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Title IV-E Academic Partnership in Public Child Welfare

Field Trainer


Biography

Kenya Duncan has worked as a field trainer with the Arkansas Academic Partnership in Public Child Welfare Title IV-E Grant since June 2012.  She received a Master's of Social Work Degree in 2012 from Arkansas State University.  She was named National Association of Social Workers Arkansas Chapter MSW Student of the Year.  Kenya gained experience in child welfare while working as a student intern and employee of Arkansas Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS) in  foster care and child maltreatment investigations. Kenya provides supervision for DCFS stipend students and is also an instructor for the Child Abuse and Neglect course. In addition, Kenya serves on Social Work departmental committees. She enjoys volunteering at the Women's Discovery Center in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

Kenya Duncan, LMSW


Contact Information

P: 870-972-3146
F: 870-972-3987


Office

Building: Eugene W. Smith Hall
Room: 327L



Alternative Contact

Sandra Tate
P: 870-972-3984
state@astate.edu