Raesa Kaiteris was born and educated in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from Brooklyn College with a major in sociology and a minor in Russian and Chinese languages. Kaiteris was accepted for a fellowship in Asian studies at Seton Hall University, but life took a different direction with acceptance as a full scholarship student at Columbia University School of Social Work. Her post-master's experience included work experience in a variety of practice areas, including aging, health and rehabilitation, mental health and family services.
Her range of other experiences have included adjunct teaching, faculty advisement to social work students, and individual and family counseling. She has conducted numerous in-service trainings for social work practitioners, students and volunteer and presented at both national and international conferences, including the Council on Social Education's Annual Program meetings and the International Association of Schools of Social Work biannual conferences.
Kaiteris maintain a primary interest in international social work, has traveled extensively for both work and pleasure and will continue to encourage students' interests in global community development.
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