Jataun J. Rollins is an LCSW currently employed with the State of Illinois having worked in the field of child Welfare for over 19 years. She has taught Social Work courses at state universities as an Adjunct Faculty Member and is presently in private practice in Homewood with Jataun J. Williams & Associates, LLC. She has presented over the years for number of organizations. Her hobbies are genealogy and traveling.
Lupeda T Brown, MSW, LCSW began her social work calling immediately upon graduation from Illinois State University in 1991. She was born and raised on the west side of Chicago, IL where she and her husband remain committed to the revitalization of North Lawndale residents and community. She worked in Child Welfare direct practice in avariety of case management roles – foster care, adoption, pregnancy counseling and family preservation for 17 years.
Deborah Perkins, MA, MSW, MA PhD candidate 2014
Deborah Perkins earned her BSW from Central State University, an MA in Counseling from Bowling Green State University, her MSW from Dominican University, an MA in Gerontology from Concordia University and is presently a PhD Candidate for 2014 from Capella University. Ms. Perkins has centered her research interests on women ex offenders looking at well being, re entry services, issues on aging in prison and death and dying. She has been a long time member of CABSW having worked on various committees and presented at the 45th Annual Conference in Jacksonville, Fl. for NABSW. She presented at the 6th Annual joint Gender and Women's Studies Conference last Spring 2014.
William H. Davis, LCPC received his BA from North Central College (NCC) and he is presently serving as a Board Member and President of the African-American Alumni Association of NCC. Mr. Davis majored in Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology. He served four years on their Alumni Board, chaired the Awards and Recognition Committee for two years. Now he is serving as a Board Member and President of the African-American Alumni Association of NCC.
Terri T. Davis is a lifelong resident of the Chicago area. She attended Illinois State University and earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and Social Work. Later she earned an Art of the Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Chicago, School of Social Services Administration (SSA).
EDWARD BOWMAN, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker, retired from the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center on Chicago’s Westside. He was Chief of Prosthetics. He has been a member of the counseling ministry at Trinity United Church of Christ for 18 years. He is chairman of the board of the Endeleo Institute, an umbrella corporation of healthcare, counseling, higher education, career readiness and community development in the Trinity United Church of Christ corporate structure.