The RPC Celebrates Social Work Month and the Many Social Workers Who Serve Our Clients Every Day

The 2020 Social Work Month logo

March is National Professional Social Work Month, an opportunity for social workers around the country—and the RPC—to educate the public about the invaluable contributions of the profession. Every day, the nation’s 680,000 social workers work to empower and elevate millions of people, including some of the most vulnerable in our society.

The theme for Social Work Month 2020 is Social Workers: Generations Strong. According to the Social Work Month website, “The theme has various meanings. As we enter a new decade it is important to look back and honor the powerful, positive impact the social work profession has had on our society for generations. We also want to spotlight the life-affirming work that social workers from all generations—from the Greatest Generation to the Z Generation—are doing.”

At the RPC, more than 35 of our employees serve as social workers in our Community Services and Early Childhood Education divisions. This month we thank them for all they do.

Social Workers at the RPC

Early Childhood Education

Jasmine Ash
Donna Blumer
Jacki Buckingham
Ashley Cook
Veronika Cvancara
Sheila Ellis
Katherine Haskins
Shamika Jackson
Kenya Kelly
Kelesia Kunkel
Shanice Lenoir
Lashaundra Lockett
Toronda McFarland
Arica Moss
Margaret Potter
Angela Purviance
Darcy Sager
Darya Shahgheibi
Claudia Sparrow
Kaley Spencer
Michelle Styan
Amber Taylor
Brenda Todd
Irene Weathersby
Samantha Wells

Community Services

Thomas Bates
Jeremy Bell
Lisa Benson
Annie Bruno
Markie Gentry
Katie Harmon
Stephanie Kyrouac
Kathryn Sheridan
Cherie Truax
Sara Wilham
Angela Yost

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