She garnered Hermes Awards for her direction and design of the NCBDDD Annual Reports. Ms. Hentz also served as a Center consultant to Hollywood, Health, and Society pre-screening on condition-specific portrayals and was a judge annually for the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Meeting Poster Sessions. Ms. Hentz’s Social Marketing work has involved qualitative data gathering on the benefits and barriers to the establishment of Community Gardens. She has worked with the New Mexico Department of Health to develop a social marketing framework to address behaviors contributing to mortality rates of greater than twice the national average within the Navajo, over 65 population from flu and pneumonia in San Juan and McKinkley Counties. Ms. Hentz earned a Masters of Public Health with a concentration in Social Marketing and Maternal Child Health from the University of South Florida (USF) as well as a Graduate Certificate in Social Marketing from USF. She also holds an Associates in Communication and a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, and a BFA in Fine Art from Indiana University.

Jay Kassirer - Chair, Volunteer Committee

Jay Kassirer, President of Cullbridge Marketing and Communications, is a social marketing consultant, trainer, and web publisher. He has 24 years of professional marketing, communications and research experience involving environment, health and sustainability. He has contributed to the development of enduring outreach programs such as the Green Communities’ home energy audit and well aware programs, BC Hydro’s Power Smart program and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s Healthy Housing and Sustainable Community Planning initiatives, and co-led the formation and growth of Canada’s multi-stakeholder Healthy Indoors Partnership. Jay regularly hosts social marketing instruction and case study webinars. He wrote and publishes the widely acclaimed Tools of Change website (www.toolsofchange.com), based on a community-based social marketing (cbsm) workbook he co-authored with Doug McKenzie-Mohr. Jay is recognized internationally as a leader in developing and promoting cbsm approaches. 

Nancy Lee - Representative, Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association

Nancy Lee has more than 25 years of professional marketing experience, with special expertise in Social Marketing.  She is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Washington and the University of South Florida. She conducts seminars and workshops on social marketing and marketing in the public sector and has participated in the development of more than 100 social marketing campaigns.She has been a guest lecturer at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, the Health Promotion Board in Singapore, Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia, National University of Ireland in Galway, Yale, and Oxford University. She has conducted social marketing workshops for more than 5,000 public sector employees involved in developing public behavior change campaigns.  She has delivered more than 200 social marketing trainings, most recently in Jordan for USAID, Canada for the Ministry of Health, and in Seattle for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.  She has been a keynote speaker on social marketing at conferences including ones addressing Public Health, Injury Prevention, Environmental Protection and Poverty Reduction. Nancy is a member of Rotary and the City of Mercer Island's Green Ribbon Commission, has been a volunteer member of the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch Advisory Committee, and the Mercer Island School District's Advisory Committee.

David McElroy - Representative, European Social Marketing Association

david mcelroyDavid leads the Research and Evaluation team at Energy Saving Trust, sustainability not-for-profit dedicated to resource efficiency and conservation.  In his role, David is focused on the design and analysis of complex research programmes and the evaluation of nationally-significant social marketing projects. His strength in coordinating large-scale programmes is exemplified by his history of leading pan-European research in to the effects of climate change. He was formally elected to the Board of Directors for the European Social Marketing Association in 2014, and was nominated as the European representative to iSMA in 2015, a role he has held since. As an academic he has extensive experience in research, which is exemplified by his publications in high-impact, peer-reviewed environmental and social science journals, and his position as an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Sydney.

