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Quin graduated from Wellesley College in the spring of 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. At Wellesley, Quin served as a House President, directing a residential hall while fostering community, advocating for residents’ mental health, and supervising a staff of Resident Assistants. Quin also worked as a Direct Care Counselor at The Walker School, teaching art and social communication and providing emotional and educational support to autistic students aged 5-14. Before joining the Faja Lab, Quin worked as a Clinical Research Assistant with the VA and McLean hospitals, studying how fMRI neurofeedback and mindfulness practices can be utilized to reduce auditory hallucinations in adults with schizophrenia. With a passion for mental health advocacy and equity in education, Quin aspires to receive a PhD in Clinical Psychology to continue working with autistic children and their families. When not at work, Quin enjoys crafting, exploring Boston, and reading fantasy novels.