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Washington Post article on the 25 year U.S. Senate tenure of social worker Sen. Barbara Mikulski

The Washington Post featured an article regarding the 25 year U.S. Senate tenure of social worker Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD).  Sen. Mikulski has been a great champion of both social workers and our clients, and NASW is thrilled to see this recognition of her work. From the article:  “Maybe it’s because she’s a social worker, maybe because she’s a woman ... Read More »

Social Workers in the News: Social Worker Trains for Secret Service

The Washington Post’s recent article, “The Making of an Agent” featured social worker Krista Bradford as she trains as a secret service recruit. “Krista had just assessed a 4-year-old autistic girl. She told the girl’s mother to buy crayons and blocks, she later recalled. As a social worker, Krista was tired of rappelling into lives after they’d crumbled. She wanted ... Read More »

Wash Post Letter to the Editor: “A Noble Calling For Anyone”

Joan Levy Zlotnik’s letter to the editor was published Saturday, Aug 2nd in the Washington Post in response to their July 26th story about Cedric Jennings, who went from Ballou High School in the District to Brown University [“A Success Story With Uncertain New Chapters,” Style]. Joan is the executive director of the Institute for the Advancement of Social Work ... Read More »