 

Winthrop Morgan - Past President

Winthrop Morgan has more than 25 years of professional experience in the field of social marketing and public health communication. He spent ten years at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs as a  senior program officer and Country Director of programs in Ghana and Zambia.  He was Director of an Agricultural Entrepreneur Technical Assistance program in Bangladesh. He was Director of Marketing for the National Institutes of Health National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Health Information Project and Center.  Mr. Morgan has written and edited several field manuals, including “How to Develop a Health Communication Strategy,” “Healthy Plan-it,” and “Re-inventing the Corporation.”  His “We Care” campaign in Ghana was awarded the Best Population Communication Program in the World by the Population Institute. He began the NHLBI Health Information Network, which has more than 200,000 subscribers.  While  marketing director of heat health education materials for the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, the institute’s cost-recovery program of publications netted in excess of one million dollars annually and disseminated more than 1.2 million health education materials nationwide each year to providers, patients, and the public. Mr. Morgan has his own consulting business which provides assistance with online and traditional social marketing and health communication strategy development for nonprofit, government, and educational organizations worldwide. 

Jennifer Wayman, MHS - Secretary

A sought-after expert in social marketing, Jennifer has built a career out of making positive change in the world. She currently leads Hager Sharp, an award-winning U.S. agency that specializes in marketing social change. She has extensive and proven experience leading initiatives that result in pervasive social change. Throughout her career, her commitment to using communications and marketing to make a positive difference in the world has been applied to numerous “big, messy” issues, such as heart disease, cancer and violence. Jennifer is a respected thought leader in her field, serving on the editorial board of Social Marketing Quarterly and as a founding and current board member of the International Social Marketing Association. Prior to joining Hager Sharp, she spent 24 years at Ogilvy Public Relations where she was instrumental in establishing and leading the agency’s U.S. Social Change Practice. Jennifer holds an MHS in Behavioral Science and Health Education from The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, and a BS in Business and Economics from Lehigh University. 

Nedra Kline Weinreich

Nedra Kline Weinreich, the president and founder of Weinreich Communications, has over 25 years of experience in helping nonprofits, public agencies and other socially minded organizations create positive change on health and social issues. As a social impact strategist, she helps organizations make a difference for the people they serve through state-of-the-art social marketing techniques, digital media approaches and the power of stories. She is the author of the widely used book Hands-On Social Marketing: A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing Change for Good. As a long-time lecturer at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Public Health, Nedra taught a graduate-level course on social marketing, and she has trained thousands of professionals through her Social Marketing University training series and other workshops. She is the founder of the Transmedia for Good Network, and is also on the Editorial Board for Social Marketing Quarterly. Nedra earned her Master’s degree in Health and Social Behavior from the Harvard School of Public Health and her Bachelor’s degree in Conservation and Resource Studies from the University of California at Berkeley. She recently moved to Israel with her family.

Emeritus Board Members

R. Craig Lefebvre - Past Vice President; Chair, Fundraising Committee

R. Craig Lefebvre, PhD is an architect and designer of public health and social change programs. He is chief maven of socialShifting, a social|design, marketing and media consultancy, Lead Change Designer at RTI International, and holds faculty appointments in the George Washington University, University of Maryland and University of South Florida schools of public health. His current work focuses on the use of design thinking, social media and mobile technologies in social marketing and organizational change. He has also been coordinating a global effort to establish a digital platform and professional association for social marketers. An internationally recognized expert in social marketing,  Craig's work on several hundred social marketing projects has addressed a multitude of health risks for a broad array of audiences in global, national, state and community contexts. He is the author of over 70 peer reviewed articles and chapters and serves on the Editorial Boards of Journal of Management & Marketing in HealthcareJournal of Social Marketing and Social Marketing Quarterly. He is a Fellow in the Society for New Communications Research and an elected member of the American Academy of Health Behavior. Dr Lefebvre received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from North Texas State University and produces and writes the blog On Social Marketing and Social Change [http://socialmarketing.blogs.com].

