Jaimie Krause (Fellows Program Training Manager)
Jaimie Krause is Fellows Program Training Manager with New York Needs You.
Jaimie has served in a variety of roles related to student development and support including instruction, curriculum development, counseling, and research. Prior to New York Needs You, Jaimie spent ten years teaching college courses in learning and study strategies and developmental psychology to undergraduate students at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas State University, Austin Community College, and most recently, the City College of New York. She still teaches program evaluation part-time at City College in the Graduate Psychology Department. Most in line with her current position at NYNY, Jaimie has written curriculum for the Parenting and Paternity Awareness Collegiate project with the Texas Office of the Attorney General. She also developed a hybrid learning and study strategies course at Austin Community College. As a counselor at American YouthWorks Charter School in Austin, Jaimie helped first-generation students enroll in college. Finally, she has published (and continues to conduct) research on factors which impact the success of first-generation college students and presents her work at national conferences.
A recent transplant to the big City, Jaimie is a native Floridian although she also claims Austin, TX as home. She attended graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin where she earned her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (with an emphasis on Human Development, Culture, and the Learning Sciences), her M.A. in Program Evaluation, and her M.Ed. in Counseling. It all started, though, with her B.S. in Psychology at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL.