Social Justice, Social Media, Social WorkMindfulness is a state of mind..
I love social work and social justice, and I'm passionate about understanding how human services use those two pieces and social media to create better conditions in their communities.
I have a longstanding interest and practice background in nonprofit leadership, infrastructure and capacity building and technological advances for use in practice. My practice life focused on the youth development, education and juvenile justice realms, sometimes all at one time.
Prior to joining the faculty at Fordham’s Graduate School of Social Service, I worked for organizations such as CASES, The Urban Assembly (UA), the Posse Foundation and The DOME Project.
I hold an M.S.W. from SUNY Stony Brook with a concentration in planning, administration, and research and a PhD from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University.
My teaching includes: policy analysis, proposal and program development, philanthropy and human rights and social justice, infusing weighty subjects with laughter, yoga and mindfulness based practices (really).
Now accepting funding..
Reach out. Tell me about yourself, your work, or a really good resource I should know about (people, links, orgs, a great yoga pose)