Tom Beall - Past Secretary and Treasurer

Tom Beall is the former Managing Director of the Global Social Marketing Practice at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide.  As Managing Director,  Tom served as senior counsel to Ogilvy’s worldwide network and as senior lead for some of the agency’s largest clients including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. A 20+year Ogilvy veteran, Tom previously served as the Co-Head of the agency’s Global Healthcare Practice, a position in which he helped build the agency’s healthcare capabilities and its specialization in social marketing.  His work has included a recurring focus on supporting public and private sector clients to organize and conduct public and professional outreach and education campaigns.  Tom joined Ogilvy in 1988 to direct the constituency relations, marketing, and media relations support of CDC’s landmark America Responds to AIDS program.  In 1991, he became Ogilvy’s overall CDC Project Director and has led Ogilvy’s support of CDC across many additional areas of focus.  Tom subsequently led Ogilvy’s support of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and helped to expand Ogilvy’s support of NIH to include at least seven NIH Institutes and Centers. His private sector clients have included: GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Merck, American Hospital Association, Group Health Association of America, American Academy of Pediatrics, and Family Health International. PRWeek named Tom one of the top 50 healthcare agency people in the country. Tom and his teams have won innumerable awards for professional achievement, included among them the SABRE Platinum and Gold; PR Week, Public Sector Campaigns; PRSA, Silver and Bronze Anvils; and American Public Health Association Awards for Public Health Materials. Tom serves on the board of the International Social Marketing Association; Sewall-Belmont House and Museum; the National Research Center for Women and Families; and the American Social Health Association.  He previously served on the boards of the National Council on Aging; OWL: The Voice of Midlife and Older Women; and the Epilepsy Foundation.  He holds a master’s degree in health services administration and a bachelor’s degree in psychology, both from The George Washington University.

Hamilton Carvalho - Former Regional Representative for South America and the Caribbean

Hamilton Carvalho is a government tax manager in Brazil who applies social marketing concepts and frameworks to address relationships with taxpayers and organizational behavior).  He holds a Master’s degree in marketing from the University of Sao Paulo. Mr. Cavalho is one of the active and popular contributors to iSMA social media groups, frequently sharing his latest readings and adding to our body of knowledge. 

Dr. Katherine Lyon Daniel

Dr. Katherine Lyon Daniel is Associate Director for Communication at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where she applies behavioral science, health communication, and social marketing principles to improve public health and people’s lives. Dr. Daniel previously served as the Deputy Director of the National Center for Health Marketing at CDC, then the lead U.S. organization for health communication science and social marketing for public health. Her work there included oversight of the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Dr. Daniel previously spent five years as the Associate Director of Communication Science at the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities at CDC, where she provided expertise in behavioral science research, health communication, and social marketing, principally in the area of maternal and child health. Dr. Daniel has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. from the University of California at Irvine in Social Ecology, where her dissertation research focused on communicating long-term health risks to the US Senate. She is the recipient of numerous professional communication awards, including two U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Award for Distinguished Service, the International Academy of Arts and Sciences Questar Grand Award, the MarCom Creative Gold Award, and the Public Relations Society of America’s prestigious Silver Anvil Award.

Sameer Deshpande

Sameer Deshpande, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Lethbridge, Canada. Over past 15 years, Sameer has taught, published, reviewed (on the editorial board of Journal of Social Marketing and co-editor of Social Marketing Quarterly), and trained and consulted with government and non-profit organizations in India, Canada, Australia, and U.S.

Biju Dominic - Former Regional Representative for Asia 

Biju is the leader of FinalMile Consulting, a consulting firm in India.  FinalMile applies learning from Cognitive Neuroscience and Behavioural Economics to develop solutions for social problems in the world.  You may remember him from his iSMA Webinar which described this fascinating advance in social marketing (available in the archive for members.)

Judy Drennan

Professor Drennan is  a founding member of the Australian Association of Social Marketing (AASM).  She has been involved in developing the social marketing discipline in Australia for the last decade.  She isan asset on the iSMA Board as a representative of AASM, which includes both a scholarly and practical community, working on its behalf to provide international social marketing insights and knowledge sharing.  Given her extensive expertise in social marketing, links with Australian industry, Government and international researchers, and PhD supervisions in social marketing, she delivers a unique Australian perspective to build strong collaboration between the AASM and iSMA.

