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1 ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Reflections on Leadership

2 Laurie Pezzullo, LMSW, CHC, CDM, CFPP Nassau Division  BSW Student Representative  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI) ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

3 …..I find one of the most important attributes is the ability to listen and remember that everyone has different communication styles. So often you find that disagreements are due to the fact that while both sides are hearing the same words, they are attributing their meanings differently.” Laurie Pezzullo, LMSW, CHC, CDM, CFPP Nassau Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

4  Board Member-at-Large  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI)  Division Director Jesse Grossman, LCSW-R, ACSW, SSWS, BCDCSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

5 …because colleagues asked me to! Ever since I became a Social Worker, I feel like I am in the company of giants. Running for office provides opportunities for increased involvement in a profession I respect and love.” Jesse Grossman, LCSW-R, ACSW, SSWS, BCDCSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

6 Bernadette C. Marson, PhD, ACSW, LCSW-R New York State Chapter  Vice President  Board Member-at-Large  Suffolk Division Director ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Suffolk Division

7 …to help others has made me the professional that I am today. I started with this passion in Trinidad, where I worked as a Social Welfare Advisor, before migrating to the United States, where I continued in my quest to help others. I have a passion for seeing others make life changes and accomplishments and over the years, I have worked with some incredibly inspirational and competent leaders in the field of social work. I followed in the footsteps of those leaders who inspired me. Bernadette C. Marson, Ph.D., ACSW, LCSW-R Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

8  Treasurer  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Mark Buttiglieri, LCSW-R Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

9 …meet a lot of talented and creative people across the state. Personally and professionally I have had the opportunity to participate in groups that have collectively been able to achieve state-wide change at the policy level. There is power in teamwork.” Mark Buttiglieri, LCSW-R Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

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11 Northeast Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Mary McCarthy, PhD, LMSW National Board Treasurer Region III Board Representative Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (Rep & Chair) New York State Chapter President President-elect Committee on Nominations & Leadership Identification Chair Delegate, Delegate Assembly Northeast Division Secretary Vice-President President-Elect President

12 …on policy and politics you need to have a collective voice and a presence at the state and national level. We need that voice heard if we are going to survive and thrive. All professions need to build a national presence. My whole career has been about collective action and NASW provides that for the social work profession.” Mary McCarthy, PhD, LMSW Northeast Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

13 Michael Cappiello, LCSW Westchester Division  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly

14 …are the face of the profession.” Michael Cappiello, LCSW Westchester Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

15 Milagros Dueño, LCSW-R ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Nassau Division  Division Director  Vice President  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly

16 …to work with a variety of people are important leadership skills. Cultural competency and being aware of the needs of the community are also important. A leader must listen to and be aware of the needs of the people they are serving.” Milagros Dueño, LCSW-R Nassau Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

17  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI) Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Elyssa Saltzman, LMSW

18 …independent, curious, willing to take the initiative, as well as being a good communicator and team player are some of the most important qualities for being a leader. To me, each of these qualities make a leader who can lead a successful group." Elyssa Saltzman, LMSW Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

19  Secretary  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI) Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Elaine S. Rinfrette, RN, MSW, PhD, LCSW-R, LSW

20 …and wanted to give back to the profession that has given me so much. Being active in NASW is a great way to make an impact on the profession and give something back at the same time.” Elaine S. Rinfrette, RN, MSW, PhD, LCSW-R, LSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

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22 Division Director Brenda Barkley, LMSW ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Genesee Valley Division

23 …is important to allow opportunities for networking and supporting others who have the same goal.“ Brenda L Barkley, LMSW Genesee Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

24 Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI) Amy Ghio, LMSW ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Hudson Valley Division

25 … we will always need a fresh perspective from new leaders and members so that we may adapt to the transforming social work scene. Take a moment to think about how your unique perspective, skills and experience could be an asset to the NASW. By becoming a leader in the NASW you are touching not only the lives of other social workers, but the lives of those we serve.” Amy Ghio, LMSW Hudson Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

26 Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Michelle Cavaleri, LCSW-R  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI)

27 …that we never stop learning; I say we never stop leading! In order to effect change, we have to “be the change we want to happen!” So, lock into your passion and be your own “movement” – whether it’s helping one person at a time, or being a driving force behind a political agenda that reaches the masses.” Michelle Cavaleri, LCSW-R Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

