An alumnus of George Washington University, Todd Belok began his career in health care while earning his bachelor of arts in political science. He became a certified emergency medical technician (EMT) in 2008 and served with the Capitol Heights Volunteer Fire Department all four years of his undergraduate studies. For his skillful performance on the job, Todd Belok was named volunteer EMS lieutenant the following year.
Transitioning his career to behavioral health, Todd Belok became a psychiatric technician with the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, primarily working within the Child Unit and the Center for Post-Traumatic and Dissociative Disorders. After completing his undergraduate studies in 2012, he joined the Children’s National Medical Center and worked with children in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for two years.
In 2014, Todd Belok enrolled in Drexel University, where he is a candidate for an M.S. in biomedical science. He is also a mental health technician for the Temple University Hospital-Episcopal Campus, assisting psychiatric patients in daily activities.