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Filomena M. Critelli
University at Buffalo 15 Knowlton Avenue
School of Social Work Kenmore, N.Y. 14217
665 Baldy Hall 646-258-0266
2003 Ph.D., Social Welfare, University at Albany
Dissertation: Foster Mothers and Welfare Reform
1977 Master of Social Work, University at Buffalo 1974 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Buffalo State College
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY2005- present Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo School of Social Work 2002-2005 Assistant Executive Director, The Door, New York, N.Y.
1997-2002 Assistant Executive Director. Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York, N.Y.
1992-1994 Assistant Executive Director, Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York, N.Y.
1991-1992 Division Director, Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York, N.Y.
1989-1991 Director of Staff Development, Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York, N.Y.
1994 – 1996 Adjunct Lecturer, University at Albany, School Of Social Welfare, Masters in Social Work Program 1990-1995 Adjunct Professor, LaGuardia Community College, City ` University of New York, Department of Human Services Program Coordinator, Presbyterian Hospital, VICTIMS 1986-1989 Program 1984-1986 Supervisor, Project Basement, New York Foundling Hospital, New York, NY.
1982-1984 Social Worker, Project Basement, New York Foundling Hospital, New York, NY.
1979 – 1982 Social Worker, Mott Haven Prevention Program, New York Foundling Hospital, Bronx, N.Y.
1977-1979 Social Worker, Pius X11 Youth and Family Services, Bronx, N.Y.
AWARDS & HONORS 2010 Faculty Internationalization Fund, Office of International Education, University at Buffalo 2010 Professional Development Award United University Professionals, University at Buffalo 2001 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation Dissertation Research Award for Child Welfare Research 2001 University at Albany, Graduate Student Organization Dissertation Research Award 1994-1996 University of Albany, School of Social Welfare Graduate Assistantship Award
-2PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Reviewer, International Sociology Health and Social Policy Journal of Family Issues Violence Against Women Gender, Culture and Place Member, International Federation of Social Workers National Association of Social Workers
University at Buffalo School of Social Work SW 991 International Social Work (Developed new course, Spring 2009) SW 550 First Year Practicum 1 Seminar SW 500 Social Welfare History and Policy SW 563Advanced Policy Development and Analysis SW 569 Community Social Work SW 565 Integrated Seminar in Community Practice SW 799 Independent Study (Jennifer Willett, Spring 2007; Beth Landsdale, Fall 2007; Spring 2009, Emily Lundberg; Spring 2010, Sibel Ercan, Joanna Slobom) August 2010: Health in Brazil: Study abroad course on comparative health services between the U.S. and Brazil as part of exchange program between the University at Buffalo and Universidade Presidente Antonio Carlos (UNIPAC).
Spring 2011 Doctoral Research Internship (Bincy Wilson) University at Albany School of Social Work SW 630 Social Work Macro-Practice 1 SW 631 Social Work Macro-Practice 11 SW 730 Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents LaGuardia Community College, City University of New York HSC 101 Community Dynamics HSN 102 Introduction to Human Relations Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons The Physician-Patient Relationship: Treatment of Survivors of Sexual Assault
Current Membership Member, Bincy Wilson, Social Work (Ph.D), Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Women: Transcultural Issues Member, Nighat Pervez, Global Gender Studies (MA), Women’s Activism in Pakistan
Research $3, 700: Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy. Principal Investigator: Toward the Protection Women in Pakistan: A Study at DASTAK Women’s Shelter, Lahore, Pakistan-2007 $10, 134: Buffalo Center for Social Research. Principal Investigator: Advancing the rights of women in Pakistan, Lahore, Pakistan-2006 Programs $900,000: NY City Department of Education, Students in Transition Center-2004 $1.4 million: Center for Disease Control, Adolescent HIV Prevention ServicesNew York City Administration for Children’s Services, Agency for Child Development, Day Care Services- 2001 $370,000: New York City Administration for Children’s Services, Respite Care Program-1999 $12,000,000: New York City Administration for Children’s Services Foster Care Adoption, Medical and Mental Health, and Independent Living Services Programs-1999 $10,000: Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Adolescent Program-1997 $150,000: New York State Crime Victims Board, V.I.C.T.I.M.S Program-1985
Critelli, F.M. (2011, June). Eliminating gender violence: the path to sustainable development in Pakistan. First Annual International Conference on Society,
Critelli, F.M. (2009, October). Profiles in Resilience: Voices of women seeking shelter services in Pakistan. Coping and Resilience Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia Critelli, F.M. (2009, May). Claiming the right to freedom from violence in Pakistan.
Fifth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Critelli, F.M. (2008, August). Women’s rights are human rights :Gender violence in Pakistan. International Federation of Social Workers World Conference, Salvador Bahia, Brazil.
Critelli, F.M. (2007, October). Labor of Love: Foster Mothers and Welfare Reform.
Council on Social Work Education, 53rd Annual Program Meeting, San Francisco, California.
Critelli, F.M. (2006, July). Immigrants in a post 9-11 world. International Federation of Social Workers World Conference, Munich, Germany.
Critelli, F.M. (2006, September). Organizing Global Migrants. Meeting of the Globalization Studies International Doctoral Network 111 Conference “Global Migrants, Global Diasporas”. University of Florence, Florence, Italy.
Critelli, F.M. (2005, September). The impact of September 11th on immigrant families.
Meeting of the Globalization Studies International Doctoral Network 11 Conference, “Nations, demography and globalization”. University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland Critelli, F.M. (2004, May). Welfare policies in the context of globalization. Meeting of the Globalization Studies International Doctoral Network 1 Conference, Florence, Italy.
