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2017 Alumni Awardees

The Distinguished Alumni Awards honor BCSSW MSW or PhD alumni who have made significant contributions to the social work profession.

Alumni Nick Teich, MSW ’09, the founder and CEO of Harbor Camps, and Debra Sosin, MSW ’77, Project Director at Family Connections, were recognized in a ceremony at the Diversity and Justice and Alumni Awards Conference. 

View video interviews with both distinguished alumni awardees where they share the impact their social work education has played on their success. 

2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards recipient
Nick Teich with Professor Susan Tohn

2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards recipient Nick Teich, MSW ’09, the founder and CEO of Harbor Camps 

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2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards recipient Debra Sosin, MSW ’77, Project Director at Family Connections
Debra Sosin with Irene Spiro, MSW '77

2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards recipient Debra Sosin, MSW ’77, Project Director at Family Connections

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