Thérèse received her Master of Social Work and PhD in Sociology and Social Work from Boston University, where she currently serves as a lecturer, introducing students to the concepts and procedures fundamental to descriptive and inferential statistics. She has also served as a practicum instructor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in the Office for Educational Programs, directing field experience projects for Master of Public Health students. She previously worked at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in the Connors Center for Women’s Health Policy and Gender Biology, and at the Massachusetts Medical Society, the publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine.
Throughout her career, Thérèse has published several articles on healthcare issues including women’s health, addiction, substance use and misuse, and the role of social work in healthcare, and presented on these topics at many conferences and meetings.
In 2022, Thérèse founded Community-Led Solutions, LLC. Thérèse has been a board member at the Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester since 2018, and recently joined Labouré's Board of Directors in 2022.