Name: Virginia Gary
Date registered: 12 October, 2016
Virginia Gary is currently an MSW candidate at the University of Southern California and an intern at the SISGI Group. Virginia’s passion for addressing social injustices and inequities led her to embark on a career in human and social services nearly a decade ago. She has expertise in managing community awareness and fundraising campaigns at United Way of Miami-Dade and in overseeing clinical research studies in support of military health and medicine at the Naval Medical Center San Diego. With her vast experience, she has a holistic perspective on community issues and how to most effectively address them. Virginia’s concentration in the MSW program at USC is in community organization, planning and administration, and she is currently focusing her research efforts on mental health issues and homelessness specifically in the military community in addition to evidence-based interventions and programs that address these social issues.
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