Lee Hopkins, LMSW, is a tri-lingual migrant rights and public health advocate, social worker, and non-profit program manager, with experience in the US, Latin America, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Trauma-informed supervision and evidence-based, community driven programs are the foundation of Lee’s work over the past fourteen years with a number of non-profit organizations, including CASA de Maryland, Tahirih Justice Center, International Rescue Committee and Habitat for Humanity.
In the interest of connecting with and advocating alongside other social workers, she joined the Social Worker United for Immigrants network in 2017, and today co-leads monthly immigration news updates and network meetings.
Lee received her MSc. in Social Work from Columbia University as a Management Fellow, with a specialty in non-profit administration and supervision, and holds an Honors B.A. in International Development from McGill University in Canada.
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