Governor Appointed to State Board
Gov. Roy Cooper appointed CAROLYN CRADDOCK to the North Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board.
Craddock is a lecturer and assistant field coordinator at the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s School of Social Work. She’s also a clinical social worker and addictions specialist.
“Her extensive clinical and administrative experience in behavioral health includes working in community mental health and crisis services with families, children, and adults,” officials say.
The state board’s mission is to “protect the public by setting standards for qualification, training, and experience for those who seek to represent themselves to the public as certified social workers or licensed clinical social workers and by promoting high standards of professional performance for those engaged in the practice of social work in accordance with the Social Worker Certification and Licensure Act.”
Craddock serves as president of the National Association of Social Workers in North Carolina. She earned her master’s degree from Boston College and bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech.
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