Community Advisory Boards

Members of the School of Social Work’s two campus advisory boards in Phoenix and Tucson represent a wide variety of organizations and communities of practice.

Collectively, they provide valuable counsel to the school’s leadership and faculty, consulting on matters ranging from the annual Social Work Month celebration honoring award-winning social work practitioners and educators, to providing input into our curriculum and helping the School's strategic planning to advance social work education. The Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center, Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy, Center for Child Well-Being, Office of Gender-Based Violence and Office of American Indian Projects also have their own community advisory boards to guide their research and engagement with the community. 

Social Work Month ASU School of Social Work Community Advisory Board
Community Advisory Board - Phoenix Board MemberAgency
Duvia Lozano*, Chair Chicanos por la Causa – LUCES Program 
Rhonda Baldwin* Phoenix Children’s Hospital 
Jessica Begay* Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community 
Danielle Bosma School of Social Work master’s degree student
Thomas Dooley* Phoenix Vet Center 
Kelly Jaress* Arizona Department of Child Safety 
Betty John* Arizona Department of Economic Security 
Lori Madrid Everybody Matters
Cassandra Peña* Indian Health Service 
April Reed* Ability 360 
Terri Waibel* Center for Compassion; Miss Foundation 
Deborah Woodard* Southwest Behavioral Health Services 
Community Advisory Board - Tucson Board MemberAgency
Mark Clark*, Chair Pima Council on Aging 
Jose Baeza Primavera Foundation 
Kent Burbank Pima Community College 
Isabel Ball MSW student 
Danielle DeMailo* Veterans Administration 
Mark Homan* Community activist 
Lupe Martinez* Veterans Administration 
Bert Meek retired ASU faculty associate
Vanessa Seaney* Community Partners Inc. 
Craig Wunderlich Tucson Unified School District 

*ASU Social Work alumna/alumnus