Teysha Bowser is a doctoral candidate and third-year student at the University of Nevada, Reno, and the current ACES graduate student representative. Her research interests consist of Racial Battle Fatigue, gendered racial microaggressions, intergenerational trauma, and Indigenous Ways of Knowing (IWOK). She has a school counseling certification in the state of New Mexico and has had clinical experiences in school settings (elementary and high school), as well as at an agency (psychiatric hospital) setting.
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