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M. Caroline Wong, MSW

  • Lecturer, MSW Program

Caroline Wong, MSW, is the retired Senior Associate Director of the Master of Science in Social Policy Program (MSSP), current Director of SP2’s Pipeline for Promise Program, and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice. She has worked as a licensed social worker for over 20 years. Her practice experience has included work with immigrants, entrants, asylees, and refugees, both in the United States and overseas through domestic abuse counseling, family counseling, and crisis intervention.

Prior to joining the University of Pennsylvania, Ms. Wong served as the Vice President and Coordinator of Counseling Services for the Nationalities Service Center, a member agency of American Council for Nationalities Services (currently Immigration and Refugee Services of America). As a senior administrative officer she provided leadership and direction to departments and programs within a community based social service agency mandated to work with immigrants, refugees, and limited/non-English speakers.

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