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2018 California Social Welfare Archives Awards Reception

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Radisson Hotel Los Angeles at USC

3540 South Figueroa St.

Grand Ballroom

Los Angeles, California 90007

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The California Social Welfare Archives (CSWA) will hold its Annual Awards Reception on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 in the Grand Ballroom at Radisson Hotel Los Angeles at USC. A dinner buffet and reception at 5:00 will be followed at 6:00 by the guest speaker and awards presentation. All are welcome! Please share this invitation with your colleagues!

Tickets for the fundraiser are $45 per person. A limited quantity of sponsored tickets will be made available to MSW students. Contact us at cswa@usc.edu or 213-743-0201 to inquire about a sponsored ticket. USC internal requisitions are also accepted (Make selections and select "Pay by Invoice").

This year’s honorees are:

Daniel Heimpel - Guest speaker and recipient of the George D. Nickel Award for Outstanding Contributions to Social Welfare

Journalism in the Best Interest of the Child

Daniel Heimpel is an educator, an award winning journalist, and the founder of Fostering Media Connections, a national non-profit news organization dedicated to issues facing vulnerable children, youth and their families. He has taught courses on the intersection of journalism and child policy at USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy, the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice, and through his Journalism for Social Change course offered on the edX online learning platform. He has written and produced stories about vulnerable children for Newsweek, Los Angeles Daily News, LA Weekly, Seattle Times, Oprah Winfrey Network, KPCC, and KCRW among others.

Alex Morales - George D. Nickel Award for Outstanding Professional Services by a Social Worker

After 30 years of service to the well-being of children and families, Children’s Bureau’s President & CEO Alex Morales recently announced his retirement. Morales’ visionary leadership has guided the 113-year-old nonprofit to pioneer efforts in the child abuse prevention and treatment arena that has impacted thousands of vulnerable children and families both locally and nationwide.

Tena M. Nelson, PhD - Frances Lomas Feldman Excellence in Education Award

In addition to her work as an educator and practitioner, Dr. Nelson's pioneering efforts to improve social work practice in the public sector truly embody the legacy of Frances Lomas Feldman. By developing innovative delivery forums for professional social work training and licensure preparation, her initiatives have uniquely supported professional social work education and workforce preparedness and retention.



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