Darlyne Bailey Honored by the National Association of Social Workers
Darlyne Bailey, Stoneleigh Board Member and Dean and Professor of the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College, is one of six influential African American social workers honored by the National Association of Social Workers during its celebration of Black History Month. Darlyne was honored with a group that included Dorothy Height, Franklin Frazier, Larry Davis, Whitney Young Jr., and Mildred Joyner.
Prior to her position at Bryn Mawr, Darlyne served as the first Dean of the then newly merged College of Education and Human Development and Assistant to the President at the University of Minnesota, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean at Teacher’s College at Columbia University, and Dean of the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. Darlyne has been the recipient of many awards and honors, including the W.K. Kellogg National Leadership Program as a Group XIII Fellow. She has written numerous articles and book chapters, in addition to co-authoring several books (including Strategic Alliances Among Health and Human Services Organizations: From Affiliations to Consolidations). Her most recent book is Sustaining Our Spirits: Women Leaders Thriving for Today and Tomorrow, has its own website. Darlyne has a master’s degree from the School of Social Work at Columbia University and a doctorate in Organizational Behavior from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.
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