Genevieve Graaf, Ph.D.
Genevieve Graaf is an expert in child and family mental health, having received her Master’s of Social Work and Master’s of Science in Family Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is currently a doctoral candidate at University of California, Berkeley and works as an assistant researcher with The Mack Center on Non-profit and Public Sector Management in Human Services at University of California, Berkeley. Her work centers on child mental health policy, specifically as it relates to accessing to high quality and effective mental health care for seriously emotionally disturbed youth and their families. She helped develop the curriculum for the original More Fun with Sisters and Brothers Program.