Sheryl is a first year student in the MA program in Forensic Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Sheryl is currently working with Dr. Chauhan on examining personality traits (i.e., self esteem and narcissism) and their cross sectional and longitudinal association to antisocial behavior among offending girls. She will focus specifically on whether these associations vary by race. Sheryl plans to pursue a doctorate in clinical psychology with a focus on personality disorders. She is enrolled in the EPIC Introduction to Biostatistics and Approaches to Race in Epidemiological Research courses at Columbia University in Summer 2012.