The Network for Social Work Management invites you to become a NSWM Ambassador! As part of our ongoing efforts to strengthen and advance social work management within health and human services, we are offering members the opportunity to join us in our mission. As a volunteer, NSWM Ambassadors assist in the Network’s outreach efforts to recruit members, invite social workers and health and human services professionals and organizations to partake in our newsletters and blog series, share NSWM news and events, and help plan and organize Social Work Management Week (SWMW).
Benefits of becoming an NSWM Ambassador include:
- Leadership/Management focused magazine subscription
- Recognition on NSWM website
- Recognition through NSWM email campaign and social media
- Certificate of Appreciation
- Access to NSWM Slack
- NSWM e-mail address
- Conference Registration
- Emerging Leader Institute Registration
- Guaranteed slot in NSWM Mentorship Program (must apply)
By becoming an NSWM Ambassador, you will communicate and collaborate with other social workers and health and human services professionals, build your network and enhance your management and leadership skills.
Meet NSWM’s Ambassadors
Marqueth Williams, MSW, LSWA
Marqueth Williams earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, and then went on to get her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Florida State University with a concentration in Social Policy and Administration. While on her journey to her Master’s, Marqueth worked as an Abuse Registry Counselor, Literacy Tutor, Library Assistant, and even operated heavy machinery in a mailroom. She currently works as a case manager with the rapidly growing aging population, while also facilitating a Social Work licensing group and participating in committees at work.
In her spare time, Marqueth enjoys reading, researching, PC and console gaming, falling into the trap known as educational YouTube, and coming up with random crafts to share with friends and family.
Uri Yarmush, BA
Uri Yarmush earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Rutgers University and will earn his MSW from Rutgers in 2019. Uri has worked with both children and adults with various life challenges, which led him to his path in social work. He is currently a case manager working with at risk youth, professionals and communities ensuring that their emotional and behavioral needs are met. As a part of his MSW journey and future path, Uri is currently volunteering at MTI as a Program Coordinator. Uri is working with the CEO on creating a new program that aims to assist Veterans in recovery, utilizing Equine Assisted Coaching. As a part of his work at MTI, Mr. Yarmush is working on grant writing for non- profit organizations along with broadening his future in management and leadership.
As an avid volunteer, Uri seeks out new ways he can use his social work skills to create and improve organizations and help individuals and groups who are in need.