Park resident Tiffany Masson, Psy.D., member of the faculty at The Chicago School of Professional
Psychology (TCSPP) has been named to Diversity MBA
Magazine’s Top 100 Under 50 Diverse & Emerging Leaders. Diversity MBA
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understanding, validating best practices and rewarding leadership.
Dr. Masson is the Executive Director of the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Department Chair of the International Psychology Doctoral Programs at The Chicago School. She joined TCSPP in 2004 as an adjunct professor and, in 2010, became an associate professor, launching the first mental health clinic at TCSPP as Director of the school’s Forensic Center, as well as serving as Program lead for the M.A. Forensic Psychology Online Program. Dr. Masson obtained her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology. She was employed by Cook County Juvenile Court and Northwestern School of Law as a staff psychologist. Among her community involvement, Dr. Masson is a task force member of the Illinois Child Trauma Coalition; an author in developing and expanding the Global HOPE Training Initiative; and is part of a team of TCSPP faculty and staff who voluntarily formed a Child and Adolescent Coalition committed to working with community organizations to address the issue of sexually trafficked youth. In 2008, Dr. Masson received The Chicago School’s Excellence in Public Service Teaching Award. Read her full biography here.
Dr. Masson 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.