Jada is a pre-licensed counselor having obtained her graduate degree in Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Additionally, she has an undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Arts from Alabama A&M University.
She has experience working with culturally diverse populations that include children, adolescents, and young adults within the correctional community as well as outpatient forensic settings. She successfully completed her optional practical training at the Will County Juvenile Detention Center.
Furthermore, Jada has spent the last decade working within the social service field empowering her with competent therapeutic and intervention skills. It allowed her to interact with different socio-economic communities and laid a foundation for allocating the right resources to help communities build positive relationships.
A proud native of Atlanta and product of the South, Jada prides herself on being a true Southern belle. When she’s not busy empowering local youth and families, she enjoys networking within her field to meet new people to expand her personal network. Her energy and enthusiasm for building and engaging community relationships come from her first-hand understanding of how STRYV365 can impact, as well as benefit, from connecting with the community.