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Alumni Story

Adriannah Rodriguez – Sosa ‘17

Adriannah Sosa is currently a licensed physical therapist working in the home care setting serving the geriatric and pediatric population. Dr. Sosa's love for human performance has driven her to obtain over 10 years of physical therapy experience. First starting as a volunteer, then as an aide, she persevered to obtain her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from NYU where she gained a variety of PT experiences in inpatient and outpatient arenas covering a variety of disciplines such as orthopedics, cardiopulmonology, wound care and sports rehab to name a few. Her experiences have brought her to perform therapeutic services globally working with Olympic athletes in Trinidad & Tobago and in Israel.

Dr. Sosa's passion for helping those in need means she also spends her time teaching adaptive dance classes to children with cognitive and physical challenges for the Dancing Dreams Organization. She believes everyone deserves the chance to dance as it is the secret to a healthy life.

Dr. Sosa is a proud SFC alumna, class of 2017. During her time at as a student, she studied Health Promotions & Science, worked for the center for career exploration and participated in many extracurricular activities holding leadership roles in The Latin American Society, The LGBTQ club, Duns Scotus Honors Society and on the dance team.

Dr. Sosa recently returned to the college becoming a senior adjunct professor teaching courses for the exercise and movement science major along with health issues and dance & rhythmic skills.

As a Brooklyn native, she loves to serve her community in any way she can, helping shape the minds of tomorrow.

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