Client Services CoordinatorAdministration, Anxiety Center
Hunter received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Seattle University. During his undergraduate career he conducted research on the effects of social media, sense of belonging, and gender identity on the perceptions of available gender affirming healthcare. This study sparked his desire to work with gender diverse individuals to promote access to gender affirming health services.
While at Seattle University Hunter also served as a teaching assistant for the biopsychology course where he honed his special interest in neuroscience, and the ways in which it informs all other aspects of our lives. This experience, paired with his passion for inclusive community health services, drives his desire to continue studying neuroscience within the realm of public health.
Outside of work, Hunter enjoys playing guitar, working towards his reading goal for the year, and spending time with his cat.