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researcher , social worker

Lisa Carrie Blum, American social worker, researcher. Achievements include development of National Model for Domestic Violence Response Teams now mandated under New Jersey Law. Grantee, Fahs-Beck Foundation, 1992; scholar, Rutgers University, 1986-1989.

Background

Blum, Lisa Carrie was born on November 11, 1961 in New York, United States.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, Douglass College, 1983. Master of Social Work, Rutgers University, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, Rutgers University, 1996.

Career

Clinical program coordinator Women Aware, Inc. Abused Women's Services, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1986—1994. Planning research consultant Atlanta (Georgia) Jewish Federation, 1994—1998.

Grants evaluator Friedman Supporting Foundation, 1996—1998. Coordinator outpatient geriatric services Jewish Family and Vocational Service, Edison, New Jersey, 2000—2003. Trainer Women Aware, Inc.

Abused Women's Superior vena cava syndrome, since 2001. Senior program coordinator Highland Park Senior/Youth Center, since 2004. Adjunct faculty School Social Work Rutgers University, New Brunswick, 1985—1991.

Consultant in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of National Model for Domestic Violence Response Teams now mandated under New Jersey Law.

Membership

Advisory board Project SPAN, Edison, since 1989. Commissioner Middlesex County Commission on Missing and Exploited Children, New Brunswick, 1990—1992. Member Middlesex County Child/Adult Protection Coalition, 1986—1994.

Member of National Association of Social Workers, New Jersey Coalition Battered Women, National Council Family Relations, Phi Beta Kappa.