Social Work Workforce Coalition

The Social Work Workforce Coalition includes a range of U.S. and Canadian social work organizations that represent diverse perspectives. This coalition will provide input on emerging trends in social work practice, help structure new community input sessions, and contribute questions to the Social Work Census.

Coalition members

Lise Betteridge, Association of Social Work Boards
Tanya Smith Brice, Council on Social Work Education
Carole Carpot, Canadian Association for Social Work Education
Darla Spence Coffey, Council on Social Work Education
Sandra Edmonds Crewe, National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work
Adrian Delgado, Latino Social Workers Organization
Melissa Haley, National Association of Black Social Workers
Keeva Hartley-Stouffer, exam development consultant
Siu Ming Kwok, Canadian Council of Social Work Regulators
Miguel LeBlanc, New Brunswick Association of Social Workers
Angelo McClain, National Association of Social Workers
Jenny Morgan, Thunderbird Circle-ISWEN
Stacey Owens, exam development consultant
Fred Phelps, Canadian Association of Social Workers
Amanda Duffy Randall, exam development consultant
Bynia Reed, exam development consultant
Monica Roth Day, exam development consultant
Nancy Sidell, exam development consultant
Jennifer Silva, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Joan Davis Whelan, Canadian Association of Social Workers
Scott Wilkes, Association of Social Work Boards
Greg Winkler, exam development consultant
Thomas Brooks, ASWB Board of Directors liaison