Emily Georgia, M.S.
Emily Georgia, M.S.Graduate Student
Emily is a graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Miami. She attended the University of Iowa for her undergraduate education where she was active in couple research. Upon graduating in 2008, Emily moved to Miami to continue her involvement in couple research by working with Dr. Doss as his research coordinator.

Emily has published and presented research findings on as well as other topics including couple therapy and the impact of premarital cohabitation on subsequent marital adjustment. She is thrilled to work with couples participating in the program and to be able to frequent Miami’s beaches in her spare time.

Sean Meadows, B.S.
Sean Meadows, B.S.Database Technician
Sean is a database technician in the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Miami. He attended the University of Miami for his undergraduate education and majored in Computer Science.

Sean has worked on various online education programs for different age groups, ranging anywhere from middle school and high school age to adult. He is excited to be a part of a different kind of teaching with the program, hoping to make an impact with it. Sean enjoys anything around the water in his spare time, as well as getting involved in DIY projects.

Clark Brinson, B.A.
Clark Brinson, B.A.Participant Coordinator
Clark is a Participant Coordinator at the University of Miami. She is also a second year graduate student in the African American and African Diaspora Studies Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her undergraduate education and majored in Psychology with a minor in Sexualities Studies.

Clark has worked on research exploring race socialization practices of African-American parents, research assessing ethnic differences in the development/treatment of depressive symptoms, and research developing culturally-based intervention programs. Clark’s research interests include racial identity development in adolescents within Queer, African-American family structures and more recently, religiosity/spirituality within the African-American community. In her spare time, Clark enjoys outdoor activities, reading science-fiction novels, and exploring new places.