Roxanna Duntley-Matos President

Sofia Estrada Ferreira Vice President

Nora Suarez-Sanders Secretary

Adriana Cardoso Reyes​ Treasurer


Odeather Hill Allied Member-at-Large


Lissette Mira-Amaya Member-at-Large


Michelle Roman Business Member-at-Large



Yvette Colón Webmaster

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OLASW-MI

503 W. Cass Street
Bangor, MI 49013


Email:  olasw.michigan @ gmail.com

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​​​Latino Social Work Organization Conference 2018 - Breaking Down Walls and Abriendo Puertas: Promoting Justice in Social Work Practice - will be held October 18-19, 2018 at University of Illinois Chicago campus.


Now available! The Experiences of the Latina and Latino Student Population at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor: Community Assessment by Reyna Asadizoudegani, Esther Ayers, Lorraine M. Gutiérrez, Bryan Montano Maceda, Cassandra Muro, Fernando Moro Covas, & Audrey Pallmeyer.


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The primary mission of the Organization of Latino Social Workers is to define and advance the Latino agenda within the social work profession in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. 

OLASW is characterized by its commitment to improving the overall health and psychological well-being of the Latino population. Toward this end, OLASW seeks to promote access to educational and economic opportunities for all Latino social workers.



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OLASW Scholarship & Recognition Banquet


El Concilio/Hispanic American Council  
930 Lake Street, #A
Kalamazoo, MI 49001


OLASW-MI is proud to announce its upcoming celebration of outstanding accomplishments of social work students and professionals, including awards for outstanding social justice advocates representing several Latinx cultures as well as our new “Cultural Heritage and the Arts Programs Award” and our “Bilingual/ Bicultural Educational Program Award.”


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