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Understanding Diversity as a Career Path

Bonnie Miller has had a passionate heart from a young age to understand diversity, culture, and language, which paved her successful career in social work across the world, especially in war-torn regions. Bonnie shares future insights on this expanding and necessary field.

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Over the past decade, Bonnie has been involved in international work involving mental health, psychosocial support, and conflict resolution training, mostly in countries that have experienced conflict and genocide, such as Myanmar, Iraq, Afghanistan, Indonesia (Aceh), Kyrgyzstan, and so on. As a Faculty Field Liaison at the University of Maryland, she supervised graduate social work students at their internships for five years, retiring in 2019. She also edits books on international affairs and materials for an NGO that helps girls and women. Her volunteer activities include work with the American Red Cross as a Disaster Mental Health Responder for fires and other disasters and as a Reconnection Facilitator to provide support workshops for veterans, active military, and their families. Bonnie also volunteers at a local homeless shelter. Opportunities present themselves unexpectedly, so she is excited to see what the post-pandemic future holds.

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