Dara Raboy-Picciano, LCSW-R
Dara Raboy-Picciano is currently a Senior Counselor at the University Counseling Center at Binghamton University. Her areas of expertise are sexual trauma, sexual assault and bereavement issues. In addition, she is a field instructor and adjunct professor to the Division of Social Work. Ms. Raboy-Picciano has done extensive training in the area of sexual assault with both staff and students at Binghamton University, having designed and implemented new sexual assault education programs for Residential Life Staff, Orientation, and the EOP Summer Program. She is a co-founder of the 20:1 Fraternity Peer Education Program on Sexual Assault Prevention. Ms. Raboy-Picciano has also presented at statewide and national conferences on issues of sexual assault and sexual trauma. In addition, Ms. Raboy-Picciano was invited to present nationally as well as give an instructional Webinar for the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) in conjunction with the US Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women on the 20:1 sexual assault prevention program. Ms. Raboy-Picciano was also invited to sit on a professional focus panel on Interpersonal Partner Violence by Assemblyperson Glick (New York State Assembly). Ms. Raboy-Picciano Picciano and the 20:1 program have been highlighted in both the Chronicle of Higher Education and Academic-Impressions.
Mr. Edouard currently serves as the Director of the Educational Opportunity Program at Binghamton University. He also is on the professional team for the 20:1 Peer Education Sexual Assault Prevention Program. Prior to arriving at Binghamton, he was at Stony Brook University for twelve years and he served as Assistant Director of the Educational Opportunity Program; he also served as Senior Counselor, Senior Academic Advisor, Instructional Coordinator, Recruitment Weekend Coordinator, Mentor Program Coordinator, Academic Improvement Program Coordinator, Summer Program Coordinator, and Summer Program Residential Supervisor at Stony Brook. Mr. Edouard was also an Academic Coordinator for the Children of Many Educational Talents (COMET) and Success Through Academic Readiness (STAR) Programs at Roosevelt Jr./Sr. High School in Long Island, New York where he taught English to 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th graders who were considered “at-risk” students.
Nicole Ramos, Graduate Assistant
My name is Nicole Ramos. I am the Graduate Assistant for the 20:1 sexual assault prevention program. I am a first year Masters of Social Work student. In the future, I would like to work with pediatric cancer patients as a social worker. I was an intern for 20:1 when I was a junior at Binghamton University. I look forward to working with 20:1 again because it was be an incredibly rewarding experience for me. It is so important that individuals learn the seriousness involving sexual assault. Educating the interns now involved in the program on such an important topic is very exciting for me. Through 20:1 I know that I learned some facts of my own and I am excited to see the interns learn how to be role models for others on campus. I look forward to continuing to educate students on an ever so present issue in our society.
Andrea Kirwan, Graduate Assistant
My name is Andrea Kirwan, I am the Graduate Assistant for the 20:1 Bystander Intervention Program. I am in my second and final year in the Student Affairs Administration Masters program here at Binghamton. I graduated with my bachelors in Sociology from the University at Buffalo and have greatly enjoyed my experiences living in Binghamton. The upcoming year holds many exciting opportunities not only for myself, but for the 20:1 Bystander Intervention Program. I am honored to be involved with a program that’s aim is to make college campuses and their communities safer for everybody. I look forward to seeing the impact that the Bystander Intervention will have in the future.
Last Updated: 10/7/13