- pronouns She, Her, Hers
- education Master of Social Work, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Bachelors of Arts, Health and Human Services: Community Mental Health, University at Buffalo, SUNY Download CV
Greer Hamilton is currently a doctoral student with interests in race and racism, inequality, community engagement, collective action, participatory action research, and community-based participatory research. Before joining BU as a doctoral student, Greer worked at the John R. Oishei Foundation’s Mobile Safety-Net Team as a Community Impact Coordinator. As a Community Impact Coordinator, she facilitated and coordinated community-based coalitions in Erie and Niagara Counties in New York State. She also worked as a Program Manager for Erie Niagara Area Health Education Center in Buffalo, NY. As Program Manager, Greer was responsible for developing and implementing education and exposure programs for underrepresented and underserved youth interested in health professions. She is currently a board member for Black Love Resists in the Rust, an intentional community organizing home for Black and Brown people in Buffalo, NY. Greer graduated from the University at Buffalo, SUNY with a dual degree Bachelors of Arts and Master of Social Work in 2016.