28  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Carrie Jefferson-Smith, DSW, ACSW Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

29 …and without information one is not able to make the kinds of informed decisions that enhance one's potential. Sometimes, information alone is not enough. A network is necessary to leverage the power of the information. Being involved with NASW has provided both information and the network to effectively leverage that knowledge or information into action via the force of networking.” Carrie Jefferson-Smith, DSW, ACSW Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

30  Board Member - Westchester Chapter  President New York State Chapter  Representative to Delegate Assembly Tap Fanelli, MSW Westchester Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

31 … education I was fortunate to have mentors who convinced me that being a social worker included active participation in our professional organization to the best of one's abilities. As a result, I believe that my years as a member, which included participation at local, state and national levels, produced a professional and personal satisfaction that I will always remember.“ Tap Fanelli, MSW Westchester Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

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33 New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Andrew Wilton, LMSW

34 …has allowed me the opportunity to help shape the future of the organization, while continuing to develop my skills in collaboration, policy analysis, and organizational development.” Andrew Wilton, LMSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

35  What is your motivation and what is your agenda for becoming a leader?  Can you adequately advocate and communicate for the entire group you are representing as well as the umbrella organization?” Paul Stasior, LMSW Central Division Director ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

36  President  Vice President  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Sonia Palacio-Grottola, QCSW, LCSW-R ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Suffolk Division

37 …is that you will be rewarded many times by your leadership. Sonia Palacio-Grottola, QCSW, LCSW-R Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

38 Division Director Nassau Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Simone Solz Leo, LMSW

39 …has helped me grow personally and professionally. Being actively involved in NASW has helped me stay true to myself by being connected to the social work profession through colleagues, professional development, networking opportunities and by being apprised of the most current social work issues.” Simone Solz Leo, LMSW Nassau Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

40 Julie Cataldo, LMSW Genesee Valley Division Treasurer

41 ….expanded my world of social work. I connected with professionals across the state and I appreciated getting to know others who had been in the field for many years, especially as I was just entering it at the time. “ Julie Cataldo, LMSW Genesee Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

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43 Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Michelle Cavaleri, LCSW-R  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI)

44 … has prompted me to “get out in front” of some very sensitive issues, affecting not only our marginalized communities, but our peers, as well.” Michelle Cavaleri, LCSW-R Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

45  Board Member-at- Large  Secretary  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Central Division Bertha Jacobs, LCSW-R

46 …and committed member of NASW, has increased my awareness of the licensure issues, Veterans Mental Health, impact of diversity within the organization and the population we serve, the various implications of the Affordable Health Care Act, as well as other issues which impact the profession and its delivery of services.” Bertha Jacobs, LCSW-R Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

47 Laura Eastman-Follis, LCSW Hudson Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly

48 …of NASW has given me the opportunity to organize events and lead committees, which are marketable skills to prospective employers.” Laura Eastman-Follis, LCSW Hudson Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

49 Western Division Delegate, NYS Council of Chapters 1972 Vice President Executive Committee President Board Member NYS Chapter Delegate, Delegate Assembly 1979, 1981 Vice-President Trustee, PACE National Board Region III Representative Ellen Kennedy, MSW ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

50 at the leadership level introduced me to a diverse group of strong, dedicated social workers and renewed my conviction that we are an extraordinary profession, working to make life better for every person in our communities.” Ellen Kennedy, MSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

51 Michael Cappiello, LCSW Westchester Division  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly

52 …influence the future of the profession!”  Michael Cappiello, LCSW Westchester Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

53 Reflections on Leadership

54 Pat Maxon, LMSW Northeast Division NYS Chapter NYS Chapter Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification member Board Member-at-Large NASW -National Delegate to the National Assembly Regional Coalition Co-Chair Delegate Assembly Region III Representative to the National Board

55 …introduced me to a wider spectrum of social work and social workers than I could have imagined. It's taken me to neighborhood meetings, the NYS Capital, parties, U.S. Senate offices and an assembly of committed social workers from all over the world.” Pat Maxon, LMSW Northeast Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

56 MSW Student Representative Elizabeth Agnello, MSW Candidate 2014 ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Genesee Valley Division

57 …has offered a unique opportunity to network with social work members around the state and to be involved in the advocacy efforts that impact them.” Elizabeth Agnello, MSW Candidate Genesee Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

