Nicolette TomaszewskiNicolette graduated Austin Peay with a bachelor's and master's degree in Psychology. During her undergraduate time here at Austin Peay, she served as the President of the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance and was an active volunteer for the Women's and Gender Studies Program. After college, she became a case manager for mentally ill adults here in Clarksville. After completing her master's degree at APSU, she was hired as lead therapist at the Clarksville Sexual Assault Center. The center serves clients with and without health insurance.
I graduated in 2008 with a degree in Communications (concentration in Broadcast Media) and a double minor in Health and Human Performance and Women's Studies. After graduation, I moved to Milledgeville, GA and worked at the Library and Instructional Technology Center at Georgia College & State University as a Library Technical Assistant for a period of two years. After completing a master's in Library Science at University of Kentucky, I worked as an academic librarian at the Librqary and Instructional Technology Center at Georgia College & State University. I was hired to work as an academic librarian at APSU in Fall 2017.