Kimberly Perez-Lucero, B.A.
Kimberly is a first-year master's student in the Clinical and Counseling program at William Paterson University. She graduated with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Latin American Studies from Ramapo College of New Jersey in 2019. She will be assisting with the Spanish-speaking group for the Paterson Project.
Kimberly works as a Support Coordinator for adults with disabilities. Her research interests in the field include multicultural counseling, and the risk factors that contribute to mental health disparities amongst racial and ethnic minorities. Incuding socioeconomic status, undocumented status, and cultural stigma.
Arohan Rimal, B.A.
Arohan Rimal is a first-year student in the clinical/counseling psychology master’s program at William Paterson University. He graduated with a BA in Psychology from University of Louisiana Monroe in 2021. Arohan currently works as a Graduate Assistant at the WPUNJ Office of Student Transitions and assists the office with social media management, student consultations, event-planning, and administrative support. His research interests contain cultural differences in experience of trauma, resilience, and existential issues. Arohan is currently looking forward to applying for Clinical Psychology PhD programs after graduating from the clinical/counseling program at WPU.