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Antoinette Pigatt

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Human Services

Degree Program Ph.D. Human Services

Dr. Antoinette Pigatt’s educational toolbox includes a BA in History and Political Science, MS Criminal Justice Administration, MS Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling, MS Human Services (with specialization in Family Studies and Intervention Strategies), and a Ph.D. Human Services (with specialization in Family Studies and Intervention Strategies). She also holds credentials as a Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner, Sexual Assault Victim Advocate, and Juvenile Justice Advocate.

Dr. Pigatt’s experience in the field of Human Services touches areas such as advocacy, juvenile justice, youth gang prevention and intervention, criminal justice, human trafficking, child abuse, sexual assault, spiritual wellness, program development, program evaluation, and program management for local, national, and global humanitarian outreach. She loves teaching and has enjoyed mentoring and teaching human service professionals, correctional professionals, law enforcement, social workers, counselors, advocates, and the faith-based community to advance human service initiatives for over 12 years.