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  1. Eli Lorenzo

    Eliezer “Eli” Lorenzo ’23MSW is a case manager for a new practice framework at VA Boston Health Care called Care Coordination and Integrated Case Management (CCICM). Through phone calls and home visits, Lorenzo reaches out to veterans who have a...

  2. Linda Hinkle '23DSW at the Grand Canyon

    I have not faced anything in my life for which my military service has not prepared me. The hard work aspect that I honed in the military helps me in a very rigorous doctoral program at Simmons, and I also learned work-life balance from being in the military.

  3. Simmons School of Social Work Alum Robert Donovan ’21MSW

    What the job entails Robert is a clinical social worker at Home Base, a nationally recognized clinic run by the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital that treats the “invisible wounds” of military service. He works in the Intensive...

  4. A box of donated fruits and vegetables

    Six months into the pandemic, J.Q. Stewart ’22MSW received a call from his friend and mentor, Will Delaney ’19MSW. Delaney wanted to know if Stewart would be interested in delivering groceries to veterans for Rose’s Bounty, a food pantry in...

  5. Dwan Cannon, master of social work degree graduate

    Dwan Cannon '21MSW is an SRO case manager at the New England Center and Home for Veterans, a care and service provider for former military service men and women at risk for homelessness.

  6. Daniel Leary, graduate student in the Masters of Social Work (MSW) program, with girlfriend, Heather

    After experiencing combat in both Iraq and Afghanistan, Daniel Leary '22MSW sought help from the social workers at the VA. Two years later, when Daniel felt like he could start giving back after having been given so much, he came to Simmons.

  7. Kit Ryan '80 while being promoted to major in the US Nurse Corps.

    Kit Ryan '80 tells us about her journey into nursing and the US Army Nurse Corps., and her current work with people who are homeless.