Anna Kawennison Fetter
Anna Kawennison Fetter is in her final year of the Counseling Psychology doctoral program and is completing her Doctoral Internship at SUNY Albany Counseling and Psychological Services. Anna obtained her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Native American Studies at Dartmouth College, and received a Master’s in Education in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University. Anna’s research and clinical work focuses on health and educational equity, with particular attention to BIPOC student experiences in higher education and the role of culturally relevant stressors and resources. Anna’s dissertation examines the impact of historical loss on Native American college students’ well-being and mental health and the protective role of ethnic identity. Anna has also served for several years on a multidisciplinary NSF-funded grant studying Historically Black-College and University (HBCU) student experiences with internships to improve internship equity, quality, and outcomes. Anna is a member of the Akwesásne Mohawk tribe from rural upstate New York, and loves spending time outside.