Social Work Month

Social Work Month Conversation with Katherine Spinney, MSW, Founder of Katherine Spinney Coaching, LLC

Katherine Spinney, MSW, is a Leadership Coach, Social Worker, and Educator, as well as Founder of Katherine Spinney Coaching. Katherine is a natural leader who has been class officer, president of a National Honor Society, commissioner of her fantasy football league, led book clubs and created a retreat at her church. Like many leaders who …

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Social Work Month Interview with Kenia Maldonado, LMSW, Founder of OnBoarding Solutions, LLC

Kenia Maldonado is a Licensed Master Social Worker and Certified Anger Management Facilitator in New York City. She is the owner of OnBoarding Solutions, LLC which supports Social Workers in understanding and owning their power through confidence building and talking points to advance their Social Work and leadership opportunities. Her motto is “There is Money …

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Social Work is Another One of My Superpowers

Social work is about helping people. Social workers are essential to community well-being, which is why the theme for this year’s Social Work Month is Social Workers Are Essential! I taught Introduction to Social Work virtually last semester. We discussed ways the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the US economy. Four ways include: •         Record unemployment …

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Welcome to March 2021, Let’s Celebrate!

Nicki Sanders Leadership Consulting helps high-performing women of color in human services leadership go from overworked, underpaid, and unappreciated to energized, well paid, and helps businesses recruit, hire, train, and retain great employees. Welcome to March Ladies! March is Women’s History Month Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s (often overlooked) contributions to history, …

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Being Busy Is Not as Important as Taking Time for Your Mental Health

Being Busy Is Not as Important as Taking Time for Your Mental Health  By Erica Chau “We all have the same 24 hours every day … you have same number of hours as Beyonce.” I mean we do … but also we don’t. We are constantly bombarded by this grind culture, whether we want to …

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Social Work Month Interview with Tiffany Walker, LSW, Founder of Pathways Toward Peace

Tiffany Walker, LSW, is a School Social Worker, outpatient therapist, and founder of Pathways Toward Peace. Pathways Toward Peace is a New Jersey based non-profit organization, whose mission is to increase mental health literacy in faith-based organizations.  Tiffany has always been an advocate for equity and social justice. Her life experiences as a minority student …

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Don’t Let COVID-19 Cancel Your Corporate Social Responsibility Programs

Corporate social responsibility is the act of incorporating environmental and social concerns into a company’s business model. Corporate social responsibility programs are based on the idea that businesses can make the world a better place or at least not bring more harm to it. Corporate social responsibility seeks to alleviate environmental and social concerns such …

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A Resource for Building Organizational Capacity in Challenging Times

My name is Nicki Sanders. I am your community member and cheerleader with 20 years of diverse experience in the nonprofit world and over a decade of nonprofit management experience. I have worked in residential, community, and school-based programs. I have a Master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Management and Community Organization …

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