Presentation Title

Differences Don’t Mean Deficits: Embracing Intersections of Identity to Promote Academic Achievement and Personal Development

Brief Biography

Loni Crumb currently serves as a licensed professional counselor at Georgia Perimeter College. She isalso a doctoral candidate in the Counseling and Student Personnel Services program at The University of Georgia. Mrs. Crumb holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from North Carolina State University and a Master’s degree in Community Counseling and Education from Clark Atlanta University. Her research interests are in college counseling program development, working-class studies, and women’s issues in therapy. Loni is committed to the principles of social justice and promoting equity in education for marginalized students.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

PhD. Candidate, Counseling and Student Personnel Services

M.A. Education and Community Counseling

Presentation Abstract

Differences Don’t Mean Deficits: Embracing Intersections of Identity to Promote Academic Achievement and Personal Development

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Differences Don’t Mean Deficits: Embracing Intersections of Identity to Promote Academic Achievement and Personal Development

Differences Don’t Mean Deficits: Embracing Intersections of Identity to Promote Academic Achievement and Personal Development