Faculty & Staff
Mary Beth Ali
Teaching Instructor and Coordinator of Field Education
Masters of Social Work, Fordham University
Mary Beth Ali serves as the Field Education Coordinator for the School of Social Work and is a NTT (Non-Tenured Track) Teaching Instructor.
In this position, she creates and secures field placements for MSW and BASW students, oversees liaisons and off-site field instructors, facilitates field training seminars for students and field faculty, and in particular circumstances, will serve as off-site field instructor or field liaison.
Ali's practice and research areas in social work vary from health and medical social work with a specialty in HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), Interprofessional health team collaboration, and integrating clinical services for Muslims.
Before joining Rutgers' faculty, Ali served individuals, couples, families, and psychoeducational structured groups in the health and school social work arenas.
Ali is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed School Social Worker, Substance Awareness Coordinator, and NASW (National Association of Social Workers) Certified Advanced Social Work Case Manager in New Jersey. Ali earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) from Fordham University with an emphasis on social work research. She also earned two bachelor's degrees, a Bachelor's in Social Work (BSW) and a Bachelor's in Sociology (BA) at Ramapo College of New Jersey.
Ali holds clinical certificates in Thought Field Therapy, Bowen Family Systems, NASW Clinical supervision, Strengthening Families, Post-Traumatic Stress Management, and Seminar in Field Instruction.
Chronic Illness & Disability
Clinical Social Work: Health
Intersectionality of HIV in Social Work Practice
Social Work Practice