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date: 25 January 2021

Young, Alma T.locked

  • Sadye L. M. LoganSadye L. M. LoganDream Maker's Education Foundation, Encyclopedia of Social Work, Social Work Journal for Women

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Alma T. Young (1930–2012) was employed in 1960 by Mount Sinai’s Department of Social Work and worked as the director of quality assurance until her retirement in 1998. Her unwavering dedication, vision, commitment, and astute leadership gave rise to programs and services such as New Alternatives for Children (NAC). She was also the founding member of the social work section of the American Public Health Association.

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