Elizabeth Stannard Gromisch is a recent graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, CT with a B.S. in Neuroscience, with minors in Japanese and Classical Tradition, where her thesis was on learning, memory and attention deficits in female college-age sexual assault survivors with post-traumatic stress disorder. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology. She has clinical experience working with children with learning disabilities, survivors of sexual assault, and traumatic brain injury patients. Elizabeth loves foreign language and speaks several, including French, Japanese and Italian, and she plans to learn many more.
For three years in undergraduate, she was the senior co-editor of the Feminist Scholarship Review and Women Unite! at the Trinity College Women and Gender Resource Action Center. Elizabeth is an advocate for women’s health, lobbying on Congress for reproductive health rights. Her work has appeared in Campus Progress, EmpowHer, The Women’s International Perspective, Elevate Difference, Girlistic and Della Donna. Elizabeth has worked on the Editorial Collective at Elevate Difference and is a contributing editor for several of Bright Hub's Education channels, include Special Education, K-12 Education, Language Learning, Post Grad, and Homework and Study Tips.