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Waganesh Zeleke

Associate professor
Duquesne University

Waganesh Zeleke is associate professor of mental health counseling at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a nationally certified counselor. She serves as an associate editor for Frontiers in Education: Special Educational Needs and as guest editor for different journals. Zeleke published more than 35 scholastic articles in peer-reviewed journals on various topics, including autism in Africa, mental health disparity, child and family relationships, international adoption, trauma and immigrant health.

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