Dr. Rashida Crutchfield has a focus on practice and research in youth homelessness, access to higher education, intercultural dialogue and facilitation, community organizing, conflict resolution and nonprofit management.
From 2007 until her appointment as an assistant professor in 2014, she worked at CSULB School of Social Work as field faculty and lecturer concentrating on macro practice, child welfare, social and economic development, and youth programs.
Prior to joining the CSULB faculty, Dr. Crutchfield worked for the National Conference for Community and Justice of Long Beach and the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri before serving on the staff of Covenant House California. This Los Angeles shelter for homeless 18-to-24-year-olds gave her insight into practice, building rapport and intervention in this unique population's needs and perspectives.
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