2022 Dr. Paul Shane Annual Policy Symposium: Democracy in Crisis: A Call for Political & Social Justice
Keynote | Marla-Blunt Carter, Rutgers School of Social Work
Marla Blunt-Carter, MSW has committed her life to serving others. Blunt-Carter currently serves as Assistant Professor of Professional Practice. Prior to her career in academia, she held numerous positions in politics and practice including projects manager in the Senate office of then U.S. Senator Joe Biden; a state director for the 2008 Obama/Biden presidential campaign; a senior agency liaison in the Executive Office of the Obama Administration; and senior advisor for Delaware Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester.
Featured Discussion | Stanley Neron, City of Elizabeth
Discussion Title: Federal Policy in NJ & Crisis in Haiti
Stanley Neron is an experienced inspirational speaker, human service and social service advocate, and spiritual steward. His commitment to service to othersmanifest in many aspects of his life. Neron hold's a bachelor's degree in public administration and collateral in Africana studies and is determined to assure that students of color achieve, enter and complete their educational goals.
For more information, and to register, contact Program Coordinator Dora Sabik at email@example.com.
Sponsor | NJ Baccalaureate Social Work Education Association
Host | Rutgers University, School of Social Work