Meridith Gould, Ph.D., works as a consultant designing programs, curricula and training for nonprofit, youth development, juvenile justice organizations and schools. Her expertise focuses on diversity, girl’s development, social/emotional learning, urban youth violence, bullying prevention, dating abuse and conflict resolution. She has been trained in more than five tolerance education models and has extensive experience working with students, educators, staff and parents of all identity groups. She has been a keynote speaker at at-risk youth, girl’s empowerment, human services and bullying prevention conferences locally and nationally.
Dr. Gould’s “Empower Me: Adolescent Girls” curricula is implemented at many human services organizations and schools in the United States and Africa. She is adjunct faculty at Nova Southeastern University's Department of Justice and Human Services in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS). She has also taught at Emory University, CUNY, John Jay College, University of Calgary, University of Wisconsin-Parkside and Spelman College.
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