Jeff French - Former Chair, Nominations and Election Committee

Jeff French is a recognized global leader in the application of behavior change and social marketing. Jeff has extensive experience of developing leading and evaluating behavior change projects, social marketing programs and the development of communication strategies at international, national, regional and local level. With over 30 years of experience at the interface between government, public, private and NGO sectors, Jeff has a broad practical and theoretical understanding of national and international health and social development issues.  Jeff and has published over 70 chapters, articles and books in the fields of behavior change, social marketing, community development, health promotion and communications. Jeff is a visiting professor at Brunel University and Brighton University and a Fellow at Kings College University, London and teaches at four other Universities in the UK. Jeff was the Director of Communication and Policy at the Health Development Agency for five years from 2000 – 2005. From March 2005 through to July 2009 Jeff set up and managed the National Social Marketing Centre for England. In August 2009 Jeff became the Chief Executive of Strategic Social Marketing Ltd.Strategic Social Marketing works with clients from all over the world in the private, NGO and public sector on the development and evaluation of social behavior change programs. Strategic Social Marketing also provides consultancy services to some of the world’s biggest corporate communications and research companies. Jeff continues to act as the principal adviser to the National Social Marketing Centre and the Department of Health Behaviour Change and Social Marketing policy team. Jeff also acts as an advisor to a number of national and international policy committees.  Jeff is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Social Marketing.

Houda Khayame - Former Regional Representative for the Middle East and North Africa              

Houda Khayame is an expert in sustainable human development with a focus on social marketing programs for women’s well-being and social empowerment. She has 20 years of experience in strategic design, management, and implementation of women’s health, human development, and environmental programs funded by USAID, WHO and UNDP in the Middle East, West and North Africa regions. She has a large experience in analyzing research, drawing targeted strategies and monitoring performance indicators to achieve behavior change and social impact through innovative approaches and sustainable public-private partnerships. In Jordan since 2010, Houda has designed effective social marketing interventions that increased women’s access to high quality reproductive health services under the SHOPS project. In 2014, she became the Deputy Director of the Jordan Communication Advocacy and Policy (JCAP) project where she coordinates social marketing and policy efforts such as drafting flexible working models bylaws that passed on 8 March 2017, and promoting free reproductive health services for Syrian refugees that were supported by a Ministerial decree in 2016. Houda graduated from EDHEC Business School in France. She holds a Social Marketing Certificate from Georgetown University; and two Post-Graduate Certificates in ‘Conflict and Development’ and ‘Institutional Development’ with the Open University in the UK towards a MSc in Development Management. She is a member of the Editorial Board of Social Marketing Quarterly journal. Houda is fluent in English, Arabic, French and conversational Spanish.

Christiane Lellig

Christiane Lellig is the founder and president of “Stratagème. Agentur für Social Change,” a Zurich-based consulting firm specializing in social marketing and sustainability communications. Her work in social marketing projects includes energy efficiency programs and hazards prevention.  She has been working as asocial marketing consultant in Switzerland and Germany since 1999. She has led national research programs and behavior change campaigns in domains ranging from environmental issues to labor and social justice issues. Christiane holds a masters degree in Social Sciences from the University of Gauttingen, Germany. She is a member of the coordinating group of the European Social Marketing Association.

Doug McKenzie-Mohr

Doug believes iSMA has an important role to play in promoting social marketing and he wishes to assist with this work.  He uniquely assists iSMA in reaching an underserved audience, namely environmental program planners who design programs to foster sustainable behavior.  He has spent his career advocating for the application of social marketing knowledge to the design of environmental programs and assists iSMA with outreach to this important audience.

