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Carrington Moore

Collaborative on Global Children's Issues

Carrington Moore (NHS’21) is a senior in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, majoring in human science and on the pre-med track. Carrington is a center operations intern at the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service; a resident assistant in Arrupe Hall; and a fellow for Georgetown Women's Alliance. She currently volunteers as a research assistant for the Black Early Stages of Social and Emotional Development (BlESSED) Research Group, which collaborates with Black families living in socioeconomically disadvantaged contexts to gain an understanding of culturally specific protective factors that families use to support their children's development. As a spring 2022 Collaborative on Global Children’s Issues student fellow Carrington will work with Dr. Erica Coates at the School of Medicine to explore youth mental health in Ghana.