ms. Claudia Marin Andrade
Claudia Marin-Andrade is a skilled administrator and social worker with extensive training and experience in the area of substance abuse and addiction education and support. During her tenure as associate director of residential life for judidical affairs at Rose Hill, she managed the student discipline system, the mental health-related re-entry process[,?]and counseling intervention and referral for resident and commuter students. In her current role as director of the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and Student Support, Claudia brings a level of care and sensitivity for every student's unique situation with resources and support that maximizes each student's continued success at Fordham despite their challenges. Claudia holds a Masters of Social Work from Fordham's Graduate School of Social Service with a concentration in Clinical social work, specialized certificates in practice with children & families, Practice with Substance Abuse, as well as Certified Field Instructor (SIFI). Claudia also holds a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree from Manhattanville College.
Ms. Bonnie kaufman
Counselor Post-Graduate Intern
Bonnie has a bachelor’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Chemical Dependency. In May of 2011 she earned her Master’s degree from Fordham University in Mental Health Counseling and is currently working towards her licensure. This is Bonnie’s third year in her tenure for the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and Student Support. Her research interests include the Fordham Safe Birthday Campaign as well as the treatment of anxiety related disorders.
MS. FELECIA PULLEN
Counselor Graduate Intern
Felecia Pullen is an Intern/Counselor who received her B.A. in Psychology from Lehman College, and her Certification in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling from Fordham University. Currently she is in the Master's program at Fordham pursuing her MSW. Using Motivational Interviewing, Felecia specializes in coaching her clients on how to best meet life's challenges by acheiving and maintaining their desired goals.
MS. SAMANTHA DUTERVILLE
Counselor Graduate Intern
Samantha Duterville received her B.A. in both Psychology and Criminal Justice from Indiana University. This is her first year working in the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and Student Support.
MS. CHRISTINE FLORES
Christine is a junior in the Gabelli School of Business pursuing a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and a minor in Visual Arts. This is her second year working in the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and Student Support.
MS. Taidee muÑoz
Taidee is a senior at the Gabelli School of Business pursing a bachelor of science degree in Finance. This is her first year working in the Office of Substance Abuse Preventions and Student Support.
MS. CARA MCGONAGLE
Cara is a junior in Fordham College pursing a major in English and a minor in French. This is her first year working in the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and Student Support.