Leadership in 2005–06

Pamela Monroe

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Dr. Pamela Ann Monroe is a professor in the School of Social Work, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. She was awarded the Doris Lasseigne Carville and Jules Carville Endowed Chair as Professor of Human Ecology in 2002. She is the Director of the Louisiana Poverty Initiative and was Associate Dean of the Graduate School at Louisiana State. She was a policy analyst for the Louisiana House of Representatives and is the State Director of the Family Impact Seminars. She co-founded and coordinated NCFR’s pre-conference Public Policy Advocacy Skills Workshops. A prolific writer and researcher, she has authored many publications, has served as a reviewer on both of NCFR’s journals, and has mentored and advised many undergraduate and graduate students. She was a visiting scholar at Virginia Polytechnic University and has presented at many conferences and workshops worldwide. Her research interests include poverty, welfare reliance, welfare reform, family policy, women’s labor force participation, and economic revitalization/workforce development. She is an NCFR Fellow. She is the mother of three: a daughter and twin sons.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 The 2006 Board of Directors included the following individuals:

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  • President: Pamela Monroe
  • President-Elect: Maxine Hammonds-Smith
  • Members-at-Large: Deborah B. Gentry, Robert Reyes, Stephen T. Russell, Suzanne R. Smith, and Bahira Sherif Trask
  • President, Association of Councils: Marcie J. Brooke
  • Student/New Professionals Representative: Julia Kohler
  • Executive Director: Michael Benjamin
  • Executive Assistant, Ex Officio: Jeanne Strand


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