Cait Hynes, a current student in the School Psychology doctoral program, was elected to be Membership Chair of the 2013 Student Affiliates of School Psychology (SASP- Division 16) Executive Board. This was a national student election. Being on the SASP Executive Board provides students the opportunity to “work collaboratively with other faculty, practitioners, and graduate students in school psychology across the nation to help shape the future of the school psychology field. Executive Board members develop programs, publish student research, and produce materials that have wide-spread impact on the field of school psychology.”
Cait received her BS in Psychology from Fordham University in 2010. She is currently an Events Coordinator at the Rosa A. Hagin Consultation Center on Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, and a Student Leader with the National Association of School Psychologists.