CHS Class of 1990 graduate, Dr. Nicole Warren, currently serves as the School Psychologist for Cheltenham High School. Dr. Warren attended University of Pittsburgh after CHS, earning an undergraduate degree in Psychology. Early professional experience includes time spent as an outpatient clinician and roles in public health management. In addition to her undergraduate degree, Dr. Warren holds a Masters of Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. In years following, she would concurrently earn a Doctorate of Counseling Psychology and Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Widener University. In addition to working at Cheltenham High School, Dr. Warren is a professor at University of Pennsylvania in the Graduate School of Education. As such, she teaches graduate level seminar classes in "Social Cultural Issues in Counseling", "Wellness & Addictions" and "Counseling Interventions." A mother of two, Dr. Warren's husband is also a CHS graduate. The Warren family lives in Cheltenham Township today, not far from the very elementary school Dr. Warren attended as a child. While immensely proud to serve as School Psychologist for Cheltenham High School, Dr. Warren is also proud of her current work as a Cultural Proficiency Teacher Leader for CHS as well as time spent delivering district-wide workshops on Youth Mental Health Training.