Maggie AlterMaggie Alter

Maggie Alter

Janis KupersmidtJanis Kupersmidt

Janis Kupersmidt

Karen BurnsKaren Burns

Karen Burns

Cory CampbellCory Campbell

Cory Campbell

Kim GosnellKim Gosnell

Kim Gosnell

Kelsey HallattKelsey Hallatt

Kelsey Hallatt

Cody HiattCody Hiatt

Cody Hiatt

Bud LaveryBud Lavery

Bud Lavery

Elyse KeefeElyse Keefe

Elyse Keefe

Christina V. MalikChristina V. Malik

Christina V. Malik

Shiesha McNeilShiesha McNeil

Shiesha McNeil

Alison ParkerAlison Parker

Alison Parker

Sarah RabinerSarah Rabiner

Sarah Rabiner

Tracy M. ScullTracy M. Scull

Tracy M. Scull

Rebecca StelterRebecca Stelter

Rebecca Stelter

Katie StumpKatie Stump

Katie Stump

Richard Van HornRichard Van Horn

Richard Van Horn

Ashley WebbAshley Webb

Ashley Webb

Shiesha McNeil, Research Assistant


Shiesha McNeil

Research Assistant

BA, Psychology

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Shiesha McNeil received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining iRT, she worked in the UNC-CH Developmental Risk and Resilience Lab as a research assistant.  Her research interests focus on the effect of early life trauma on the adjustment of children and adolescents. As a research assistant at iRT, Shiesha will focus on the organization’s mentoring projects.  Specifically, she will aid iRT researchers in evaluating new mentoring program practice enhancements designed to serve the needs of youth whose parents are incarcerated.  iRT is working with researchers from the University of Massachusetts at Boston’s Center for Evidence Based Mentoring (CEBM) to enhance existing mentoring programs to serve children of incarcerated parents and evaluate the new approach.