About Amanda Clinton
is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Puerto Rico who specializes in violence prevention, culture and bilingualism, learning disabilities, and early childhood. She is a credentialed school psychologist and a licensed psychologist with experience in educational, hospital, and clinic settings in addition to research and teaching. Dr. Clinton was previously awarded a Fellowship by the Organization of American States and recognized as a Fulbright Scholar. She has published articles in English and Spanish regarding learning, behavior, and violence prevention issues and is currently spear-heading research projects based in Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, as well as Puerto Rico. Amanda authored the Nicaragua and Colombia chapters in Greenwood Publishing Group / Praeger series.