Dr. Mazzula is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice-CUNY, the Director of the Latina Researchers Network and the Past-President of the Latino Psychological Association of New Jersey. Dr. Mazzula has worked in a variety of clinical settings, predominantly serving underserved and underrepresented populations... (more)
- Ph.D. Counseling Psychology
- M.Phil. Counseling Psychology
- M.A. Community Counseling and Human Services
- B.S. Biology (Psychology minor)
News and update
9/26/13 "But You Speak So Well": How Latinos Experience Subtle Racism by Dr. Mazzula gets 10,000 views in 24 hours. Featured in Psychology Benefits Society, a Blog by the APA Public Interest Directorate.
04/18/13 In Washington, DC, for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute's Latina Roundtable.
02/15-16/13 Speaking on Latina leadership and mentorship ~ Winter Roundtable, Teachers College, New York
01/17-18/13 Speaking on mothers in the criminal justice system ~ National Multicultural Summit & Conference, Houston, TX.
10/11/12 Hosting Latina Researchers Network Social Hour ~ National Latina/o Psychological Association Conference, New Brunswick, NJ. www.nlpa.ws
10/05/12 - Hosting Latina Researchers Network's first Tweet Chat at 7pm ET. Hashtag #LRN & follow @LatinaRAS on Twitter.
08/02-05/12 - Presenting at APA, Div35 Session on Feminist Psychology for Change, 08/03 12-12:50pm, Orlando, FL
06/15-17/12 - Speaking on leadership ~ CUS Leadership Conference and Convention, Washington, DC.
05/25/2012 - Dr. Mazzula nominated for membership in the National Hispanic Science Network
04/08/2012 - Article on racial identity and juror decision-making accepted for publication in Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
03/14/2012 - Dr. Mazzula speaking at Dover High School, Dover, NJ
02/29/2012 - Dr. Mazzula at University of Miami in March speaking on Latinas/os in the world of Forensic Psychology