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Patrick Jean-Pierre

Patrick Jean-Pierre

Patrick Jean-Pierre Psy. D., is Project Associate at the Metropolitan Center for Urban Education, New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development. Dr. Jean-Pierre has over 11 years of combined experience in urban educational settings, which includes public schools, charter schools and universities. Patrick’s range of professional experiences in the field of education includes teaching, counseling and organizational consulting that has supported systemic change. Patrick has taught Jr. High School at the Andries Hudde in Brooklyn, NY. At Rutgers University, he served as a Senior Consultant to the NJ Department of Education and developed programs for students from vulnerable populations for the Rutgers Somerset project. In addition, Patrick has provided leadership development at the Wharton School of Executive Education and therapy to Youth and Families at the Mental Health provider, Supreme Consultants. Patrick received his Doctorate of Psychology at Rutgers University in Organizational Psychology with concentrations in Community and Sport Psychology. He received his Master degrees from CUNY Brooklyn College in Industrial Organizational Psychology and at Stony Brook University (SBU) in Human Resource Management. He holds a B.A. from SBU in Psychology and a minor in International Studies. Patrick's research interests include masculinity, inter-group relations, and systemic change.

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