Staff Assistant, The Disparities Solutions Center
Miss Beiter is a Staff Assistant for the Mongan Institute for Health Policy and the Disparities Solutions Center. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and English from Suffolk University. Prior to working at the DSC, she interned with the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare, working to increase the quality of the patient-caregiver relationship in health systems across America and the U.K. In 2011, Miss Beiter conduced research on the portrayal of female offenders in "non-fiction" crime television shows, which she presented at the American Society of Criminology's Annual meeting in Washinton, DC. While at Suffolk, Miss Beiter tutored students from across the globe at Suffolk's Writing Center, advocated for LGBT rights in Detroit as a service member for Alternative Spring Break, and designed a collaborative art project on display at Suffolk's annual V-Day performance which works to end gender violence.