David R. Previously, he served 6 years on the faculty of Yale University and 14 at the University of Michigan. Williams is an internationally recognized social scientist focused on social influences on health. His research has enhanced our understanding of the complex ways in which socioeconomic status, race, stress, racism, health behavior and religious involvement can affect health.
He is the author of more than scientific papers and he has served on the editorial board of 12 scientific journals and as a reviewer for over 60 others. The Everyday Discrimination Scale that he developed is one of the most widely used measures of discrimination in health studies. He has received numerous honors and awards. He was the first non-white scholar to receive the Leo G. Reeder Award from the American Sociological Association. Williams directed the South African Stress and Health Study, the first nationally representative study of the prevalence and correlates of mental disorders in sub-Sahara Africa.
He was also a key member of the team that conducted the National Study of American Life, the largest study of mental health disorders in the African American population in the U. Williams has been involved in the development of health policy at the national level in the U. He has served on the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics and on eight committees for the National Academy of Medicine, including the committee that prepared the Unequal Treatment report. Williams has played a visible, national leadership role in raising awareness levels of the problem of health inequalities and identifying interventions to address them.
This national, independent and nonpartisan health commission was focused on identifying evidence-based non-medical strategies that can improve the health of all Americans and reduce racial and socioeconomic gaps in health.
Karina L. Walters has over 20 years of experience in social epidemiological research on the historical, social, and cultural determinants of health among AIAN populations as well as chronic disease prevention research e. Walters has served as Principal Investigator or Co-I on over 37 National Institute of Health NIH grants 13 as PI from diverse NIH institutes; has mentored over 90 scholars from historically underrepresented populations including 35 AIAN scholars; and has participated in 14 national research training programs for underrepresented ethnic minority scholars.
Walters received her B. Prior to her career in academia, Dr. Stacey Abrams is an author, serial entrepreneur, nonprofit CEO and political leader. Abrams was the first black woman to become the gubernatorial nominee for a major party in the United States. In February , she became the first African-American woman to deliver a response to the State of the Union address.
Sought-out to speak everywhere from TED, where her talk has racked up over a million views and counting, to college campuses, to the Commonwealth Club, Abrams is a powerful and passionate speaker heralded for her candid insights on politics, leadership, entrepreneurship, social justice, and being a true force for change. From her experiences launching a company, to starting a day care center for homeless teen moms, to running a successful political campaign, Abrams illuminates that finding what you want to fight for is as critical as knowing how to turn thought into action.
In addition to Lead from the Outside, Abrams has also written eight romantic suspense novels under the pen name Salena Montgomery. Tiffany D. She is a sought after effervescent voice in the progressive discourse. Tiffany has lent her expertise to numerous local, state, and federal candidates as well as issue campaigns. Tiffany is a proud member of the National Association of Black Journalists. Merritt has extensive experience as a practitioner in the private and public child welfare systems, and as a researcher with interests including child maltreatment prevention; maltreatment type definitional issues; neighborhood structural impact on maltreatment; and experiences of those served by public child welfare systems.
More specifically, her research focuses on parenting in socio-economic context, considering the impact of working memory on parental decision-making. Overall, her scholarship is dedicated to providing empirical and meaningful knowledge useful to bolster the well being of children and families, specifically through contributing their voices in the discussion of prevention methods. Her current work advances our understanding of parenting in traumatic environments, systems oversight and the correlations between the chronic trauma of child neglect and family well being outcomes.
Since the election of Donald J. She is the author of several books and numerous articles on juvenile and criminal justice and also publishes on critical race theory and social work education. Cherie Brown has had a lifetime commitment to doing social justice work. She founded The National Coalition Building Institute in , with a goal of training activists and leaders all over the world in the coalition building skills necessary to end the divisions that separate people. Brown has an M. Ed in Counseling and Consulting Psychology from Harvard University and over the last thirty-four years, in partnership with many NCBI Leaders, has built NCBI into one of the leading diversity training and grassroots leadership organizations with chapters or Affiliate teams in over 40 communities worldwide.
For the past 40 years, Cherie has led workshops all over the world on anti- Semitism and the intersection of anti- Semitism and Racism. Courses developed from his dissertation have been implemented at Columbia University, Temple University, City College, and the University of Pennsylvania amongst others. Cameron is a social worker, educator and facilitator, and the Program Director at the Center for Justice at Columbia University where he supports a variety of programmatic efforts to advance individual, institutional, and societal transformation for a more just and safe world.
He is committed to reimagining our responses to human behavior and pathways to social justice and to contributing towards the larger movement of anti-oppressive social work practice. At the Center for Justice, his work is focused on ending the punishment paradigm and advancing approaches to justice rooted in prevention, healing, and accountability. Cameron is currently a Ph. She is currently serves a Co-founder and Executive Director of S. She is a Move to End VIolence fellow.
