A Role for Social Work in the Police Abolition Movement
Alex Vitale, author of The End of Policing, will be speaking about “A role for social work in the police abolition movement,” with AUSSW Doctoral Students.
Doctoral Student Panel
Dena Gassner is an adjunct for Towson University in the Autism Certificate Program. She is a co-author of Spectrum Women: Walking to the Beat of Autism and a frequently published researcher. She was recently named the co-chair of the International Society fo
Warren K. Graham
Warren K. Graham is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and co-author of Clinical Interventions in Criminal Justice Settings. Warren frequently presents on aggressive policing, oppression and privilege, and facilitates organizational training around Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Michelle Sophia Israel
Michelle Sophia Israel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years supporting people in the Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities, clinically & administratively. She has six years of experience leading and supporting Diversity Equity and Inclusion organizational work.
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Elizabeth Palley, PhD