Kimberly Ann Peace-Tuskey

Graduate Research Associate

Department of Health Promotion Sciences

Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health

The University of Arizona

Kimberly Peace-Tuskey, MSW, is a Doctor of Public Health student at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona.  She served as a High/Middle School Guidance Counselor, Community Dialogue Facilitator, and Faculty Member of the ASU School of Social Work for over 10 years. She conducted research on several project teams: Mapping Q: Examining the Effectiveness of an Arts-Based Suicide Prevention for Sexual and Gender Minority Youth (U of A), Tucson Community-Based Crime Reduction Initiative: Thrive in 05! (ASU), Teen’s Joking Interactions: Associations with Cultural Values and Dating Violence Among Mexican American Couples (ASU), and Arizona Best for Babies Program Evaluation Team (ASU). Her interests include resilience and positive youth development, the impact of intersectionality and social location on the experiences of youth, and supporting the evolution of individual power, leadership, and relationship-building among young girls of color.

Degrees

  • MSW

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