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LSWO National Latinx Social Work Conference - October 3-5, 2024 in Chicago

  • 1.  LSWO National Latinx Social Work Conference - October 3-5, 2024 in Chicago

    Posted Mar 15, 2024 16:14

    LSWO National Latinx Social Work Conference

    Join us on October 3-5, 2024 in Chicago

    Theme: Human Rights in Latinx Social Work Practice: Integrating into Micro/Mezzo/Macro Social Work Practice

    LSWO Invites all Social Work Faculty, Social Work Professionals, Community Based Interventionist, and 

    Allied Health Professionals to submit workshop and panel proposals

    Go to website to Download Instructions and Upload your Proposals:

    Proposals need to be uploaded by April 5, 2024.


    • New Higher Education Workshops: Facing the demands and succeeding in MSW, PhD, and DSW Programs
    • School Social Work Panel: Responding to Migrant Families
    • Protect Your Social Work License (PYSWL): Social Workers Need to Learn from the Illinois experience.
    • Social Work License Compact: Benefits and Ethical Dilemmas for Licensed Clinical Social Workers
    • LSWO International Symposium: Learning Outcomes of the 2024 Symposium and Plans for Future Programs

    Current La Familia Keynote Speaker: (More speakers will be announced soon)

    Dr. Vincent Guilamo-Ramos is the Executive Director of the Institute for Policy Solutions at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Director of the Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health. He is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and licensed primary care and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner with a clinical focus on the prevention and treatment of HIV and STIs among youth.

    LSWO Social Work Faculty Reviewers for Workshops/Panels:

    Dr. Iraida V. Carrion University of South Florida 

    Dr. Pablo Arriaza, West Chester University

    Dr. Carmen Monico, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

    Dr Rey Martinez, New Mexico Highlands University

    Dr. Catherine Marrs Fuchsel, University of St. Thomas

    Dr. Leticia Villarreal Sosa, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Social Work, and

    Jessica Rodriguez-Jenkins, PhD, LICSW, Portland State University School 


    Michael Berghoef