Ms. Duroska is a Haitian-American, Brooklyn native. She has always been passionate about working with young people of all ages. She spent her years in high school volunteering with youth in her church groups and carried that passion into her post-secondary education. Ms. Duroska is a graduate of the University at Albany’s Bachelor and Master’s of social welfare program with a Clinal practice. Her research during her time at the university was centered on the school to prison pipeline and what could be done to eliminate it. Since she’s graduated she’s fulfilled Behavior Intervention Specialists roles with a focus in restorative practices and emotional learning to reduce gaps in the pipeline.