Eloiza Jorge, MSW, MA, LCSW, CPC

Eloiza is a coach and therapist.  Her professional career began in urban education. She later became a teacher-trainer and part-time lecturer.  Her BA is from Rutgers with majors in Sociology and Women’s Studies. At UC Berkeley she earned an MA in Social & Cultural Studies in Education. She completed a coaching credential (CPC) through Leadership That Works in 2009.  In 2018 she earned a second masters, an MSW.  

Social justice, racial equality and environmental conservation are three issues to which she is committed.  She began developing an anti-bias lens in her late teens, taking part in the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond’s Undoing Racism training in 1993.

Eloiza’s hobbies include Afro-Caribbean dance, collage art and writing. She’s also deeply interested in spirituality and healing. She’s a single mother of two.