Johnnie Hamilton-Mason, M.S.W., Ph.D.
- phone: 617-521-3911
- office: P-414H
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EducationB.A., Boston State College
M.S.W., Simmons College School of Social Work
Ph.D., Smith College School for Social Work
SW 421 - Social Work Practice Year 1
SW 424 - Advanced Clinical Practice
SW 451 - Seminar in Leadership 2
SW 557 - Clinical Practice with Immigrants and Refugees
SW 654 - Qualitative Research
Scholarly and Practice Interests
Anti-racism theory and practice; leadership and clinical practice in low-income urban settings; African American women; HIV/AIDS (national and international consulting); health disparities; qualitative research methods.
Hamilton-Mason, J., Everett, J., Hall, J. C., Harden, S., Lecloux, M., Mancini, S. & Warrington, R. (in press). Hope floats: African American women's survival experiences after Katrina. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/10911359.2012.664982.
Hall, J.C., Everett, J.E. & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2011). Black women talk about workplace stress and how they cope. Journal of Black Studies, 43, 207-226. doi:10.1177/0021934711413272
Hamilton-Mason, J., Hall, J.C., & Everett, J. (2009). And some of us are braver: Stress
and coping among African American women. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.
Cornelius, L. J. & Hamilton-Mason, J. ( 2009). Enduring issues of HIV/AIDS for people of color: What is the roadmap ahead? Health and Social Work, 34(4), 243-246.
Shanti, K., Bell, H., Beausoleil, J., Lein, L., Angel, R. J. & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2008). When the floods of compassion are not enough: A nation's and a city's response to the evacuees of Hurricane Katrina. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 78(4), 399-425.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2007). Using the color of fear as a racial identity catalyst. In Victor Lewis & Hugh Vasquez (Eds.), The color of fear sourcebook: A toolkit for educators and practitioners. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing,LLC.
Mancini, S. L. & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2011, October). Navigating secondary data: Hearing and interpreting the voices of Hurricane Katrina. Presented at the 57th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2011, April). Hope Floats: The Survival Experiences of African American Women in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Presented at the National Association of Black Social Workers Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Melendez, M. & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2011, March). Women of color and addiction treatment. Presented at "Treating the Addictions," Cambridge Health Alliance Department of Psychiatry, Division of Continuing Education, Boston, MA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2011, January). Black women discuss how they cope with racism in the workplace. Presented at the Society for Social Work Research Meeting, Tampa, FL.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2010, November). And some of us are braver: Black women managing stress and coping. Presented at the Social Work Grand Rounds series at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2010, August). Surveying the landscape of immigrants and refugees:Aa social work perspective. Presented at the 35th Association of Black Social Workers International Education Conference, Egypt.
Hamilton-Mason, J. & Everett, J. (2010, February). Understanding the significance of sexism and racism in the lives of black women. Presented at Simmons College, Boston, MA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2010, January). Understanding the significance of racism and sexism in the lives of black women. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2009, May). Dialogue about diversity in the classroom. Presented at a Faculty Development Institute at Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2009, February). Underlying causes of HIV disparities in black communities. Presented at the Black HIV/AIDS Conference, Boston, MA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2008, November). Black women and HIV/AIDS. Presented at Simmons College Black Student Organization's Dialogue on HIV/AIDS, Boston, MA.
Hamilton-Mason, J., Hall, C & Everett, J. (2008, November). Everyday stressors and daily conflicts: Coping responses of black women. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Hamilton-Mason, J. (2008). And some of us are braver: Black women managing stress and coping. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education, Philadelphia, PA.
Consulting and Professional Activity
South End Community Mental Health Center - Senior Clinical Consultant - 1997-Present
Multicultural AIDS Coalition - Consultant Popular Education and Clinical Supervisor - 1999-2010