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  1. Roxanne J. Chang Roxanne J. Chang »

    ROXANNE J. CHANG, JD, MS LLP, is an attorney specializing in elder and special needs law. She is also a Limited Licensed Psychologist, with a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology. Ms. Chang has experience in consultation and advocacy for persons with dementia, developmental disabilities, and ...

  2. Kaleigh Cornelison Kaleigh Cornelison »

    Kaleigh Cornelison is currently the lead program specialist with the Adolescent Health Initiative (AHI) where she oversees the development and delivery of the evidence-based Adolescent Champion Model and the Adolescent-Centered Environment Assessment Process. She obtained her master’s degree in ...

  3. Priscilla C. Cortez Priscilla C. Cortez »

    Priscilla Cortez, MSW '12, works with individuals and groups to develop strengths-based partnerships with the community and to increase personal wellness in everyday practice. Cortez is passionate about working with trauma-focused groups and immigrant youth and families. A Texas native, who ...

  4. Colleen E. Crane Colleen E. Crane »

    Colleen E. (Kenna) Crane, MSW'01, has focused her primary practice interests in sexuality, gender identity, trauma and women's issues. Crane spent more than two years working in Detroit as the senior clinician for the Teen Age Parenting Program (TAPP) at The Children's Center, where she worked ...

  5. Sara E. Crider »

  6. Julie D. Cushman »

    Julie Cushman is currently a clinical director at Home of New Vision. She also has a private practice doing consulting and program evaluation for community services and agencies.

  7. Lauren M. Davis Lauren M. Davis »

    Lauren Davis (she/hers), MSW ‘07 has been working with the School of Social Work since 2008. She is currently the Assistant Director of the School of Social Work’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, which is responsible for the implementation of the School's DE&I strategic plan. She also ...

  8. Sean J. de Four Sean J. de Four »

    Sean de Four currently serves as senior vice president and chief operating officer for Wellspring Lutheran Services, one of Michigan’s largest human service organizations serving children, adults, families and seniors. As chief operating officer, de Four provides leadership, direction and ...

  9. Daniel T. DeSena »

  10. Bonnie C. Dockham Bonnie C. Dockham »

    Bonnie Dockham, MSW '02 is a licensed medical social worker in out-patient, inpatient and community settings. Dockham is the founding program director of the Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor and currently the executive director. Her work focuses on community-academic partnerships ...

  11. Leslie J. Dubin Leslie J. Dubin »

    Leslie Dubin, MSW'97, focuses on individual and family practice working with older adults. Special interests include assisting persons with navigating the health care system and maximizing independence and dignity throughout the aging process. Dubin is currently a part of the Geriatric ...

  12. Linda Edwards-Brown Linda Edwards-Brown »

    Linda Edwards-Brown, LMSW, began her professional career with the Washtenaw County Trial Court where she served in various capacities. She retired from the court in 2020 as the Juvenile Division Administrator, a position she held for over twenty years. Edwards-Brown is passionate about juvenile ...

  13. Cherish L. Fields Cherish L. Fields »

    Cherish Fields, MSW '11, focuses on child welfare practice with children, youth and families, with both micro and macro experience. Additionally, she has worked on program development, program evaluation and management within the non-profit sector. Fields is currently serving in a leadership ...

  14. Emily K. Fitzgerald Emily K. Fitzgerald »

    Emily Fitzgerald, MSW '06, focuses her work on individual and group practice with children and adolescents, primarily within the school setting.  As a school social worker and clinical supervisor, she has provided therapeutic services to support youth and families with a wide array of mental ...

  15. Joseph A. Galura Joseph A. Galura »

    Joseph A. Galura is an advisor/lecturer for the undergraduate minor in Community Action and Social Change. He also is a lecturer in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and has developed, implemented and taught service-learning courses in Sociology (Project Community), Education ...

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