Lincoln Hill, MA, is the 2017-2018 Graduate Assistant for the Center for the Human Rights of Children. Lincoln received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Boston University and her master's degree in Counseling from Northwestern University in 2015. Currently, Lincoln is a third-year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at Loyola University Chicago where she studies issues pertaining to racial and ethnic minority college student development, resilience, multiculturalism, and the acculturation and enculturation experiences of immigrants.
Lincoln is particularly interested in pursuing social action throughout all of her professional, clinical, and academic initiatives. She has worked in a mental health human rights clinic, volunteered with Heartland Alliance, served as a restorative practice coach within Chicago Public Schools, and serves on a variety of diversity related committees in Loyola and as a member of the Committee for the Advancement of Racial and Ethnic Diversity for the American Psychological Association for Graduate Students. Lincoln hopes to continue her development as culturally humble researcher and clinician by working with the Center around the intersections of educational access, mental wellness, and social justice.