Natoya Haskins

Natoya Haskins

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., William & Mary, 2011

Natoya Haskins is an assistant professor of counselor education at William & Mary and co-director of the school’s Undergraduate Research Experience program. While a doctoral student at William & Mary, her dissertation work focused on taking a critical look at the preparation of students of color in counselor education and gaps in their curricular experiences; her current research is centered on culturally responsive counselor education experiences for graduate students of color, critical race theory in counselor education, and school counselor advocacy efficacy assessment tools. A former professor at the University of Georgia, Dr. Haskin's teaching today centers on providing a collaborative educational experience that embraces culturally diverse perspectives and historical and contemporary social justice issues within school counseling and counselor education.

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