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KELLY SMITH, DSW(C), M.Ed., M.Sc.

Doctoral Candidate, University of Southern California

KELLY SMITH, DSW(C), M.Ed., M.Sc.

Doctoral Candidate, University of Southern California

Biography

KELLY SMITH, DSW(C), M.Ed., M.Sc. Kelly Smith is a doctoral candidate in social work at the University of Southern California and a member of the Council for Social Work Education’s Environmental Justice Curricular Guide Task Force. She is an adjunct professor and holds a Master’s degree in Gender and Social Policy from the London School of Economics. As a member of the New York City Teaching Fellows, Kelly also obtained a Master’s degree in English Education. She was a founding teacher and sustainability coordinator at a public school for girls in Brooklyn, New York, where she facilitated the building of a school garden with NYC’s Grow to Learn Initiative and was the faculty advisor for the Green Team that engaged students with STEAM. Her current research and academic interests focus on the intersections between social work, environmental justice, climate change, and education for women and girls. 

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