The following Change Agents are the inaugural recipients of the University’s Alfred Adler Social Justice Award, which honors faculty, staff, and students for activism promoting Adlerian values.
“In this day and age, the idea of bridging social distance, of living out the true ideal of social interest is, indeed, revolutionary,” said Elena Quintana, co-executive director of the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice. Quintana presented the award at Adler’s Annual Retreat in March. “Individuals working to advance social interest are, therefore, true, even if unintended, activists in our midst.”
A champion for young people, Carmelita Booker has a long history of social justice advocacy in the field...
Twenty-seven times since 2003, longtime Adler faculty member Jerry Westermeyer has traveled to El Salvador, where he works with two...
Len Sperry, M.D., Ph.D., ABBP, professor and director of clinical training at Florida Atlantic University, and Clinical Professor...
Gary Howell, Psy.D. ’08, an associate professor and director of practicum training at the Florida School of Professional...
Jordan Pickell, M.C.P. ’13, is currently a sexual assault counsellor at Vancouver’s Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW) Rape...
Richard Porcelli, MOP ’11, director of learning and advisory services at the Boston-based national nonprofit Health Leads, develops...
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