Mildred Delozia, Ph.D., LMSW
Assistant Professor/Acting MSW Program Director
Charles P. Adams, Rm. 307
Dr. Delozia earned her Ph.D., in social work from Jackson State University, M.S.W. degree at Louisiana State University, and BSW in social work at Northwestern State University (Natchitoches, Louisiana). Her research, scholarship, teaching, and related interests include child and family services with a particular emphasis on childhood neglect, African American family and couple relationships, and health disparities as impacted by race, socio-economic status, and rurality. In addition to founding and serving as executive director of a 20 year old non-profit agency in Dallas, she has worked in private practice in Dallas and as manager of contracts and grants for the City of Dallas, contract compliance administrator, staff development specialist, and child welfare worker for the Texas Department of Human Services.
Dr. Delozia has presented at several national, regional, state, and local conferences including the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program meeting, National Association of Black Social Workers, Mississippi Child Welfare Conference, Research Association of Minority Professors’ National Conference, Association of Black Social Workers-North Louisiana Regional Conference (Houston and Shreveport). Her other scholarly works include publication in peer reviewed journals and grant writing. Her professional memberships include the National Association of Social Workers, National Association of Black Social Workers, and the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).