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Georgia Kramer, MCJ

Co-Response Jail Diversion Clinician - Framingham

Georgia earned a dual bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Justice Studies with a minor in Forensics from the University of New Hampshire. She went on to receive her master’s degree in Justice Studies at the University of New Hampshire.  During her academic career, Georgia interned at two correctional facilities in New Hampshire, focusing her research on recidivism rates in the jail system. Upon graduating, Georgia worked as an Ongoing Social Worker for the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families. Her other previous work experience includes serving as a Hotline worker for DCF and responding to after hour emergency calls.  Currently she serves as the Co-Response Jail Diversion Clinician for the evening shift at the Framingham Police Department.