Drawing from training at CUNY School of Public Health, Mailman School of Public Health and over 15 years of HIV prevention experience working with vulnerable young people in Austin and New York, I have developed a strong commitment to community health and reproductive justice. When not working, I am traveling, cycling, or enjoying good food in Brooklyn.
Health Technology Project Director, Healthy CUNY Initiative
Schmeltz, M.T.; Gonzalez, S.K.; Fuentes, L.; Kwan, A.; Ortega-Williams, A.; Cowan, L.P. (2013). Lessons from Hurricane Sandy: A Community Response in Brooklyn, New York. Journal of Urban Health 90(5), 799-809. DOI: 10.1007/s11524-013-9832-9.
Gonzalez-Gladstein, S.K. “Perspectives from the Field: Community Resilience in Post-Sandy Red Hook, Brooklyn”. McSilver Institute for Poverty and Research. Accessed: http://www.mcsilver.org/2013/05/09/perspectives-from-the-field-community-resilience-in-post-sandy-red-hook-brooklyn/
Cushman, L. F., Cairo, L., Caseras, F., & Jimenez-Bautista, A. (Eds.)[Gonzalez, S., Contributor] (2006). Finding their way: A qualitative study of adolescent migration between the Dominican Republic and the United States. Santo Domingo, RD: Profamilia.
National Research Service Award, Department of Health Human Services, National Institutes of Mental Health (1F31MH099924-01, “Piloting a Mobile App for HIV Risk Reduction among Young Latinas & Black Females”)
National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. Behavioral Science Training in Drug Abuse Research Predoctoral Fellowship (awarded but not accepted 2012).
National Institutes of Mental Health Fellow (Krauss, B., Parsons, J., Roye, C. & Wheeler, D., PI/co-Is, R25MH083602), (2008-2012).
Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University
The University of Texas at Austin