B.A., Speech Communication and Minor Psychology, Georgia State University 2008
Master's of Nonprofit Organizations, University of Georgia 2011
Masters' of Social Work, University of Michigan 2013
Yasmine Bey is a Ph.D. student at Georgia State University in Educational Policy Studies, with a concentration in research, measurement, and statistics. She works as a research coordinator II in the Center for Evaluation and Research Services at Georgia State University. Ms. Bey graduated in 2008 from Georgia State with a bachelor’s in speech communication and a minor in psychology and started her career as an AmeriCorps VISTA as a Family Literacy Coordinator for Refugee Family Services, now New American Pathways.
Afterward, she received her master’s of nonprofit organizations from the Institute of Nonprofits at the University of Georgia and a master’s of social work from the University of Michigan, where she majored in interpersonal practice/mental health and minoring in community organizing.
She has worked with a wide variety of marginalized populations including refugees and immigrants, homeless individuals, survivors of domestic violence, low-income seniors, foster children, union workers and the severely mentally ill. Her research interests include social network analysis and intersections of art, mixed methods research and community organizing.
Ogletree, S. L., & Bey, Y. (2021). Academy for Future Teachers: Transitioning to Virtual Delivery. School-University Partnerships, 14(3), 191-215.