Highlights include moderating a plenary featuring Dr. At the root of most of the social problems social workers address are a host of structural and systemic issues that put disenfranchised communities at risk. Racism is certainly at the forefront of these issues. Although many of the scholarly papers that make up the Grand Challenges underscore the need to include race and discrimination as variables, the distinctiveness of racism as an overarching and causal factor is not captured within this collective body of work.
This session will highlight the profound impact of racism on society, its importance to social work research, and will demonstrate why it is necessary for race and racism to not only be prominently integrated into every Grand Challenge, but also to emerge as the 13 th Grand Challenge for the Social Work profession.
The first speaker will provide an overview of the far reaching parameters of racism in society, and how it relates to existing Grand Challenges, and social work at large. The second speaker will provide a specific example of how racism impacts health disparities and attempts to close the health gap.
The third speaker will discuss the importance of integrating racism into existing Grand Challenges and designating racism as the 13th Grand Challenge for the Social Work profession. His primary research interests include African American adolescent development, cultural diversity, social welfare policy and Black Studies. He has written widely in the area of school-based practice with Black youth, diversity in social work education, and the impact of education policy on Black youth.
He is of Native Hawaiian descent. His research examines health and wellness among Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders and is focused on interventions that promote health among Native Hawaiians through indigenous practices and values. He has published extensively on the implications of race and discrimination on the physical and mental health of populations of color, including his recent edited book on Microaggression and Social Work Research, Education, and Practice.
Melissa Wood Bartholomew is a racial justice and healing practitioner whose multidisciplinary approach to healing justice is rooted in the African philosophy of Ubuntu, restorative justice, and love. Her research interests include the impact of racism, incarceration, and other systems of oppression on the mental health of Black people, and the role of spirituality in their resilience.
She is committed to the work of eradicating racism and healing from its effects through multidisciplinary, spiritually engaged strategies emerging from her experiences as a public interest lawyer, minister, and social worker. She also serves as part-time faculty at Boston College where she teaches a course in diversity in the School of Social Work and restorative justice in the School of Law.
Join us for the annual doctoral student luncheon! All students are welcome. Lunch will be provided for doctoral students. She examines the parenting support needs of underserved groups including new fathers and military-connected parents, and collaborates to develop and test parenting interventions to meet their needs. In her intervention work, she seeks to capitalize on existing technology or create new technology to more effectively reach the target population and address their specific needs.
In her current research, Dr. Walsh aims to identify effective strategies to support emerging competencies in early parenthood and promote nurturing parent-child relationships among parents who face barriers to initiating or maintaining positive involvement with their children.
In one line of current research, Dr. This work inspires her continuing interest in efforts to prevent domestic violence and child maltreatment, and build protective factors that help buffer children and families from adverse experiences. Her fields of interest include racial inequities in health,social determinants of health, and poverty and inequality.
Sacks is also the principal investigator of two projects on immigration and health including a bi-national study of migration, labor, and health among indigenous Mexican women in California and Oaxaca, Mexico.
She also leads a study of gender dynamics and food stamp participation among Latina immigrants in California in collaboration with the Berkeley Food Institute and the UC Berkeley Nutrition Policy Institute. In addition to her scholarship, Dr. Sacks collaborates with Carlos Javier Ortiz, a photographer and documentary filmmaker, on issues affecting Black and Latino communities. Louis International Film Festivals among others. Prior to joining Berkeley Social Welfare,Dr.
Her experience includes serving as the special assistant to the director of the CDC, legislative director of the Baltimore City Health Department, and executive director of a non-profit healthcare organization. Bonnie Duran Dr. She received herDr. She has worked in public health research, evaluation and education among Tribes, Native Organizations and other communities of color for over 35 years.
The overall aims of Dr. She has many publications including articles in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters and books. Bonnie Duran is also a Buddhist mindfulness practitioner and teacher. Tricia Bent-Goodley is a social work educator and licensed clinical social worker withover 25 years of experience in clinical, administrative, and educational roles. Her clinicalcareer has focused on providing care to children, youth and families with specialization inaddressing trauma and violence.
She has developed academic and student support programs in her tenure at Howard working to support the intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual development of undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Bent-Goodley is also a researcher with sustained funding in areas of sexual and domesticviolence prevention, healthy relationship education, engaging men and boys, andconducting community-driven and faith-based research.
Her current funding is in the areaof Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention. She has many scholarly publicationsincludingbooks in areas of marriage, social policy, domestic violence, and social workentrepreneurship. Believing in the importance of service, Dr.
Bent-Goodley received her B. She is proudest of being a wife and mother. Mentoring is a significant part of learning for doctoral students and is becoming even more important because of the increased complexity of the educational environment, competitiveness of the job market, and increased expectations on doctoral students to perform. Strategic mentoring includes navigating multiple demands and being confidently prepared as emerging scholars.
