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Skills Summary:

Resource Management


Survey Design

Program Evaluation

Strategic Planning

Budget Development

Problem Solving

Conflict Resolution

Leadership & Training

Client Advocacy

Time Management

Community Outreach

Research Design

Statistical Analysis


Current & Recent Service Activities:

Faculty Advisor, Phi Alpha Chi Zeta Chapter

Board Member and Secretary, Cannon County S.A.V.E.

Member, Faculty Benefits & Welfare Committee

Professional Experience: 

  • Director of Social Work 

    • Supervise faculty, staff, graduate assistants, and field students​

    • Coordinate completion of program self-study for accreditation reaffirmation by the CSWE

    • Streamline scheduling and running of events within the program​

    • Increase efficiencies in necessary programmatic processes 

    • Strategic plan to develop a Ph.D. program 

    • Fortify communication processes among faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other stakeholders

    • Facilitate recruitment and retention of students, faculty, and staff

    • Maintain positive working relationships with colleagues within and outside of the program

    • Lead faculty search committees for tenure-track professionals 

    • Collaborate on the post-quarantine revitalization of the TSU C.A.R.E.S. 

  • Direct Practice

    • Presentation of ​relevant information and recommendations to key stakeholders

    • Rapport building, awareness activities, trust building

    • Budgeting, strategic and project planning, policy and procedure development

    • Collaboration and resource exchange

    • Fundraising and charity events

    • Advocacy for clients, families, and workers

    • Community outreach

    • Steering Committee engagement

    • COVID-19 research to develop community level interventions 

    • Personal development training

    • Behavior modification training

    • Conflict resolution

    • Mentorship of field students, GAs, and other young individuals

    • Goal completion with minimal supervision, as well as with colleagues

  • Teaching

    • Multiple courses in different disciplines​

    • Curriculum development and implementation

    • Performance evaluation and constructive feedback

    • Collaboration to identify needs and challenges, and coordinate needs for student success

    • Online course development and redesign

    • Modeling the requirements of the NASW Code of Ethics and Council on Social Work Education competencies

  • Research

    • Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods data collection and analysis​​

    • Data management

    • Article reviews and editing

    • Collaboration on various research projects 

    • Development and management of large and complex databases

    • Survey design and testing

    • Ensure confidentiality and ethical treatment of participants

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