Valli Sarveswaran, Ph.D.
Dr. Valli Sarveswaran received his Ph.D. in Synthetic Organometallic Chemistry from Cambridge University, England and his Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry from University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Among his credentials are the following:
Education: 2008 Andhra University Graduate with a Bachelor's of Pharmacy. Vennela is now pursuing a Doctoral Degree in Clinical & Bio- analytical Chemistry.
Activities: Vennela was a member of Pharmacy Association in Andhra university, India (2004-2008). She has held the position as Secretary of Cultural Affairs in Andhra University during (2006-2007) and she was also member of Bal Vikas, an organization that takes care of orphans in India. Presently she is a member of The American Society for Mass Spectrometry.
Future Plans: To successfully obtain a Doctoral Degree in Clinical & Bio- analytical Chemistry at Cleveland State University. Then get into a pharmaceutical industry to work as a scientist.
Education: Astrid earned her Bachelors of Arts degree with Summa Cum Laude standing in the field of Psychology at Cleveland State University Fall 2013. Astrid is currently pursuing a Master of Education in Community Health, and aspires to earn a Doctorate in the Public Health Sector.
Activities: Astrid is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, Psi Chi International Society and was also a member in the McNair Scholars Program at Cleveland State University. When Astrid is not focusing on “changing the world”, she enjoys her spare time playing catch with her toy poodle Sophie.
Future Plans: Astrid’s next step is to obtain a Doctoral Degree in the Public Health Sector. After she receives her Doctoral Degree she plans to apply her knowledge in healthcare working internationally, primarily in high poverty stricken regions such as West Africa.
Education: Ashley completed her B.S. in Special Education at the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC in May of 2007. She taught in alternative school settings for three years before returning to school for her Masters of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, which she obtained in May of 2013 from Cleveland State University. Ashley is currently pursuing her PhD in Counseling Psychology.
Activities: When not chasing her three small children around the house, Ashley is the chair of the mentor committee for Student Affiliates of Seventeen (the Counseling Psychology section of American Psychological Association-APA) as well as a student committee member of the Advocacy Committee housed in the Association of Child and Adolescent Counseling, a section of the American Counseling Association. Ashley was a South Carolina Teaching Fellow in her Undergraduate Studies and a member of various honors societies for both her undergraduate and Master’s level studies.
Future Plans: Ashley hopes to become a licensed psychologist and work with forensic youth populations. Ashley also plans to create a leadership program for individuals working with “at risk” youth to provide more effective support, treatment, and education to these youth.