How are social workers changing lives for the better? We asked some recent graduates to find out. Some have their master’s degrees or are pursuing them. One decided to go straight into the workforce after earning his B.S.W. They came to social work after high school, after working full time, even after serving our country in the military. They live on Long Island, in Manhattan or the Hudson Valley region. They work with youth, veterans, inmates, older adults or in healthcare. And they all have different stories to tell.


Garden City: Manhattan:

Shenetta Inmon, M.S.W ’04 helps families and youth navigate through difficult times.


Brent Russell, M.S.W. ’12, counsels veterans.


Rachel Roth, M.S.W. ’13, helps her clients overcome mental illness.



Carlos Flores ’14 has gone from homelessness to helping others.


Ava Fevrier, M.S.W. ’14 advocates for medically at-risk patients.

Hudson Valley: Hauppauge:

Joe Crego, M.S.W. ’12 helps his fellow veterans.


Ghana Spencer-Morgan, M.S.W ’04 counsels prison inmates and at-risk youth.

Lauren Richard

Lauren Ashley Richard-Holt ’11, M.S.W. ’12 brings care and support to those battling cancer.


Maria Rodriguez ’13, M.S.W. ’14 is dedicated to brightening the lives of older adults.


For further information, please contact:

Todd Wilson
Strategic Communications Director 
p – 516.237.8634
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