Kainen Bell ’17 Discusses Career Journey and Work with love.fútbol

Wondering what alums are up to around the globe?

Check out this blog post from Kainen Bell, a 2017 SEA Advanced Standing graduate who became a Fulbright Fellow in 2018 in Brazil, where he researched the impact of the economic recession on various nonprofits, and thereafter, joined love.fútbol, a global nonprofit that brings communities together using football pitch projects as platforms for change, as a Grants & Salesforce database specialist.

CSSW Alumni Recognized for Notable Contributions to the Community

Congratulations to the following alums who have been recognized for their great work in the community!

Alumna Jillian Rose ’05 Receives Distinguished Educator Award!

We’d like to extend a warm congratulations to Alumna Jillian Rose, LCSW ’05, MPH, on receiving the Distinguished Educator Award from the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP) for her “sustained excellence in the teaching of patients and students/trainees, including health professional students, medical students, residents, graduate students, and/or fellows, with their primary focus being rheumatology-related content.”

Jillian currently serves as Director of Community Engagement, Diversity and Research at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City. She started her career at HSS in 2005 and has dedicated much of her work to understanding inequalities in rheumatology care and empowering both patients and health care providers to ensure the highest quality of care for all.

Most recently, she served as a guest speaker at our recent Communities of Color Roundtable Networking Event, where she provided mentorship and advice to current students about leading successful careers as professionals of color.

Read the full press release to learn more about her background and achievements.