58  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Carrie Jefferson-Smith, DSW, ACSW Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

59 …to do the work that is needed. But don't think that you have to do it all by yourself. Allow others to shoulder the responsibilities. There is a Native American saying, ‘We can do together what we cannot do alone.’ That is true. With NASW, you are not alone.” Carrie Jefferson-Smith, DSW, ACSW Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

60 Division Director Valerie Litt, LMSW ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Hudson Valley Division

61 … I have learned to always look to better myself, to learn and grow from my mistakes, and believe that the people I serve are capable of achieving greatness!” Valerie Litt, LMSW Hudson Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

62  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Sarah Simpson, CSW Westchester Division

63 …my personal and professional life in many, many ways. I was given the opportunity to develop professional education programs and draw on the extensive knowledge and different practice approaches of Westchester NASW members.” Sarah Simpson, CSW Westchester Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

64 Reflections on Leadership

65 Carmella Pirich, LCSW, MBA  Division Director ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Southern Tier Division

66 …inherent leaders and can accomplish amazing things when we work together “ Carmella Pirich, LCSW, MBA Southern Tier Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

67  Board Member-at-Large  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI)  Division Director Jesse Grossman, LCSW-R, ACSW, SSWS, BCDCSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

68 …enables me to actively represent my colleagues and the people we serve, to continue to move Social Work forward. Serving in this way is a small down payment on a lifetime gift that was given to me- the gift of being a Social Worker.” Jesse Grossman, LCSW-R, ACSW, SSWS, BCDCSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

69 Pat Maxon, LMSW Northeast Division NYS Chapter NYS Chapter Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification member Board Member-at-Large NASW -National Delegate to the National Assembly Regional Coalition Co-Chair Delegate Assembly Region III Representative to the National Board

70 …may also prompt you to discover strengths (and areas to grow) as a social worker that go well beyond what you've done ‘at work’.” Pat Maxon, LMSW Northeast Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

71  Board Member-at- Large  Secretary  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Central Division Bertha Jacobs, LCSW-R

72 … I have learned how the profession has evolved; how students and SW professionals are trained and should continue to participate in training opportunities to meet the various challenges of today's society.” Bertha Jacobs, LCSW-R Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

73 Reflections on Leadership

74 Julie Cataldo, LMSW Genesee Valley Division Treasurer

75 …for what I learned during my tenure both professionally and personally. Participating in NASW is a way for social workers to contribute to their profession on a macro level while strengthening their skills and discovering new networks.” Julie Cataldo, LMSW Genesee Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

76  Secretary  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI) Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Elaine S. Rinfrette, RN, MSW, PhD, LCSW-R, LSW

77 …to it and being active in NASW was the logical route by which to do so. NASW has given me the opportunity to work on the local and state level to be part of the process that improves services for clients and working conditions for social workers. It is a privilege to be involved with the organization.” Elaine S. Rinfrette, RN, MSW, PhD, LCSW-R, LSW Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

78 Laurie Pezzullo, LMSW, CHC, CDM, CFPP Nassau Division  BSW Student Representative  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI) ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

79 …of NASW, as well as being a leader within this organization has enhanced both my personal and professional life through the individuals that I have been so honored to have met and have had the chance to work with. I have been able to network with individuals and organizations that, previous to my membership in NASW, were not on my radar.” Laurie Pezzullo, LMSW, CHC, CDM, CFPP Nassau Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

80 Bernadette C. Marson, PhD, ACSW, LCSW-R New York State Chapter  Vice President  Board Member-at-Large  Suffolk Division Director ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Suffolk Division

81 …are intellectual and not afraid of taking risks. They are not afraid to acknowledge they have made mistakes and are moral in all of their undertakings. Another attribute that I find to be important in a leader is the ability to influence others and guide them in the direction where the result is positive, leading to social justice and social change.” Bernadette C. Marson, Ph.D., ACSW, LCSW-R Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

82  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Sarah Simpson, CSW Westchester Division

83 …my life with long time, important friendships. Sarah Simpson, CSW Westchester Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

84 Reflections on Leadership

85  Treasurer  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Mark Buttiglieri, LCSW-R Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

86 …our professional organization that has a pulse on the social work profession. It provides a macro perspective, which includes public policy. It’s easy to get caught up in your own social work practice and not make time for larger systemic concerns. NASW gives us that wide-ranging perspective at the state level and across the country.” Mark Buttiglieri, LCSW-R Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