Robert Marshall

Robert Marshall received his Doctorate (Medical Sociology) from Brown University (1981). His work experience includes: health planning, health promotion-education, tobacco control, substance abuse, public health information/communications and social marketing. Dr. Marshall joined the Rhone Island Department of Health in 1983.  He left Rhode Island briefly to direct the American Stop Smoking Intervention Study (ASSIST) for Cancer Prevention at the National Cancer Institute (1991-1995). Returning in 1995, he served as Acting Associate Director for Substance Abuse (1995-1998) and Public Information Officer (1998-2006) at the Department of Health.  Currently, as Assistant Director of Health for Community Affairs, he heads the Rhode Island Office of Public Health Research, Training and Practice and works closely with the Rhode Island Public Health Institute—a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting population health and wellness.  Dr. Marshall holds an appointment as Clinical Associate Professor of Community Health (Alpert Medical School at Brown University) and Affiliate Associate Professor (College of Public Health, University of South Florida). Over the past fifteen years he developed an interest in social marketing in public health, authored numerous professional papers and presentations on social marketing, served on various related conference planning committees and editorial advisory boards and spearheaded development of a social marketing objective in Healthy People 2020.    He completed a Fulbright Senior Specialist Award with Kings College London and the National Social Marketing Center (England) in 2007 and was one of the keynote speakers at the First World Conference on Social Marketing (Brighton, England) in 2008.

Gael O’Sullivan - Former Chair, Communication Committee

Gael O’Sullivan has 25 years of international development experience, with a particular focus on behavior change communication (BCC), advocacy, social marketing and capacity building as they relate to public health issues, particularly in the areas of family planning, HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, water/sanitation/hygiene, and avian influenza.  As the lead technical expert in BCC within Abt Associates’ International Division, Ms. O’Sullivan designs and implements numerous communication strategies and campaigns using a combination of interpersonal, community and mass media messages and channels to improve risk perception and motivate audiences to change their behavior.  Examples of her work include: developing strategies to promote modern family planning methods and the early detection and treatment of breast cancer in Jordan; designing a youth-friendly initiative in Lucknow, India with four commercial contraceptive manufacturers and four medical associations to meet the needs of young married couples; and using research-driven methodologies and stakeholder analysis processes to design the first national HIV/AIDS communication strategies in Zimbabwe, Benin and Bhutan. Building local capacity to promote healthy behaviors is another major focus of Ms. O’Sullivan’s work.  She is the lead author of “A Field Guide to Designing a Health Communication Strategy,” a resource widely used in the field to develop sound behavior change communication strategies. Prior to joining Abt, Ms. O’Sullivan participated in the design and implementation of comprehensive reproductive health behavior change communication programs in Jordan, Tanzania and the Philippines as part of the Johns Hopkins University/Center for Communication Programs PCSIV Project.  She also developed and managed a wide variety of contraceptive social marketing programs on behalf of the SOMARC Project while employed at the Futures Group, where she was involved in early efforts to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa through condom social marketing. Ms. O’Sullivan has worked extensively in: Barbados, Benin, Bhutan, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Fiji, Guinea, India, Jordan, Kenya, Laos, Madagascar, Mali, Malawi, Morocco, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Rwanda, Russia, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe.  She has an MBA from George Washington University, a B.S. from Georgetown University, speaks fluent French and has lived in Togo and Switzerland.

Claire Rademeyer - Former Regional Representative for East, West, Central and Southern Africa

Claire is a Managing Director at Live Moja, a social marketing agency in South Africa. She has an extension network of academics, practitioners, agencies and programmes related to social marketing in southern Africa.  She is also CEO of Footballers for Life, a nonprofit organisation that works in correctional facilities, conducting programmes on life skills and wellness, seeking reduced recidivism and healthy life habits.

Barry Whittle

Barry Whittle has led the conception, development, implementation and evaluation of social marketing programs to improve health and well being among poor and vulnerable populations for 15 years. Currently a senior director at Population Services International, Mr. Whittle oversees the Latin America/Caribbean region which comprises 12 country offices conducting social marketing programs to improve reproductive health and to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and malaria.  Previously, Mr. Whittle served as Regional Director for PSI's East Africa region and led PSI country offices in Cambodia and Laos.  Mr. Whittle has a masters degree in Public Affairs from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School and a bachelor of arts degree in Social Psychology from Columbia University. 

Last Updated on Friday, March 02, 2018 11:50 AM