The 2022 Academy series has been designed to encourage service providers and professionals working with military families to view social justice as a pathway to family well-being.
Asynchronous courses and panel discussions will equip you with skills to identify barriers that impact a family’s health and well-being and identify opportunities for social justice advocacy in your work!
Three asynchronous courses have been designed by experts in their field, are self-paced and packed with valuable information, reflective activities and resources for service providers. Each course offers continuing education credit from various credentialing agencies.
Mrs. Barron is currently responsible for a broad portfolio that includes policy, advocacy, and oversight of all community support to service members and their families. As an Army spouse for 30 years, she has been involved in myriad efforts to support military families.
Dr. Brenda Martin – National Program Leader with USDA-NIFA
Dr. Brenda Martin is a National Program Leader with USDA-NIFA. Prior to joining USDA-NIFA, she worked in higher education as a university professor for twenty-four years, including seven years as department chairperson. Dr. Martin holds memberships in several professional, educational, and civic organizations.
Dr. De Marco is an advanced research scientist at Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute and adjunct faculty at the School of Social Work at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research focuses on racial equity, poverty, neighborhood effects, work and family, and well-being for residents of rural communities. She examines issues of economic transitions and family work conditions and their effects on families in rural communities.
Mr. O’Neal has served as a Teaching Assistant, Instructor, and Lecturer in a range of courses, including Anti-Racism I and Anti-Racism II, as part of the Racial Equity Challenge for the University of Colorado Boulder and participating Institutes of Cognitive Science. He has also led the courses Introduction to Africana Studies, Introduction to Critical Hip Hop Studies, and Violence Against Women and Girls. His research experience includes archival and primary source work for North American Indigenous Peoples, Indian gaming, identity formation, Indian mascots, and media representation.
Dr. Tidball is the Cornell University Senior Extension Associate and serves as the Principal Investigator for the OneOp Community Capacity Building team. His experiences in the military and the field of international disaster response and relief inform his unique brand of applied scholarship, including stints throughout Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Dr. Tidball’s doctoral work focused on the role of community-based natural resource management in the Post-Katrina resilience of New Orleans. He continues to work in post-disaster contexts globally and disaster readiness, resilience, and response.
Mr. González is a statewide Diversity Specialist for Cornell University Cooperative Extension. He is a Lead Facilitator in the Opening Doors Diversity Project. Eduardo is also a Youth Development Specialist with the Family and Youth Development program at Cornell University Cooperative Extension – New York City.
Ms. von Stackelberg is a resilience trainer and researcher who focuses on building communities of belonging based on strategies that promote well-being for all. She is a Family and Community Resilience Educator with Cornell University Cooperative Extension Orange County.
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Office of Military Family Readiness Policy, U.S. Department of Defense under Award Number 2019-48770-30366.