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Earlie M. Washington

social worker

Earlie M. Washington, American social worker. Recipient Maggie Drake Humanitarian award Tougaloo College, 1976, outstanding instructor psychology/mental health award, 1984; scholastic award National Institute of Mental Health, 1977. Member National Association Social Workers, National Association Black Social Workers.

Background

Washington, Earlie M. was born on September 28, 1956 in Madison County, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of Early B. and Mary (Burnett) W. Bachelor, Tougaloo College, 1976.

Education

Master of Social Work, Ohio State University, 1978. Drug counselor, then drug program coordinator Jackson Mental Health Center (Mississippi), 1978-1982. Instructor Tougaloo College, 1979-1982, director mental health training program, since 1982.

Private consultant, Jackson, since 1982. Board directors Catholic Charities Youth Program, Contact of Jackson.

Career

Instructor Tougaloo College, 1979-1982, director mental health training program, since 1982. Board directors Catholic Charities Youth Program, Contact of Jackson.

Religion

Only adults could be baptized and only by total immersion in water.

Politics

Christians acting as the salt of the earth and the light of the world have a responsibility to engage their culture, including participating in the political process.

Views

As your relationship with God develops and becomes closer, your living habits will change as a natural course of events.

Membership

Member National Association Social Workers, National Association Black Social Workers.

Connections

father:
Early B. Bachelor

mother:
Mary (Burnett) W. Bachelor