Nancy A. Morrow, MSW

Nancy A. Morrow, MSW

  • Lecturer, MSW Program

Nancy Morrow is currently a consultant and trainer in the field of aging and long term care. Her particular areas of interest include case management, mental health and aging, consumer-directed care, strengths-based approach, and ethical issues in long term care. Ms. Morrow regularly provides workshops and training seminars for agencies locally, statewide, and nationally. Other services she provides include program development, strategic planning, curriculum development, and grant writing. Ms. Morrow is also the Director of Development at the Supportive Older Women’s Network (SOWN). Some of her previous experience includes Executive Director of Pennsylvania Care Management Institute and the Director of Protective Services at the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging. Ms. Morrow was awarded the 2004 Agency Award by WOMEN’S WAY for her extensive work in support of older women and received the Excellence in Teaching Award in 2004-2005. Ms. Morrow has also secured several grants for the School from the John A. Hartford Foundation to provide geriatric enrichment to social work education at the School, further develop community partnerships and support training initiatives in aging and social work. Ms. Morrow completed her undergraduate work in psychology at Bucknell University and received her MSW at the University of Pennsylvania.

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