STUDENT CIRCLE FUNDRAISING CHAIR
Brandon Tross is a second year PhD student in the counseling psychology program at Western Michigan University. He earned his B.S. in psychology from Western Michigan University and his Ed.S in school psychology from Andrews University. While pursuing his master's degree, Brandon explored best practice for assessing and diagnosing autism within the profession of school psychology. After working for a short period within the school setting, Brandon realized he wanted to have a larger impact within the African American community, which prompted him to pursue his doctoral degree. His current research interests include exploring the misidentification of ADHD in relation to PTSD in African American males exposed to community violence and marital satisfaction of Black women whose husbands neglect their personal health. Brandon approaches his position as fundraising chair with enthusiasm, and considers it a privilege to serve on this board of leaders.