<p>Our speaker will be Dr. Annette Franklin. Dr.Franklin, Ph.D., is presently a Lecturer/Field Coordinator at State University of New York Fredonia and has been a social worker for 23 years working in various practice settings (micro, mezzo and macro). Dr. Franklin received her BSW from Gannon University, MSW from the University of Pittsburgh and PhD from SUNY Buffalo. She has a certificate in Teaching and Leading in Diversity and in Gerontology. Prior research agenda has focused on the historical recruiting efforts for African American teachers; particularly interests in the issues of teacher recruiting efforts in urban schools. A licensed social worker in Pennsylvania, Dr. Franklin has had a long-standing interest in schools of social work and education collaborating on issues of social justice in urban schools. Most recently, her focus has been on older adults, particularly minority females.</p>
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