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Ph.D. Candidate Profile


Tenesha Littleton

MSW, University of Georgia, 2006
BA, Psychology, Tulane University, 2004

Tenesha Littleton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 10 years of post-MSW experience   providing direct services to children and families within the child welfare, mental health, and education systems. Her research interests include ecological approaches to the prevention of child maltreatment, life span outcomes of children involved in the child welfare system, trauma-informed systems of care, and child and family social policy. In 2016, Littleton received the Southern Regional Education Board's Doctoral Scholars Award. Her aspirations are to become a professor at a research university to advance the knowledge base of the social work profession and train future social workers.

CV available on request; email