Jenna Campagna, M.A.
Jenna is doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program at Northeastern University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the College of the Holy Cross, and her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Boston College. Prior to graduate school, Jenna worked as a psychometrist and research assistant in pediatric neuropsychology at Rhode Island Hospital where she investigated the effects of pediatric cancer on children and families, sleep habits in pediatric cancer survivors, and attention in children with epilepsy. In addition to the More Fun with Sisters and Brothers Program, Jenna also assists with the Applied Psychology Program for Eating and Appearance Research (APPEAR) Lab at Northeastern University where she investigates the psychological impact of social media and pop culture on self-esteem, body image, and disordered eating in adolescent girls and young women. Jenna also has interest in the development of social media literacy programs and promoting the social/emotional functioning of women during the postpartum experience.