Interim Dean of Institutional Equity and Inclusion, Director of Faculty Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, William Meredith Assistant Professor of Psychology
Dr. Hamlett is the current Dean of Institutional Equity and Inclusion and also the William Meredith Assistant Professor of Psychology at Connecticut College. Dr. Hamlett is also the co-investigator on a grant examining reparative solutions for historic racism which is funded by the Mellon Foundation in partnership with the Center for Social Solutions at the University of Michigan. By training, Dr. Hamlett is a former special education teacher and clinical psychologist with over two decades of experience in education, mental health treatment, and assessment. Dr. Hamlett graduated with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the State University of New York at Albany in 2010 and completed her pre- and post-doctoral fellowships in the Department of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. Upon graduation, Dr. Hamlett worked as an Instructor and Assistant Professor in the same department. Her current clinical and research interests include mental health and wellness, complex trauma, race-based and work-related traumatic stress, personality assessment, and organizational consulting in the areas of climate, culture, and equity-related organizational transformation. In addition to her administrative work and research, Dr. Hamlett works as an independent psychological evaluator and consultant locally and nationally.
Dr. Hamlett’s pronouns: She, Her, Hers
Phone: (860) 439-2533
Bill Hall 315B