MSP Student Ambassadors serve as representatives of the student body and are here to answer any questions you may have about student life at MSP.
Our ambassadors each bring a unique personal perspective to student life – some are fresh out of undergraduate studies, some balance parenthood and classwork, and some are taking classes part-time and working.
Each ambassador has volunteered personal information they are willing to share with prospective students.
If you would like to contact one of the ambassadors below regarding their experience(s) at MSP, please feel free to email them.
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program
Fejiro is a 1st year student in the part-time MA program. She works during the day and takes courses in the evening. Fejiro graduated from Oakland University in 2018 with a BA in Psychology and is passionate about racial issues and would like to work with people of color in the future. She is a first generation immigrant.
Jessica is a full-time MA student. She has an interest in working with children, but is also excited to explore other opportunities while at MSP. Feel free to email her with any questions!
Renelle Lamey went to the University of Michigan for undergraduate school and majored in psychology and sociology. She then took 15 years to raise her family and now is back part time to get a masters. Please reach out with any questions!
Rachel is passionate about Neuropsychology as it focuses on an individual's behavior and cognition. She looks forward to speaking with other incoming students about what they are passionate about and what they look forward to, as well as questions regarding my experiences at MSP.
Kacie is a first year student in the part-time MA program. She received her bachelors in psychology at Oakland University, and one day hopes to pursue a career in health psychology, specifically women's health. Reach out to Kacie if you have any questions about the part-time MA program!
Arielle is a full-time MA student and a first-generation college student. She graduated from Arizona State University with a BA in Political Science. She is a mom, a Latina, and active-duty Veteran who currently still serves as a member of the Michigan Air National Guard. Her specific interests include the care and treatment of military members and those incarcerated; she is currently conducting her practicum at a correctional facility. She would love to talk to you about her experience and answer any questions you may have!
Damaya is a full time MA student studying at MSP. They are African-American, a member of the LGBT+ community, and a servicemember. They have experience in Applied Behavior Analysis as an RBT and behavioral health in different psych hospitals. Damaya is passionate about psychology, in all interests, and they would love to tell you about their experiences.
Zach is a full-time student in the MA program at MSP. He graduated from Hope College in 2022 with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Biology. Zach is passionate about Neuropsychology, including the assessment and daily functioning of individuals after traumatic brain injuries. Additionally, he would like to work with a wide range of clients including adolescents, families following trauma, and adults. Zach is excited to connect with prospective students regarding the various aspects of MSPs community and culture and help answer any questions.
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program with Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis
Sunanda is a first-year student in the part-time MA/ABA program at MSP. She has a Master's degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology from India. Her areas of interest include treatment and approaches for developmental disabilities, understanding cultural diversity, psychological topics that can bring people together from different cultures, and humanistic psychology. She is excited to share her experience as an international student!