Our SHE-CAN Scholar:

Teebeh “Rose” Nyounway

SHE-CAN Scholar: Teebeh “Rose” Nyounway

Seeking a Public Health, Medical Research, and Biotechnology or Non-Profit and Social Justice Internship 

For a copy of Rose’s resume, please email Erika Wah in Community Building (ewah@shecan.global).

Teebeh “Rose” Nyounway is a first year at Bucknell University, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Computer Science. She is currently a Communications and Outreach Intern at Bucknell’s Institute for Public Policy, where she promotes the institution’s advancement through the publication and promotion of scheduled events through the Institutes’ social media pages and mail.

Rose is also a mental health activist, who through the help of SHE-CAN liberia, has launched the Mental Health Awareness and Support Program, Sane Minds, focused on providing mental health education and support to high school students in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia. She has also organized and coordinated several meetings and forums on mental health education which were facilitated by psychotherapists, Counselors and Social Workers. Rose is interested in a career that gives her the opportunity to blend her interests in psychology and computer science while championing the cause of mental health education in middle to low income countries.

Highlights From Rose’s Work Experience:

Intern, Bucknell Institute of Public Policy

Student Leader, Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, Bucknell University

Communication and Administration Intern, Smart Liberia

Social Worker, Ministry Of Gender, Children, and Social Protection

Languages Spoken: English and Koloqua


Academic Major

Class of 2027

Mentor Team

Deborah Mitchell Johnson, Clinical Psychologist, San Francisco DBT Center
Francie Burkhard, Psychotherapist, San Francisco DBT Center
Rachel Ogdie, Associate General Counsel, Confluent
Maria Esteve, Marriage and Family Therapist, San Francisco DBT Center
Mark Rosenthal, Social Worker