Kelsey Boucher, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work, Wins Kidder Prize
Kelsey Boucher, clinical assistant professor in the department of social work, has won a 2022 Kidder Award. This award seeks to honor those who, through their scholarship, leadership, or outstanding efforts, foster greater understanding of sexual orientation and gender expression at the University of New Hampshire.
Kelsey joined the UNH department of social work in 2015 and has been an active advocate for LGBTQ+ students in the department as well as across the UNH community. She currently serves as Chair of the social work department's CERGE committee (Committee on Ethnicity Race and Gender Equity), and serves in the role of DEI Fellow for the College's Committee on Ethnicity and Race Equity (CERE).