"Mr. Bell's highly visible role provides him a national platform from which to share the social work perspective," says Celeste Carey, MSW, president of the NASW Washington State Chapter. "By representing social work at the highest levels, he contributes greatly to enhancing the public's perception of the social work profession."
Bell received a Bachelor of Science in biology from Delta State University and a Master of Social Work from Hunter College School of Social Work. He currently is a doctoral candidate in social welfare at Hunter College School of Social Work.
Bell uses the national platform afforded by his position with Casey Family Programs to unfailingly advance the needs of vulnerable children and their families, to promote improvement in child welfare policies and systems, and to ceaselessly advocate for support for social workers and the social work profession.
The National Association of Social Workers Foundation is extremely honored to recognize William C. Bell, MSW with the 2007 International Rhoda G. Sarnat Award.
To interview Mr. Bell, please contact NASW Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the NASW Foundation or awards, please contact NASWF via e-mail at email@example.com.
About the NASW Foundation
The National Association of Social Workers Foundation (NASWF) is a
charitable organization created in 2001 to enhance the well-being of
individuals, families and communities through the advancement of social
work practice. The Foundation administers a wide variety of educational and
research programs in an effort to fulfill its core mission. The Fou
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