These might include developmental milestones such as parenthood, unique mental health challenges, or just normal stress in going through an intense doctoral educational process. Also, in an increasingly diverse and complex social environment, mentoring pertaining to diversity and inclusion is an important issue needing further exploration. Mo Yee Lee, Ph. Her scholarship focuses on intervention research using a solution-focused, strengths-based, and systems perspective as well as utilizing integrative body-mind-spirit approaches in mental health treatment.
Charlotte Lyn Bright, Ph. Her research focuses on populations and services within the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, and on development of substance use and offending behaviors among adolescents. She has specific interests in gender, trauma, and implementation of best practices.
She is currently the editor-in-chief of the journal Social Work Research. Bright teaches courses on data analysis and integrating theory with research methods. Her social work practice and administration experience is with youth and families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. After receiving his MSSW from The University of Texas at Austin in , Ray served in the state hospital system in Texas working with adolescents and adults with mental health and substance use issues.
Ray is currently pursuing research interests in clinical interventions for mental health and trauma, and is particularly interested in solution-focused and integrative body-mind-spirit approaches. Ray has been awarded the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Association Research Award to conduct a pilot evaluation of solution-focused and body-mind-spirit group therapy for mental health and trauma symptoms among Asian-American immigrant and refugee youth.
The GRI provides therapeutic case management services to people pre and post release from the Philadelphia Department of Prisons, while training MSW students to work in the criminal justice field. Before working in Philadelphia, she was a Youth Development Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay, and worked in and unionized a residential treatment center in Portland, Oregon.
Louis; Bernadine Waller, Adelphi University. Success in the academy requires that scholars be socialized and provided the skills and knowledge they will need as educators and researchers. Notably, how an individual understands their role as a faculty member begins not with the first faculty position but actually during or prior to their graduate school experience. Without the socialization process, and mentorship, doctoral students are likely to struggle and commit avoidable mistakes.
For many, such as scholars of color, success in the academy does not allow room for error, and undoubtedly those errors can cause individuals to suffer lasting consequences. Those mistakes are often the result of limited access to information, as well as a lack of the social capital that is required for a successful academic career.
Henrika McCoy M. The study focused on creating an instrument that can be used with young Black males ages 18 to 24 to identify their violent victimization experiences, related coping strategies, resulting needs, and supports employed. Her research, influenced by her experience as a clinician working with children, youth and their families who were experiencing a myriad of challenges, has been funded by diverse sources, including: the Fahs Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities, the Administration for Children and Families, and the National Institute of Justice.
Camille R. Quinn has over 20 years of professional and administrative social work and research experience in social and health community-based services, and research. Her primary research investigates the mechanisms that underlie individual and structural barriers associated with recidivism and comorbid mental health disparities of youth and young adults. Her mixed methods research is guided by race-based, criminological, and social determinants of health theories to inform and culturally tailor interventions for youth of color to reduce their recidivism and mental health burden.
In , Dr. Currently, Dr. She is also partnering with the Ohio Department of Youth Services to investigate and racial differences in aggression, criminal offense, and comorbid mental health problems trauma, substance use and suicidal thoughts and behaviors while in corrections, as well as structural barriers associated with recidivism and mental health problems when they re-enter society. In addition, she is launching a multi-city mixed methods pilot study with young adults and providers to explore the effect of structural and systemic barriers on youth desistence from crime, complex associations between the involvement of systems and intersectional structural factors among African American youth.
This work is informed by specialized training in mixed methods Harvard University and the prevention and intervention of suicide and violence research University of Rochester. Joon Choi is the Director for the Ph. Her current National Institute of Justice-funded research focuses on developing and evaluating a domestic violence online case simulation training for religious leaders, with the goal of promoting victim safety in immigrant communities.
She conducts research to improve the well-being of children and adolescents with an emphasis on the intersection of family and justice systems. Her scholarship in child welfare primarily examines issues related to investigation, services, and judicial representation while her work in juvenile justice examines issues related to trauma, delinquency, and rehabilitation.
She is especially interested in work that seeks to prevent and respond to child sexual abuse through multi-system approaches. Jenny Jones, Ph. Young, Jr. Her primary research examines administrative practice to include supervision and organizational culture and its impact on service delivery and child well-being. State University of New York at Brockport. Nazareth College; M. Patricia Caballero Schillaci , Adjunct — B. Loyola Marymount University; M. Santa Barbara Graduate Institute; M. Notre Dame; Ed.
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Canisius College. Amy Lyons , Adjunct — B. Jean MacKenzie , Adjunct — B. Niagara University; M. Joshua Massicot , Adjunct - M. Eastman School of Music. A Hamilton College; Ed. Cristina Mesores , Adjunct — B. Portland State University Oregon ; M. Emory University; M. Daemen College; D. Sarah Misco , Adjunct - B. Hunter College; M. University of California-Santa Cruz.
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