Shoshana Aronowitz

2016 cohort, University of Pennsylvania
Shoshana Aronowitz, BA, MSN, FNP-BC, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar, is interested in mental health, trauma, substance abuse and the criminal justice system.

She earned her BA from McGill University and her MSN from University of Vermont.

Aronowitz has worked as an RN at a substance abuse clinic and on a buprenorphine clinical trial in Burlington, VT. She has also worked as an FNP at Planned Parenthood of North Country New York and Soteria Vermont. Her master’s thesis, which focused on the experiences of individuals who lost access to medication-assisted treatment for opiate abuse when they were incarcerated, was published in the Journal of Correctional Healthcare.

Aronowitz lives in Philadelphia, PA.