Jesse Boggis, BA

Jesse Boggis, BA, works as Research Assistant II for The Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Research. Her main responsibilities at CeASAR include: recruitment and clinician training for the NIAAA-funded Computerized-Screening and Brief MET Intervention to Reduce Teen Drinking primary at East Boston Neighborhood Health Center and Cambridge Health Alliance and collaboration with McLean Hospital’s NIH-funded study entitled “Consequences of Adolescent Alcohol Use on Brain Development”. Concurrently, Jesse also manages the CeASAR website. Jesse graduated from Wheaton College (MA) with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English and is interested in empirically-based sexual assault and substance use prevention/intervention programs and motivational interviewing for at-risk youth. Jesse plans to continue her education at Boston University School of Public Health MPH program in Fall 2016.