B-CU Faculty Makes Presentation on the Utilization of Results Based Accountability at the Annie E. Casey Foundation Convening

Nichole Jones, EdD Assistant Professor in the Petrock College of Health Sciences Department of Counseling and graduate student, Daniel Pichardo attended the Annie E. Casey Foundation Results Based Accountability Convening in Baltimore recently. B-CU faculty presented a poster highlighting the utilization of Results Based Accountability on campus this past academic year, while Pichardo participated in a student panel with other students from Bethune-Cookman University, Morgan State University, University of Maryland at Baltimore, FAMU, Edward Waters College and Florida Memorial University.

Nichole Jones, EdD, LMHC, is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling. She serves as a professor and as the Clinical Internship Coordinator in the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. She is also a researcher and is leading efforts in the field of Results Based Accountability. In addition, she served as the Research coordinator of the CURE program last summer.

Criminal Justice student Deja Lucas was there along with Dr. Randy Nelson, Department Chairperson and Assistant Professor, Criminal JusticeDirector of the Criminal Justice, Dr. Kideste Yusef, Department Chairperson, Justice and Political Studies and Dr. Janice Allen- Kelsey, Dean, School of Liberal Arts.

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