Dr. Earl Bradford Smith, Assistant Professor, College of Leadership and Social Change, MSW Department of Social Work at Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA, and Walden University, Part-Time, Contributing Faculty Member in the MSW School of Social Work and Human Services. Dr. Earl Bradford Smith has an Interdisciplinary Studies background, with professional and higher education teaching, research and service, as well as experiences in School Social Work; Medical Social Work; Social Work with Children, Youth, and Families; Social Work with First Responders and Law Enforcement Officers and Public School Secondary Principal experiences.
Also, he has been a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant for various Law Enforcement Agencies on the City, State and FBI levels. Dr. Smith’s research specializations are in Social Justice; Cultural Competency; Cultural Relativism; Multicultural and Systems Theories. Currently, he is developing a Culturally Responsive Online Teaching Rubric specifically to assess the quality of Online Instruction in this respective area. Finally, he enjoys an active balanced Holistic Lifestyle empowering intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual growth and development.