Amanda Morgan-Henry, MSW, LCSW-C
Amanda Morgan-Henry, LCSW-C is the Field Director for the Master of Social Work (MSW) degree program at Chamberlain University. She is a licensed clinical social worker and creative visionary with a passion for growing competent community-conscious social workers.
She has nearly 20 years’ experience collectively in child welfare, homelessness, community engagement, non-profit leadership, and private clinical practice. She is a board-certified clinical supervisor, former adjunct professor, and former assistant director of field education. She has also been an accreditation specialist for the Council on Social Work Education. She is proud of her ancestral connection to Africa, and has a certificate in African-Centered Social Work Practice. Her research interests are African-centered parenting programs, parenting of African-American adolescents, and the career trajectories of African American women social workers.
A native of Baltimore and an active alumna of the oldest, all-girls, public high school in the country, Amanda loves herbal tea and office supplies, and adores fun nail polish colors. She is married, and enjoys navigating her two-therapist household with her British-Jamaican husband, Michael.