Jodi L. Constantine Brown, Ph.D. joined the CSUN faculty in August 2011. She is currently a Full Professor in the Department of Social Work and serves as the Director of Online and Offsite MSW Programs, Director of Special Sessions for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Co-Associate Director of the Center for Assessment, Research, and Evaluation. Dr. Constantine Brown earned her MSW from the University of Illinois-Chicago and her Ph.D. from Washington University in St. Louis. She completed a post-doctoral research fellowship in mental health economics at the Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School. In her previous position as Program Director for Team Survivor, a non-profit that provides free exercise for women with cancer, Dr. Constantine Brown developed and implemented the organization’s first program evaluation, expanded the program by six percent annually, and generated over $300,000 in grant funding. Dr. Constantine Brown has presented locally, nationally, and internationally, and has published refereed journal articles on mindfulness and compassion fatigue, program evaluation, and alcoholism. Her teaching and research interests include program evaluation, pedagogy, complementary health, mental health care policy, organizational networks, and access to care. Dr. Constantine Brown currently serves on the CSBS college personnel committee, attended the HERS Leadership Institute in 2017, and served on faculty senate from 2014-2016.
- Ph.D. 1999, Washington University
- M.S.W 1995, University of Illinois-Chicago
- B.S.W. 1992, Colorado State University
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