Eishelle M. Tillery

Eishelle M. Tillery, has over 20 years of experience In the healthcare field working primarily in infection disease overseeing prevention and support service programs throughout New York City. Ms. Tillery received her Master of Social Work degree from Fordham University School of Social Services where she majored in Client -Centered Management and specialized in Gerontology. She recently began her first year at Tulane University’s Doctorate of Social Work program Summer 2021.

Ms. Tillery currently is working in the youth development field focusing on youth programming, health and safety operations of school age programs and building curricula activities within afterschool programs within the community school setting.

Ms. Tillery is currently an Adjunct Professor at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice Africana Studies Department and has taught at Molloy College School of Social Work and CUNY Hunter College Silberman School of Social Work. She has been a guest lecturer at many other colleges and universities.

Ms. Tillery is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated where she is the immediate past president of Pi Phi Omega Chapter in the Northeast Queens community.