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Juanita Woodland, MSW

849 Boundary Road


Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097
jw107df10@westpost.net
609-206-6091 (mobile)

O B JE C T I V E: To impact policy making and child protection law in a way tha


t improves the well-being and education levels of todayas urban youth.
E D U C A T I O N
Widener University a" Chester, PA
a PhD Candidate a" 2nd year
University of Pennsylvania a" Philadelphia, Pa
a Masters in Social Work a" May, 2007
Saint Josephas University a" Philadelphia, Pa
a B.S. Psychology a" May, 2004

P R O F E S S I O N A L E X P E R I E N C E
Deptford Township School System
Substitute Teacher State of New Jersey
Middle and High School
September 2010
Childrenas Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
Therapist a" School Support Program
Research Assistant
August 2009 a" June 2010
a Implemented Homework, Study and Organization Skills (HSO)
a Facilitated a clinical trial that evaluated the effectiveness of two school-ba
sed interventions to help 3rd-5th grade inner-city girls with social behavior an
d academic functioning
a Delivered manualized school-based intervention to improve social behavior and
academic functioning in grade school girls in the School District of Philadelphi
a for NIMH-funded research project
a Developed partnerships with school professionals (principals, teachers, studen
ts and parents) to implement the interventions
a Participated in recruitment, screening and outcome assessment of participants

St. Christopheras Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA


Emergency Room/Trauma/Burn Social Worker
July 2007 a" March 2009
a Provided social work services to emergency room patients and hospital inpatien
ts
a Developed and administered skills and knowledge of DSM
a Maintained appropriate and accurate documentation in patient records
a Worked closely with Psychiatric physicians, Medical Examiner, Division of Fami
ly Services (DYFS), Special Victims Unit and Department of Human Services (DHS)
a Performed psychosocial assessments, act as a liaison between the family and th
e healthcare team
a Collaborated with a multidisciplinary healthcare team to coordinate resources,
community referrals, and assisted with financial barriers
a Identified and obtained appropriate support systems to help patients and famil
ies cope with the various stressors and demands that often accompany acute, chro
nic or terminal illness
a Provided information about resources for needs which included legal services,
counseling health insurance, transportation, finances, and vocational services

Camden County Technical School a" Sicklerville, New Jersey


September 2006 to April 2007
a Successful understanding of the dynamic interplay among cultural, social, phys
iological and psychological factors which affect client-system functioning, incl
uding the impact of problems of adolescent literacy locally, racism, sexism, and
other forms of oppression on students
a Assigned 10 special education students for individual counseling
a Designed and facilitated four, six week groups to teach conflict resolution an
d anger management skills, involving both male and female students
a Knowledge of Individual Education Program (IEP) form
a Completed social assessment on special education students
a Completed home visits and parent-student evaluations
a Participated in Child Study Team staff meetings
a Successfully contacted community resources for funds to expose needy students
to the arts and professional sporting events.

Thomas Jefferson Hospital a" Philadelphia, PA


September 2005 to May 2006
a Provided bio-psychosocial assessments supports in a primary care setting
a Provided resources and mental health counseling services to patients of all ag
es, cultural backgrounds, and genders
a Offered support and counseling to patients and families for inpatient internal
medicine service
a Participated in interdisciplinary team meetings

St. Josephas University a" Philadelphia, PA


Research Assistant a" SELA Program a" March 2005
a Assessment of Pre-School Teachers for Early Learning Literacy
Compas Incorporated a" Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Human Resources Manager a" April 1992 to December 2002
a Designed and implemented employee manual
a Administered benefits including life, health and 401K for staff of 50+
a Ensured the efficient processing of all unemployment claims
a Maintained personal files and performance appraisals
a Placed classified advertisement for open positions
a Negotiated and maintained office equipment contracts
a Responsible for processing all internal billing
a Prepared bi-monthly payroll and maintained petty cash records
a Generated insertion orders for media schedules entered in Compas System
a Secured insertion order approvals from assigned contracts
a Assisted Controller in monthly and year-end closings
a Processed weekly reports utilizing QuickBooks systems
a Prepared and delivered all bank deposits
a Received, reviewed and approved all vendor invoices
Gateway Regional High School a" Woodbury Heights, New Jersey
Administrative Assistant to School Psychologist a" May 1989 to April 1992
a Responsible for high level parent/student contact
a Responsible for all student confidential reports
a Extensive interaction with classified and special needs students
a Typed all correspondence related to student files
a Established excellent rapport with faculty and students within a four-sending
school district

Drexel University a" Philadelphia, PA a" November 1976- to April 1981


Secretary to Chairman of Chemistry Department
a Typed research proposals for National Science Foundation
a Responsible for correspondence and classroom work for15 Professors
a Executed daily operations including scheduling of seminars and management meet
ing coordination
a Organized and maintained Library System for Chairman
Selected by Dean of Freshman to an Administrative Assistant position
Promoted to Personal Department in an Administrative position within the year
a Processed new applications for 50+, within the university
a Responsible for all aspects of recruitment functions including scheduling, int
erviewing and processing pre-employment tests

R E L E V A N T S K I L L S & I N T E R E S TS
a New Jersey Certified Social Worker
a Home School Certified
a Member of New Jersey Association of School Social Workers
a Certified CITI Course in The Protection of Human Research Subjects and HIPAA f
or Research
a Substitute Teacheras Credential State of New Jersey #350797
a CPR certified (2008)
a 2005 recipient of the David A. Lynch Award
a FEMA certified in ICS 100 Incident Command System
a FEMA certified in NIMS National Incident Management System
a Certified Level I Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation
a National Honor Society - Phi Theta Kappa
a Technical skills including Microsoft Office applications, peer-to-peer network
ing, Excel, and Power Point
a Excellent written and verbal communication skills
a Strong organizational time management skills
a Volunteer for Habitat for Humanities, Underwood Memorial Hospital, St. Margare
tas School as a Religious Educator
a Case management, individual and group therapy/counseling, Advocacy skills, Tra
uma Counseling, Mentoring

Juanita Woodland, MSW


849 Boundry Road
Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097
(609)206-6091 (Mobile)

References

Dr. Steven Kauffman, Ph.D.


Associate Professor
Widener University
One University Place
Chester, PA 19013-5792
610-499-1284

Ms. Karen Vogel, MSW


St. Christopheras Hospital for Children
Erie and Front Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215-427-6005
Ms. Brooke Paskewich, Psy.D.
Supervisor
The Childrenas Hospital for Children
3535 Market Street, Suite 1409
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-590-3193
Dr. Damon Freeman, Ph.D.
School of Social Policy and Practice
University of Pennsylvania
36th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19124
215-898-5511