Molly Conley is a Clinical Psychology doctoral student who recently moved to Keene from Westchester, New York. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Columbia University. While in school, Molly tutored elementary school students in Harlem, which introduced her to the world of language-based learning disabilities. After graduating, she took a job teaching middle schoolers with dyslexia and ADHD. Molly works with children with special needs, and she advocates for international special needs orphans. Outside of class, you’ll probably find her curled up with a good book, baking a mean batch of chocolate chip cookies, or spending time with her friends and their various pets. Moly hopes you will come visit her in the writing center!
Michael Nork studies Sustainable Development and Climate Change in the Department of Environmental Studies. As an undergraduate at the University of Connecticut, he worked for four years at the writing center, tutoring his peers across multiple disciplines. During that time, Michael also gained substantial experience tutoring English Language Learners (ELLs). He continued to work with ELL students while teaching English as a Peace Corps volunteer in Romania. Michael strongly believes that writing should be a collaborative process and he especially enjoys engaging with other writers who share his passion for talking out ideas. His hobbies include backpacking, kayaking, and organic gardening.
Rachel McHale is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program.She completed her undergraduate degree at Hartwick College, where she majored in Psychology and Religious Studies. She also worked as a tutor at Hartwick’s Writing Center for two years. She enjoys creative writing, hiking, fencing, and hockey.
Lauren Weisberg is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program. As an undergraduate student at SUNY Geneseo, Lauren was a teaching assistant for several psychology classes, helping students with papers and other assignments. Lauren is still figuring out what she wants to do in the field of clinical psychology, but is interested in feminist psychology. She looks forward to seeing you in the writing center!