Doctoral Student, Department of Human and Organizational Development
Program: Community Research and Action
Admission Year: 2017
Julie Sriken is a doctoral student who joined the Community Research and Action program in 2017. Her background includes research and counseling focused on the relationship between victimization and inequality. She has contributed to studies of intimate partner violence among same sex partners; microaggressions based on race and sexual orientation; and business practices of NYC pimps. Her most recent publication is Pimps, Bottoms, and the Nexus of Caring and Cash in a Harlem Sex Market. In A. Horning & A. Marcus (Eds.) Third party sex work and pimps in the age of anti-trafficking. New York: Springer.
In her professional work, Julie provided crisis counseling to survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault, both on a hotlines program and in a community-based center. She also served as a counselor to non-traditionally admitted students in a NYC college. She graduated with an M.A. in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY.