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1 CURRICULUM VITAE JOAN LETENDRE Office Address: School of Social Work University of Connecticut West Hartford, Ct (860) Office (860) Fax EDUCATION 1999 Jane Addams College of Social Work at University of Illinois/ Chicago, Illinois Doctor of Philosophy, Social Work Center for Family Studies, Chicago, Illinois Family Systems Program 1977 University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, Chicago, Illinois Master of Arts, Social Work 1974 University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Cum Laude ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Current School of Social Work, University of Connecticut, West Hartford, Connecticut. Associate Professor School of Social Welfare, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, Assistant Professor Jane Addams College of Social Work, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois Visiting Lecturer School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL Lecturer University of Illinois, Institute of Juvenile Research, Chicago, Illinois Visiting Teaching Associate

2 Metropolitan Area Child Study-University of Illinois/Chicago, Illinois Small group coordinator OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 2001 CETLALIC, Alternative Language School, Cuernevaca, Mexico. 3 3 Culture and language immersion program Wilmette Junior High School, Wilmette, Illinois School Social Worker Mercy Hospital Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois Pediatric/Medical Social Worker Chicago Women's Health Center, Chicago, Illinois Social Worker Beacon Therapeutic School, Chicago, Illinois Social Worker Vista Vista Volunteer, Morgan Hill, California Interfaith Migrant Committee PUBLICATIONS Dissertation: Letendre, J. (1999). Leader and therapeutic influences on aggressive behaviors and prosocial skills in groups with children. Journal Articles: Letendre, J. & Werkmeister-Rozas, L. (In Press, 2014). She can t fight cuz she acts White : Identity and coping for girls of color in middle school. Children and Schools. Wilson, C. M., Letendre, J., Toi, H. & Bryan, J. (In Press, 2014). Utilizing mutual aid in reducing adolescent substance use and developing group engagement. Research on Social Work Practice. Letendre, J. & Williams, L. (In Press, 2014). I hear you. : Using Focus Groups to Give Voice to Adolescent Girls Experiences with Violence. Social Work with Groups. Estimated Publication date - 18 Feb 2014 (Online), 07 Mar 2014 (Print) Letendre, J. & Smith, E. (2011). It s murder out today : Middle school girls speak out about factors contributing to girl fighting. Children and Schools, 33 (1),

3 Letendre, J., Vozzo Gaillard, B., & Spath, R. (2009). Getting the job done: Use of the work group for agency change. Groupwork, 18 (3), Letendre, J. and Wayne, J. (2008). Integrating process interventions into a school-based curriculum group. Social Work with Groups, 31 (3/4), Letendre, J. (2007). Sugar and Spice but Not Always Nice: Gender Socialization and Its Impact on Development of Aggression in Adolescent Girls. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 24 (4), Letendre, J. (2007). Take your time and give it more: Supports and constraints to success in curricular school based groups. Social Work with Groups, 30 (3), 65-84).. Letendre, J., Nelson-Becker, H., & Krieder, J. (2005). Teaching spirituality in the classroom: Building compassionate and non-judgmental conversations with students. Reflections, 11 (3), Berry, M., Letendre, J., & Brook, J. (2005). Domestic Violence Resources for Women Receiving Intensive Family Preservation Services. Family Preservation Journal, 8, Graczyk, P., Atkins, M.S., Jackson, M.M., Letendre, J.A., Kim, J., Baumann, B., McCoy, J. (2005). Urban educators beliefs about ADHD. Behavioral Disorders, 30 (2), Berry, M. & Letendre, J. (2004). Lambs and Lions: The Role of Psycho-educational Groups in Enhancing Relationship Skills and Social Networks. Groupwork, 14 (1), Letendre, J.A. & Davis, K. (2004). What really happens in violence prevention groups? A content analysis of leader behaviors and child responses in a school-based violence prevention project. Small Group Research, 35 (4), Letendre, J.A. (2003). Led by the Children: Modification of an Urban Violence Prevention Project Based on Insights Learned from the Group Members. School Social Work Journal, 28 (1), Letendre, J., Henry, D., & Tolan, P.H. (2003). Leader and therapeutic influences on prosocial skill building in school based groups to prevent aggression. Research on Social Work Practice, 13, (5), Letendre, J. (1999). Work with alienated middle school boys: Use of an empowerment model. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 9 (3) Journal Articles under Review: 3

4 Schelbe, L., Chanmugam, A., Moses, T., Saltzburg, S., Rankin Williams, L. & Letendre, J. Youth Participation in Qualitative Research: Challenges and Possibilities. Qualitative Social Work, (Under review). In preparation: Letendre, J., Ostrander, J. & Mickens, A. Teacher and Staff Voices: Implementation of a PBIS bully prevention in an urban school. Children and Schools. Letendre, J. & Wilson, C. M. Practice Wisdom Meets Evidence-Based Practice: Evaluating Mutual Aid Groups. Social Work Administration. Book Reviews: Letendre, J. (Review of the book Cyberbullying Through the New Media: Findings from an International Network by Smith, P.K. & Steffgen, G. (Eds). Social Work with Groups. Letendre, J. (2009). (Review of the book Girls in Real Life Situations: Counseling Activities for Enhancing Social and Emotional Development by Julia Taylor and Shannon-Trice-Black). Social Work with Groups, 32, Letendre, J. (2009). (Review of the book School Social Work by Linda Openshaw). Social Work with Groups, 32: Letendre, J. (2005). (Review of the book Community schools in action: Lessons from a decade of practice by Dryfoos, J., Quinn, J. & Barkin, C. (Eds). Journal of Community Practice, 14 (4), Letendre, J. (2005). (Review of the book Using Groupwork by Mark Doel). Social Work with Groups, 30 (2), Letendre, J. (1999) (Review of the book Social Work with Children and Their Families by Christopher Petr). School Social Work, 23, (4), Chapters: Letendre, J. (2014). The Use of Groups in Schools. In C. Massat, R. Constable, J. Flynn, (Eds.). School Social work: Practice, Policy & Research Perspectives (8 th edition). Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books. Revision currently in press. Letendre, J. (2009). Group work with a curriculum: Benefits, challenges and guidelines for implementation. In A. Gitterman & R. Salmon (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Group Work. Haworth Press. 4

5 Atkins, M.S., Watling-Neal, J., Letendre, J., & Gamm, S. (2007). Development of the Chicago Public School s ADHD Policy Manual: From Community to University and Back. In S. Evans, Z. Serpell, & M. Weist (Eds). Advances in School-Based Mental Health, Volume 2. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, Inc. Letendre, J. (2006). Guidelines to Writing an Effective Service Plan. In C. Franklin, M. Harris & Allen-Meares, P. (Eds.), The School Services Sourcebook: A Guide for Social Workers, Counselors, and Mental Health Professionals (pp ). London: Oxford University Press. Internet: Letendre, J. (2011). Interview Use of technology in teaching group work skills Soundworthy, Retrieved from ITS website: University of Connecticut. RESEARCH INTERVENTION EXPERIENCE FUNDED GRANTS Research 2014 Teacher and Staff Voices: Implementation of a PBIS Bully Prevention Project in Hartford Public Schools Dean s Incentive Research Award School of Social Work PI: Joan Letendre March 2014-March 2015 $ Girl Power Small grant department funding School of Social Work PI: Joan Letendre December 2008-December 2009 $ Girl Fighting: Opinions of Middle School Girls Faculty Small Grant Award University of Connecticut PI: Joan Letendre $ Leader and Child Contributions to Skill Development in Violence Prevention Groups with Ethnically Diverse Children New Faculty Grant Kansas University Center for Research 5

6 Faculty Mentor: Marianne Berry PI: Joan Letendre $10, Using the Group Process to Engage Reluctant Students in the Classroom. Best Practices Institute. Center for Teaching Excellence University of Kansas. $ Development of Non-Violent Communication. Center for Teaching Excellence. University of Kansas. $ Knowledge and attitudes of urban educators' towards mental health services for children and adolescents with ADHD University of Illinois at Chicago. Department of Psychiatry, Program of Mental Health Research on Women and Gender Co-Investigator with McKay (P.I. Atkins) $13,000 ADDITIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Bully Prevention Project Expeditionary Learning Academy at Moylan School Hartford Public Schools Hartford, Ct ADAPP (Archdiocese Drug Prevention Program) Bronx, NY Evaluation of School Based Mutual Aid Groups to Prevent Substance Abuse SFAC (Student Family Assistance Center) Hartford Public Schools Faculty advisor and evaluator Trained students in facilitating groups Development of evidence-based groups Nurturing Parenting Groups: What Hinders and What Facilitates Them? Children s Trust Fund Group educator/trainer for group evaluation project/student learning 6

7 Direct Practice Consultation for Clinical Supervisors Fordham University School of Social Work, /DCF Project Investigator: Virginia Strand, Children First Consultant and trainer for 10 clinical supervisors 2004 Hartford Safe and Healthy Schools Grant US Office of Education Project Investigator: Eleanor Lyons Consultant 2003 Wyandotte County Community Meeting: Community services for exoffenders. Project Coordinators (M. Severson and D. Ortega) Kansas Department of Corrections. Focus Group Facilitator Facilitated focus groups of community members to discuss housing issues of ex-offenders. Analyzed input of the participants for inclusion in the final report of the forum Child Welfare Training Network (D. Ortega, P.I.) Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services. Faculty Consultant Developed Training Module: Helping Children Who Hurt: Preparing Child Welfare Workers to Intervene with Aggressive Children. Presented workshop and evaluated effectiveness with group workers and foster parents Peers and Parents as Leaders in Schools McKay M. & Adkins, M. (PI s) National Institute of Mental Health Project Director $ 975,000. Developed and implemented collaborative pilot project with teacher, parent and mental health professional to promote positive school behaviors and decrease aggression in urban elementary aged students Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Training Chicago Board of Education Co-Developer of Curriculum and Training with M. Atkins, P.I. $100,000. Developed manual and training sessions for Chicago Public School Special Services staff. Focused on identification, assessment and intervention process for children with ADHD. Developed evaluation tool to assess project Metropolitan Area Child Study 7

8 National Institute of Mental Health L. Eron, N. Guerra, P. Tolan, Van Acker, R. Hausmann, R. (Metropolitan Area Child Study Group) Small Group Coordinator $1,000,000. Trained and supervised (30) group leaders in implementation of (100) cognitive-behavioral skill building groups for urban elementary children at risk for aggressive behaviors. Modified curriculum to reflect developmental and cultural considerations. UNFUNDED GRANT APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED 2012 J. Letendre. Creating Safe Respectful school environments for Children: Development of a School wide Bully Prevention Project Unfunded proposal for Dean s Award, School of Social Work 2003 Letendre, J. Assessment and Intervention for School Success with Students, Families and Schools in the Young Scholar s Program. Kauffman Foundation. Not funded 2002 Letendre, J. The Voices of Urban Mothers: Teaching Their Daughters to Avoid Violence. Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation. Not funded Atkins, M. & McKay, M.M. School based services for urban aggressive children. National Institute of Mental Health Atkins, M. & McKay, M.M. Collaborative partnerships in urban low income schools. Developing parent and student leadership to support at risk aggressive students. U.S. Department of Education Atkins, M., Letendre, J., Grayczk, P., McCoy, J., & McKay, M. Knowledge and attitudes of urban educators' towards mental health services for children and adolescents with ADHD. University of Illinois at Chicago. Center for Urban Educational Research and Development. TECHNICAL REPORTS Atkins, M., & Letendre, J. (1998). ADHD Training Manual for Chicago Public Schools. Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Illinois. Letendre, J. (1997). Manual for Training Leaders to Implement Cognitive-Behavioral Groups with Children. Metropolitan Area Child Study. University of Illinois at Chicago. Unpublished manual. 8

9 McKay, M. M., Atkins, M., (1997). Protocol for Parents and Peers as Leaders in Schools. National Institute of Mental Health proposal. University of Illinois at Chicago. Unpublished manual. Tolan, P.H., Guerra, N.G., Eargle, A., Letendre, J., Asher, S., & Thomas, K.(1995). The Metropolitan Area Child Study Peer Group Intervention. University of Illinois at Chicago. Unpublished manual. COMPETITIVE PRESENTATIONS Letendre, J. & Mickens, A. (2014, March) A PBIS Bully Prevention Program in Elementary School: A University and SSW Collaboration. Presented at 17 th Annual School Social Work Conference, Chicago, IL. Letendre, J. & Wilson, C. (2013, November). Practice Wisdom Meets Evidence-Based Practice: Evaluating Mutual Aid Groups. Presented at Council on Social Work Education, Annual Meeting. Letendre, J. & Wilson, C.W. (2013, June) Practice wisdom meets evidence-based practice: Do mutual aid groups prevent substance use for adolescents. Presented at IASWG (International Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups) Symposium. Letendre, J. (2013, March) Fighting Makes You Someone. Presented at School Social Work Association of America, San Diego, CA. Williams, L.W., Salzburg, S., Letendre, J., Schelbe, L.& Chanmugam, A. (2013, January). Reconciling qualitative research methods with the unique needs and contributions of children and adolescents. Presented at Roundtable discussion at Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC, January, Schwelbe, L., Canmugam, A., Moses, T., Williams, Lela Rankin, Salzburg, S. and Letendre, J. (2011, January) : The Ethics and Logistics of Qualitative Research with Children and Adolescents: Extraordinary Possibilities and Complex Challenges. Presented at Roundtable Discussion at Society for Social Work Research, Tampa Bay, FL, January 15, J. Letendre. (2010, June). I want to work on my skills for working with conflict. A classroom experiential model for learning group work skills. Presented at AASWG annual symposium, Montreal, Quebec. Letendre, J. and Smith, E. (2009, January). Girl Fighting: Voices of Middle School Girls. Presented at Society for Social Work Research, New Orleans, LA, Letendre, J. (2008, June). Girl Fighting: Voices of Middle School Girls. Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups, Cologne, Germany. 9

10 Letendre, J. and Wayne, J. (2007, June). Integrating process interventions into a schoolbased curriculum group. Presented at Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups, Jersey City, NJ. Letendre, J. (2006, October) I Would Give it More : Barriers to a School-Based Group Empowerment Project with of Adolescent Girls. Presented at Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups, San Diego, CA. Letendre, J.(2006, January) Cultural considerations in developing mutual aid in skill building groups with Mexican-American children. Part of Symposium Looking into the Black Box. Presented at Society for Social Work Research, San Antonio, TX. Kapp, S., Postmus, J. & Letendre, J. (2005, February) Using on-line Quizzes to support student learning across the social work curriculum, Presented at Council for Social Work Education, Annual Program Meeting, New York. Letendre, J. (2005, January) Taking a Look Inside Skill-based Groups: A Content Analysis of Leader Behaviors and Child Responses in a School-based Violence Prevention Project. Presented at Society for Social Work Research, Miami, FL. Letendre, J. (2004, October) Teacher I m in My Seat. Developmental and Cultural Implications of Violence Prevention Work with Mexican-American Children. Presented at Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups, Detroit, MI. Letendre, J.(2004, October) Peeking into skill based groups: Looking closely at how leaders teach children pro-social skills. Presented at School Social Work Association of America Conference, San Francisco, CA. Letendre, J.(2002, January) Leader and therapeutic influences on pro-social skill building in school-based groups to prevent aggression. Presented at Sixth Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, CA. Letendre, J.(2000, October) Led by the children: What we learned about violence prevention from the children of the project. Presented at Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups, Toronto, Ontario. Letendre, J. & Mongillo, L.(1993) The use of peer helpers in developing a positive middle school climate. Illinois Association of School Social Workers, INVITED PRESENTATIONS Letendre, J. & Mickens, A. (2014, March). PBIS Bully Prevention Program in Elementary School: A University/SSW Collaboration. Presented at ORS Exhibition, West Hartford, CT. 10

11 Letendre, J. (2010, Sepetember). Using Group Work Skills in an After School Program with Youth. Presented at New Britain Youth Network, 5 th Annual Program Academy. Kurz, B., Smith-Cohen, L. and Letendre, J. (2010, May). CTF Parenting Groups: What Works? What Does not Work? Presented at Connecticut State Capitol. Letendre, J.(2010, April) Group Work with the Elderly. Presented at Council on Aging, New Haven, CT. Letendre, J. (2010, February): Girl Fighting: Middle School Girls Tell Us How We Might Help. STEP Program. Letendre, J. (2009). Girl Fighting: Middle School Girls Speak Out. In-Service for Field Instructors, Presented at University of Connecticut, School of Social Work, West Hartford, CT. Letendre, J. (2006, April). Working with Aggressive Girls as Though Gender Mattered. Through Her Eyes: The Experience of Girls in the Juvenile Justice System, Presented at 2 nd annual conference. Center for Human Development, Springfield, MA. Letendre, J.(2005, November) Working with Aggressive Girls as Though Gender Mattered.Presented at NASWCT, 2 nd Annual Fall Specialty Conference. Letendre, J.(2004, May) Balancing the sugar and spice: How to help our girls stand up without fighting Presented at. Children s Mental Health Conference, Social and Rehabilitation Services / Kansas University School of Social Welfare. Letendre, J.(2004, June) Ethical Practice and School Social Work. Presented at Summer Institute, Kansas School Social Work Association. Letendre, J. (2004, February) Helping children who hurt: Working with aggressive children. Presented at United Methodist Youthville Services, Newton, Kansas. Letendre, J.(2003, December) Postmus, J. & Kapp, S. Web-based Learning in the Social Work Classroom. Presented at Brownbag Presentation, School of Social Welfare. Letendre, J.(2003, October) Ethics and School Social Work. Presented at Topeka School District In-Service for School Social Workers. Letendre, J. (2003, June) ADHD and Conduct Disorder in Children and Adolescents. Presented at Psychopathology, Dr. Margaret Severson, School of Social Welfare, University of Kansas. 11

12 Letendre, J. (2003, April) The Use of Skill Based Groups with Children and Adolescents. Presented at Social Work Direct Practice, Dr. Edward Scanlon, University of Kansas. Letendre, J.(2002, November) Where s the Village? Collaboratively Serving Children in Schools, Presented at Practice with Children and Families, Dr. Mary Berry, School of Social Welfare, University of Kansas.Letendre, J.(2000, November) Skill Building Groups with Children, Presented at Field Forum, School of Social Welfare, University of Kansas. Letendre, J.(1998, August) Group Work with Children and Adolescents, Training group. Presented at Dr. Donna Baptiste, Institute of Juvenile Research Letendre, J. ADHD (1998, July)Identification, Assessment and Intervention with School Aged Children, Human Development in the Social Environment, Doris Coleman, M.S.W., School of Social Work, Presented at Northeastern University, Chicago, Illinois Letendre, J. (1998, April) Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Social Work Practice II, Dr. Eleanor Tolson, Jane Addams College of Social Work, Presented at University of Illinois at Chicago CLASSES TAUGHT Micro Foundation Practice Micro Theories Direct Practice with Children with Disabilities and Their Families in Schools Essentials of Social Group Work Practice Group Processes Skills Workshop for Essentials of Social Group Work Practice Social Work Practice with Families Direct practice, 1 & 2 (graduate level) School Social Work Practice Advanced School Social Work Practice Integrated Seminar: Schools Group Work with Children and Adolescents in Urban Settings Human Behavior in the Social Environment Doctoral Program: Doctoral Committee: Katsura Hirao Doctoral Committee: Libby Sideriadis Doctoral Committee: Loida Reyes Independent Study: 12

13 Kia Levey, Use of groups to build leadership with youth postincarceration youth 2006 Libby Sideriadis (doctoral student): Mental health programs and practices in schools for children with serious emotional disturbance. 13

14 SERVICE University of Connecticut Student Welfare Committee Diversity Committee Faculty Senate (second term) Faculty Standards Committee School of Social Work, University of Connecticut FAAC Promotion and Tenure Committee Faculty Secretary Search Committee for Senior Faculty member Vision Committee SSW AVC Committee Academic Planning committee co-chair FAAC Chair of Group Work Sequence Member of Reaffirmation Committee Faculty Member of STEP (Staff Training and Education for the Profession) Representative for Group Work to Educational Policy Committee Coordinator of School Social Work courses Chair of Group Work Sequence Faculty Member of STEP (Staff Training and Education for the Profession) Member of Micro Foundation Practice Committee Representative for Group Work to Educational Policy Committee Coordinator of School Social Work courses Member of Micro Foundation Practice Committee Member of Group Work Methods Sequence Group Work Liaison to Field Work Advisory Committee Educational Review Committee Academic and field advisor yearly 8 students Representative for Group Work to Educational Policy Committee Coordinator of School Social Work courses 14

15 School of Social Welfare, University of Kansas Faculty Liaison to Social Hawks, Edwards campus (MSW student organization) Co-chair of New Student Welcome Planning Committee for Children s Mental Health Conference Social and Rehabilitation Services / Kansas University School of Social Welfare Faculty liaison to schools for Master level school social work students Coordinator of School Social Work Field of Practice Chair of Integrated Practice Committee Consultation with Stop Violence Coalition, School Based Project Shawnee Mission School District Faculty consultant to Youth Leadership Program at Wyandotte High School Member of Foundation practice committee Advisor for BSW students University of Kansas Dissertation Committee for doctoral students, School of Social Welfare; 1 doctoral student School of Education Dissertation Committee, doctoral student in School of Education, KU Wheat State Tour participant Committee Member for doctoral student School of Education University of Kansas Jane Addams College of Social Work Member of Women s Commitee Developed curriculum: School Social Work Concentration, Planning Committee: Revisioning the future of social work with groups: Building on our past Jane Addams College /Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups School of Social Service Administration / University of Chicago Developed courses: Group Work with Urban Children and Adolescents and Advanced School Social Work Member of Committees for Social Intervention: Direct Practice in Social Work Community Service: Regional Connecticut: Consultation regarding bully prevention programs. 15

16 Moylen and Noah Webster Schools, Hartford and CREC, Medical Preparation and Teacher Training Academy, Windsor Consultation: Opportunities Industrialization Center of New Britain, Inc. Girl Empowerment programs and evaluation Advisory boards: 2006-present School Advisory Board, State of Connecticut Faculty Liaison, Connecticut School Social Work Association (CSSWA) Membership Chair: Ct. Chapter AASWG Member of Advisory Board for development of curricular guide to promote healthy boundaries for students with disabilities. Oak Hill School, Center for Relationship & Sexuality Education Member or Reader s Advisory Board, Hartford Courant Kansas: 2002-present Board Member of Douglas County AIDS Project (DCAP) 2002-present Student Senate Representative for Douglas County AIDS Project 2000-present Faculty representative to Kansas School Social Work Association Events: 2008 Organized AASWG event: Revving it Up a networking event to discuss next steps for local chapter, University of Connecticut School of Social Work, March 24, Chairperson of AASWG event co-hosted with St. Joseph s College: Strength-based group work with children and adolescents with Andrew Malekoff, December 8, Projects: 2012-present Developed a bully prevention intervention with 4 th and 5 th graders at ELAMS (Exploratory Leaning Academy at Moylen School). Collaborator Alison Mickens Ongoing consultation and evaluation of mutual aid groups with ADAPP (Archdiocese of New York Prevention Programs) (collaborator Cristina Wilson) present Trained group facilitators and supervisors of Children s Trust Fund to facilitate Nurturing Parents groups. 16

17 Member of planning committee for Fordham/DCF project: consultation with Child Welfare supervisors Member of Evaluation Team Hartford Safe Schools Grant Pilot development of Go Girls Program with 5 groups of junior high school girls at four urban/rural schools Youth leadership development at East Heights School Coordinator of donations to United Methodist Western Kansas Mexican- American Health Ministries Member of planning committee for school social work conference: Kansas School Social Work Association, June Mural development with local artist and elementary students at East Heights School Community Service: National 2012 Consultation with delegates from Puerto Rico regarding school social work in United States American Council of School Social Work 2009-present Consulting Editor, Social Work with Groups Nominations Committee Co-chair Chapter Development Committee Membership Chair: Ct. Chapter 2007-present Member of Editorial Board, Child and Youth Care Forum: A Journal of Research and Practice in Children s Services Consulting Editor, Social Work with Groups At large Member of Board of AASWG Nominations Committee Co-chair Chapter Development Committee Membership Chair: Ct. Chapter By-laws revision Committee Reviewer for group work abstracts APM 2005 & Member of Advisory Board, School Social Work Journal, Illinois School Social Work Association, Chicago, Illinois Advocacy for educational legislation on Capitol Hill with School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA) PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 17

18 Professional Societies School Social Work Association of America Society for Social Work Research Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups Connecticut Association of School Social Work National Association of School Social Workers Professional Certification 1985 Type 73 Certification, School Social Work, Illinois 1985 Academy of Certified Social Workers 1990 Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Illinois 18

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