Brittany Clarvon Watts

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Email: brwatts@hartfordinternational.edu

Dr. Brittany Clarvon Watts

Brittany Clarvon Watts specializes in qualitative research on behalf of the project. Dr. Watts completed her master’s and doctorate in Sociology at Kent State University, Kent, OH. She studied Religion, and Africa, African American Diaspora Studies at Wheaton College. Black Liberation Theology, Womanism, and Systematic Theology in her Master of Divinity from Duke University, Durham, NC. Dr. Watts has also researched and co-published on Black Christian women’s lived mental health experiences in “Keeping Ourselves Sane: A Qualitative Exploration of Black Women’s Coping Strategies” and plans to explore mental health paradoxes, utilization of health services, and access to care within faith communities and in our project.  Additionally, she serves as the Program Director and Grant Writer at Shiloh Development Corporation, Inc., and provides education, resources, and care with dignity and pride to anyone in need.

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