Section III Student Representative Co-Chairs (2014-2016)

Danielle Quintero

Danielle QuinteroDanielle Quintero is a second-year doctoral student in counseling psychology at the University of Missouri – Columbia, where she also received her Masters of Arts degree in counseling psychology. Danielle's primary research and clinical interests lay in the areas of trauma and sexual violence specifically within the Latina/o community. In particular, she is interested in understanding the recovery/healing process, resiliency and empowerment for sexual violence survivors. Her future scholarly plans are to conduct research that focuses on Latina/o immigrants who have experienced rape and sexual violence at the U.S./Mexico border. Having been born and raised in California , her Latina heritage serves as a foundation of strength as it has heavily shaped her personal and professional development. As she has received much mentorship throughout her academic career thus far, she aspires to continue building strong, professional relationships with others who are passionate in increasing the pipeline for Latina/o scholars. She is a proud member of various organizations including the Latina Researchers Network, the National Latina/o Psychological Association and the American Association for Hispanics in Higher Education.

Yoseline Paulett Lopez-Marroquin

Yoseline Paulette Lopez-MarroquinYoseline Paulett Lopez-Marroquin is from Lennox, California, near Los Angeles International Airport. Her undergraduate years were spent at University of California, Santa Barbara, and she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in global studies with an emphasis in South Asia. She received a Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology with a specialization in child studies, at Antioch University Los Angeles. She is pursuing a PsyD in clinical psychology, as a fourth-year doctoral candidate at Antioch University Santa Barbara, while commuting from the South Bay. Her current dissertation research interest is in Curanderismo's therapeutic modalities and how it can be integrated in psychotherapy. She has obtained field experience through the University of New Mexico 's course, “Traditional Medicine without Borders: Curanderismo in the Southwest & Mexico.” Her previous practicum sites have been Outreach Concern Inc. and Counseling Partners of Los Angeles (CPLA). Her current practicum site is Stars Behavioral Health Group—Star View Community Services Teammates Wraparound Program. Yoseline is an alumni advisor of Sigma Alpha Zeta Multicultural Sorority, Inc., a co-founder of Hawthorne/Lennox Rotaract Club, a board of directors member of CPLA, a member of the California Latina Psychological Association, the National Latina Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students. She is excited to embark on this new journey as a student representative through APA's Div. 35, Section III: Concerns of Hispanic Women/Latinas.