87 Board Member-at-Large Sylvia Gold, LCSW-R Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

88 …for the New York Chapter of NASW affords me the opportunity to have an impact on the future of social work and to preserve the integrity of the profession.” Sylvia Gold, LCSW-R Western Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

89 Bernadette C. Marson, PhD, ACSW, LCSW-R New York State Chapter  Vice President  Board Member-at-Large  Suffolk Division Director ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Suffolk Division

90 …has been enhanced through accomplishing tasks in the NASW and learning more about the profession of social work.” Bernadette C. Marson, Ph.D., ACSW, LCSW-R Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

91 Northeast Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Mary McCarthy, PhD, LMSW National Board Treasurer Region III Board Representative Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (Rep & Chair) New York State Chapter President President-elect Committee on Nominations & Leadership Identification Chair Delegate, Delegate Assembly Northeast Division Secretary Vice-President President-Elect President

92 … people are willing to follow you. If you offer ideas and are willing to work, people will work with you. My investment and passion is social work, it is part of the air I breathe. That is something that I am very proud of.” Mary McCarthy, PhD, LMSW Northeast Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

93 Milagros Dueño, LCSW-R ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Nassau Division  Division Director  Vice President  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly

94 …are the ones who drive the bus; and those in the state chapter and local divisions assist in making the bus reach its destination.” Milagros Dueño, LCSW-R Nassau Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

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96 Division Director Brenda Barkley, LMSW ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Genesee Valley Division

97 …in morality, loyalty, perseverance, genuineness, perseverance, dedication, flexibility, honesty, and the unwillingness to back down when you believe it's the RIGHT thing to do no matter WHO is attempting to control your thoughts and actions to conform to their opinion." Brenda L Barkley, LMSW Genesee Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

98 Laurie Pezzullo, LMSW, CHC, CDM, CFPP Nassau Division  BSW Student Representative  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI) ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

99 …to this profession, as well as to my friends and family, to be that I listened --- I understood their point of view, even if it wasn't mine. By listening I believe that we can make the greatest change.” Laurie Pezzullo, LMSW, CHC, CDM, CFPP Nassau Division

100 Genesee Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Katrina Ehman, LMSW  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI)

101 …has provided me with ample opportunities for networking and reconnecting to others in the profession. I have been very privileged to meet many social workers, who all have many different stories. Each story has provided me with insight into how social workers are continually addressing social injustices. I am looking forward to the year ahead, as it will bring new social workers to the group, as well as offer many moments to hear more stories. Sharing stories is what makes our world go around, as the stories inspire and motivate for change. “ Katrina Ehman, LMSW Genesee Valley Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

102 Reflections on Leadership

103  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly Carrie Jefferson-Smith, DSW, ACSW Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

104 …must be able to lead by example, they must be a good communicator and meet their commitments. They must also be able to work effectively with other people and inspire action from others.” Carrie Jefferson-Smith, DSW, ACSW Central Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

105 Michael Cappiello, LCSW Westchester Division  Division Director  New York State Delegate, National Delegate Assembly

106 …many opportunities for leadership experience that increase professional growth and career opportunities.” Michael Cappiello, LCSW Westchester Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

107 Pat Maxon, LMSW Northeast Division NYS Chapter NYS Chapter Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification member Board Member-at-Large NASW -National Delegate to the National Assembly Regional Coalition Co-Chair Delegate Assembly Region III Representative to the National Board

108 …in the amazing diversities of our social work colleagues. Meeting and working with them may reconfirm, test or expand your ideas of what social work is -- and can be. I've had the opportunity to meet and learn from renowned experts and innovative new practitioners in the course of service to NASW. I've shown up, stood up, considered, listened, spoken out, written and applauded. I've been a part of something big.” Pat Maxon, LMSW Northeast Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.

109 Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved. Michelle Cavaleri, LCSW-R  Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CNLI)

110 …that my commitment to social justice and “people helping people” be recognized as an integral part of what I do; that the families, adults and children whose lives I have touched, trust me and truly consider me an advocate for positive change.” Michelle Cavaleri, LCSW-R Suffolk Division ©2014 National Association of Social Workers NYS Chapter. All Rights Reserved.


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