Nicole Hebert, MSW, LICSW
Nicole Hebert, MSW, LICSW, is the director of accessibility services and the Wildcat LEAP (Learning Effectiveness in Action Program) at Johnson & Wales University.
Hebert created Wildcat LEAP to help bridge the gap between high school and college for students with diagnoses of ADHD, anxiety and executive functioning disorder. The 10-month program provides one-on-one support and small group instruction for first-year students by helping them identify their learning styles and build a community of peer support.
Hebert earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of New Hampshire, her master’s degree in social work from Rhode Island College and has completed coursework for her PhD in education at the University of Rhode Island.
In addition to her educational qualifications, Hebert is a licensed independent clinical social worker.
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