Critelli, FM. (2004, April). Integrated service approaches with adolescents. PanAmerican Congress on Adolescent and Child Mental Health, Havana, Cuba
Critelli, F.M. (2011, January). Establishing professional boundaries. Training for Case Managers Working in Refugee Resettlement Organizations in Buffalo, N.Y.
Organized by The International Institute of Buffalo.
Critelli, F.M. (2010, August). Overview of health policy in the U.S. Universidade Presidente Antonio Carlos (UNIPAC), Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Critelli, F.M. (2010, April). Cuba Strategic Island: New Perspectives on History, Cultural and International Policy. Book Launch Round Table Panel Discussant.
Munk International Centre, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada Critelli, F.M. (2008, April). Advancing the rights of women in Pakistan. South Asian Students Association, University at Buffalo.
Critelli, F.M. (2007, May). Addressing Gender Violence in Pakistan: A Study at Dastak Women’s Shelter. Research Colloquia Series, Buffalo Center for Social Research, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y.
Critelli, F.M (2007, November). Cuba Strategic Island: New Perspectives on History, Cultural and International Policy. University of Florence, Florence, Italy. Panel Discussant.
Critelli, F.M. (2006, December). Research Methodology. University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan Critelli, F.M. (2003, October). Youth development approaches to education. Fund for the City of NY. New York, N.Y.
Critelli, F.M. (2003, March). Adolescent developmental assets. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families Conference, New York, NY.
Critelli, F.M. (2002, March). Managing cultural diversity in the workplace. Merrill Lynch, New York, N.Y.
Critelli, F.M. (2001, September). Working with Survivors of Domestic Violence. The INN Homeless Services, Hempstead, L.I.
-8Critelli, F.M. (2003, October) Working with immigrant youth: Successes and Challenges. New York City Department of Youth and Community Development.
Hunter College, New York, NY.
Critelli, F.M. (1994, October). Youth and violence: Societal, community and family factors. Keynote Speaker, New York State Association of Substance Abuse Counselors Annual Meeting, Saratoga, N.Y., Critelli, F.M. (1992, 1993, 1994). Cultural diversity in human services. Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies. New York, N.Y.
Critelli, F.M. (1988, 1987, 1986, October). Effective counseling techniques with rape survivors. American Women’ Medical Association, New York, NY.
Critelli, F.M. (1986, 1987). Effective interventions with rape survivors. New York City Police Department, 34th Precinct, New York, N.Y.
Critelli, F.M. (1987, April). Domestic violence and its effects on children. Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Hospital.
Conference on Family Violence, New York, N.Y.
Articles in Refereed Journals Critelli, F.M (In Press). Human Rights Education for Women in Pakistan: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Global Social Work Practice.
Critelli, F.M. (In Press). Voices of resistance: Seeking shelter services in Pakistan.
Violence against Women.
Critelli, F.M. and Schwam-Harris, M. (2010). “In a bind”: Foster mothers’ Experiences with Welfare Reform. Journal of Children and Poverty. 14, 2, 23-43.
Critelli, F.M. and Willett, J. (2010). Creating a safe haven in Pakistan.
International Social Work.53, 3, 407-422.
Critelli, F.M. (2010). Women’s rights =Human rights: Pakistani women against gender violence. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare.37, 2, 135-160.
Critelli, F.M. (2008). The impact of September 11th on immigrants in the United States. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies. 6, 2, 141-167.
Critelli, F.M. (2008) Labor of love: Foster mothers and welfare reform. Child Welfare. 87, 4, 5-34.
Critelli. F.M. (2007). Caregiving and welfare reform: Voices of low-income foster mothers. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 15 (4): 55-80.
Contributions to Books Critelli, F.M (In Press). A world beyond the veil: Pursuing gender equality in Pakistan. In Zehavit Gross Lynn Davies, and Khansaa Diab (Eds). Women, gender, religion and education. Springer.
Critelli, F.M. (2009). A Barrel of Oil for a Doctor: Resilient Cuba. In A. Lorini and D. Bassosi (Eds.) Cuba Strategic Island: New Perspectives on History, Cultural and International Policy. Florence, Italy: University of Florence Press Critelli. F.M. (2007). Caregiving and welfare reform: Voices of low-income foster
mothers. In C. Dulmus and K. Sowers (Eds.) Adult Development and Well-being:
The Impact of Institutional Environments. N.Y.: The Haworth Press. (Reprinted from Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 15 (4): 55-80).
Manuscripts under Revision for Resubmission Critelli, F.M. Between law and custom: Women, family law and marriage in Pakistan. Journal of Comparative Family Studies.
Manuscripts under Review Critelli, F.M. and Willett, J. “Where there is struggle, there is hope”: Challenging gender violence in Pakistan. Violence against Women.
Critelli, F.M. Bridging two worlds: Lessons from a preventive services program for immigrant and refugee families. Journal of Family Social Work.
Manuscripts in Progress
Critelli, F.M. and Wilson, B. The empowerment process: Perspectives of domestic violence shelter residents in Pakistan.
Critelli, F.M. Through western eyes: Reflections on researching gender in Pakistan. To be submitted to International Review of Qualitative Research Critelli, FM. Becoming a women’s activist in Pakistan.
Critelli, F.M. Deconstructing Honor Crimes: A critical analysis.
LANGUAGE Spanish, some Italian and Portuguese REFERENCES Furnished upon request
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