Meet our Co-Facilitators

Spring 2019

Pankhuri's headshotPankhuri Aggarwal, Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology

Pankhuri Aggarwal is a third-year student in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Miami University. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University and a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai in India. She is a recipient of prestigious national and international awards including PEO International Peace Scholarship, Sir Dorabji Tata Trust Scholarship for Academic Excellence, and Gold Medal and Prize of Best Student in M.A. Applied Clinical Psychology. 

Courtney's headshot    Courtney RaShad Allen, Doctoral Student, Educational Leadership

akanksha_das200x200.jpgAkanksha Das, Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology

Akanksha Das is a second year Clinical Psychology PhD student in the Anxiety, Cognition, and Emotion Lab in the Department of Psychology. She is passionate about dogs (e.g., spends a lot of her time finding dogs on Instagram), practicing Yoga, and watching Netflix (and Hulu) when she is not engaging in research, clinical work, or facilitating difficult dialogues in the psychology building!

Samuel Hunter, Doctoral Student, English Literature

kpandi_lumeh200x200.jpg    Kpandi Lumeh, Masters Student, Student Affairs in Higher Education

Tone's headshot    Tone McKoy, Masters Student, Student Affairs in Higher Education

Natalee Price's headshotNatalee Price, Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology

Natalee Price, M.A., is a third-year Clinical Psychology PhD student here at Miami University. She attended William & Mary for her undergraduate education and is working towards a career in academia. She finds a lot of meaning in researching child emotional development and providing therapy services to children and their families. She thoroughly enjoyed her intergroup dialogue experiences and works to continue engaging in difficult (yet critical) dialogues on inclusion, equity, and social justice. When she isn't working, she's prone to exploring new places, going to way too many concerts, learning about new science-y things, and eating quality food.

Sara Williams's headshotSara Williams, Doctoral Student, Religion, Ethics and Society

Sara Williams is a doctoral candidate in Religion in the area of Ethics and Society at Emory University. She is also Adjunct Instructor of Theology at Xavier University. Sara lives in Cincinnati with her spouse, son, and precocious dog, Lua.

Fall 2019

akanksha_das200x200.jpgAkanksha Das, Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology

Akanksha Das is a second year Clinical Psychology PhD student in the Anxiety, Cognition, and Emotion Lab in the Department of Psychology. She is passionated about dogs (e.g. spends a lot of her time finding dogs on Instagram), practicing Yoga, and watching Netflix (and Hulu) when she is not engaging in research, clinical work, or facilitating difficult dialogues in the psychology building!

Anjali Jain's headshotAnjali Jain, Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology

Angie is currently a 4th year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program here at MU. Broadly speaking, her research involves examining cultural influences on mental health and evaluating treatment outcomes among adults in both domestic and international populations. Her program of research aims to establish a culturally informed understanding of socialization, emotion, and psychopathology, with practical implications for psychotherapy across the globe. She has loved her time thus far in intergroup dialogue and looks forward to seeing how connecting with students in this space proves useful for all involved in unexpected ways!  

Kathy Lin, Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology

Lizzi Pettit's headshotLizzi Pettit, Doctoral Student, Brain, Cognitive and Developmental Sciences Psychology

Elizabeth is a second year Cognitive Psychology PhD student studying computational models of decision making. She grew up in a small Wisconsin town and earned her Bachelor's at UW Madison. Elizabeth spends her free time reading novels, crocheting, or watching the Packer game over a basket of cheese curds.  

gabby-spencer-150by150.pngGabby Spencer, Undergraduate Student, International and Latin American Studies

Gabby is a 4th year double major in International Studies and Latin American Studies from Pacifica, California. She also works as a second-year RA and serves as the Director of Programming for the Diversity Affairs Council. 

Bao Wang's headshotBao Wang, Masters Student, Student Affairs in Higher Education

Bao Wang is an international student from China. As a second-year MA student in Student Affairs in Higher Education at Miami University, he can attest that studying abroad is a journey to harness potentials, embrace the diversity of the world, and meet a better self in the future.