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Helen Staab `10

IMG_0748Helen Marie Staab `10 majored in psychology at Earlham. While she was at the College, Helen was active in the literary magazine Crucible, Spectrum, and the Program Board. She completed a master's degree in clinical social work at Simmons School of Social Work. Helen lives in Boston, Massachusetts, with her partner Sophia and cat Shackleton, working as an in-home therapist for Arbour Counseling Services. She began her term on the Alumni Council in 2018 and is currently part of the Off Campus Affairs Committee. Helen’s favorite memories at Earlham include the cardboard and duct tape robot battles of 3rd floor Barrett, watching fireflies at Miller Farm, and spontaneous five person dance parties wherever they may happen.

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