Thursday January 16th, 6:30pm
Find out more about the film and the movement at www.thebullyproject.com
Brandon O’Dell is currently a student at The College of New Jersey pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies with a concentration in Film, Television and Radio. He has worked on numerous creative projects throughout his college career including Nametag, a semester-long documentary project which explores the public perception of graffiti and street artists in the Philadelphia community.
Brandon has always had an interest in films, documentaries particularly, and their ability to change perceptions and open minds regarding topics that may not be at the forefront of society’s attention. He is excited to continue producing thought-provoking projects in the future and is currently in the process of creating his second short film.
Cindie Walline, LMSW graduated from Adelphi University with a Masters Degree in Social Work and has been employed by Student Assistance Services Corporation since 2005. She is a Certified Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Trainer and frequently present to school staff, students, and parents on research based bullying prevention and intervention strategies and the New York Dignity for All Students Act.
Esther Sohn, Psy.D., is a NYS and Nationally certified school psychologist and has worked with students (K-12) in Ossining Union Free School District for the past nine years. She currently works at Ossining High School in which she provides assessment, counseling, and consultation services to students, teachers, and familes. Dr. Sohn recently completed her doctoral studies in school psychology and completed her dissertation research on the emotional impact of bullying and cyberbullying.