Phoebe Kelleher is a second-year MSW student at the Columbia School of Social Work. She earned her B.S in Public Health and Epidemiology at American University in 2014. Her background includes work in maternal and newborn health, adolescent development, substance use disorder, and gender-based violence. Ms. Kelleher is particularly passionate about trauma-informed care and international social work. Prior to joining SIG, she was a Victim’s Advocate for the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office in their Domestic Violence Unit and a Program Coordinator for Massachusetts General Hospital’s Division of Global Health and Human Rights in the western Kenya region.
Ms. Kelleher is excited to be joining the SIG team and providing research support across many projects, including e-WORTH, Healing Communities, and WINGS.