Dr. Michelle Hoy-Watkins, Faculty Member at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Named to Diversity MBA Magazine's Top 100 Under 50 Diverse Executives and Emerging Leaders
Michelle Hoy-Watkins, Psy.D., member of the faculty at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) – one of the leading nonprofit institutions devoted to psychology and the fields of behavioral and health sciences — has been named to Diversity MBA Magazine’s Top 100 Under 50 Diverse & Emerging Leaders. Diversity MBA Magazine is an online publication that supports business diversity by advancing understanding, validating best practices and rewarding leadership.
Since 2010, Dr. Hoy-Watkins has served as Chair of the Department of Forensic Psychology on TCSPP’s Chicago Campus. In 2002 she joined TCSPP as a faculty member, and in 2008 became Associate Chair of the Clinical Forensic Psy.D. Program. She obtained her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology and completed her internship at the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles and has worked as a contractual forensic psychologist for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. In the community, Dr. Hoy-Watkins has provided consultative services to the Center for Applied Psychology and Forensic Studies, where she performed pre-employment screenings and fitness for duty evaluations for local law enforcement agencies. Currently, she is a member of the Medical Consultant Contractual Staff at the Harold Washington Regional Social Security Center. Dr. Hoy-Watkins is the 2006 recipient of The Chicago School’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Excellence.
Dr. Hoy-Watkins was recognized for her commitment to excellence, education and community at Diversity MBA Magazine’s 7th Annual Business Leaders Conference & Awards Gala in Chicago, an industry event for diverse professionals in sales, technology, healthcare, marketing, government and entrepreneurs.