The Diversity and Social Justice committee promotes awareness of and advocates for diversity and social justice through all aspects of IPA.
Joyce E. Goins, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
Noemi P. Ford, PsyD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Jennifer Kauder, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
Jennifer’s early experiences with having both physical and hidden disabilities strongly informs her professional work and her commitment to the mission of the DSJ committee.
Mary Schenkenfelder, MS
Teresa A. Young, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
Training & Education
Teresa began working in the area of social justice by serving in leadership for the Feminist Led Activist Movement to Empower (FLAME) at Illinois State University. She served as a public policy field advocate and chaired the Education and Programming Committee for the Middle TN chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Teresa also co-authored an awarded grant sponsored by the American Psychological Association – Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs to provide a social justice mentoring program to ethnic minority graduate students. She remains committed to the process of being an agent of social change.
Luis R. Sanchez, BA
Research Topics of Interest
Earl Kilgore, Psy.D.
Earl is a native of St. Louis, MO inner-city. He is married with three kids, and has been interested in prejudice and diversity since early childhood.
Diversity and Social Justice Resources
Resources for Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups
Gender and Sexuality Resources
Criminal Justice Resources
Socioeconomic Status Resources
Civil Rights Resources
Disability ResourcesSocial Justice Resources
National Coalition Building Institute
APA National Multicultural conference and summit
Psychology and the Other