Giselle Colorado conducted her Project L/EARN summer research on “The Association of Maternal Education and Child Health Outcomes in Cambodia” under the direction of Yana Rodgers, PhD, of the Department of Women and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. She graduated with a major in psychology, having written an honors thesis under the supervision of Maurice Elias, PhD. She then worked in a clinical capacity at a therapeutic day school with children who exhibit emotional and behavioral problems. In fall 2010, she began the doctoral program in Clinical and School Psychology at Yeshiva University. She plans to specialize with at-risk populations and to obtain a certification as a bilingual psychologist. Her career objectives include working in clinical outpatient programs with at-risk youth, specifically the Latino population, and developing and enhancing early prevention programs that promote social and emotional learning. She is also dedicated to the development of treatment programs that address a client’s social, emotional, and academic competence.