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TSSW Alumni Association presents Equity @ Work: Important Approaches to the Future of Work and Social Work Practice

The Tulane University School of Social Work Alumni Association is pleased to present another event in its "Lunch and Learn" series. From 11:30 am to 12:30 pm CT on July 23, 2021, join us for "Equity @ Work: Important Approaches to the Future of Work and Social Work Practice" with TSSW alum Dr. Samuel Bradley, Jr., Assistant Professor, Boston College School of Social Work.

COVID-19 has highlighted several inequities in the workplace. From remote work to the gender equity pay gap, this session will explore concepts related to organizational equity, justice, and inclusion. Utilizing the organizational justice framework, the facilitator will review important dimensions of diversity, equity, and inclusion practice; the future of work; and the social work profession’s role in making work safer and more inclusive.

This workshop is designed for alumni of the Tulane School of Social Work. This continuing education workshop provides 1 general hour. The TSSW Alumni Association is providing this workshop free of charge to our alumni base, you must be a verified graduate of TSSW to receive a certificate of attendance. Non-alumni are welcome to attend but will not receive certification. Up to 500 online registrants available.

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Presentation Recording

Presenter Information: Samuel Bradley, Jr., DSW, Assistant Professor, Boston College School of Social Work

Dr. Samuel L. Bradley, Jr. has joined the Boston College School of Social Work as Assistant Professor of Macro Practice focused on equity, justice, and inclusion. He is an accomplished musician, community activist, and administrator with extensive experience in fundraising and communications. Dr. Bradley has expertise in diversity and inclusion, public health, and program innovation. He is particularly passionate about utilizing design thinking as a strategy for developing innovation in higher education as well as leveraging higher education programs to support community outcomes in marginalized communities.

As a professional fundraiser for the College of Music and Media at Loyola University New Orleans, Dr. Bradley worked with individual donors, business partners, and foundations to help create opportunities for philanthropy for gifts between $25,000 and $1,000,000. In addition to his work, Dr. Bradley is proud to have served as a member of the board for the Music and Culture Coalition of New Orleans—an organization dedicated to supporting and empowering the culture bearers of New Orleans. Prior to joining BCSSW, Dr. Bradley was Chair of the Forum for Equality, Louisiana’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender human rights organization dedicated to creating a society free from discrimination. Among Dr. Bradley projects, he has led undergraduate immersion programs to Kingston, Jamaica; organized to enhance educational outcomes in New Orleans public school system; and worked with the Obama administration’s Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships on creating interfaith community service projects. Dr. Bradley has achieved the status of Fellow for Life with the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship.


  • DSW, Tulane University
  • MSW, Tulane University
  • BM, Loyola University New Orleans


  • Social Innovation and Design Thinking
  • Social Policy and Workplace Discrimination
  • Nonprofit Leadership and Administration
  • Fundraising


  • Disparities
  • Macro
  • Social and Economic Inclusion
  • Social Innovation
  • Social Service Policies and Practice Effectiveness
  • Spirituality
  • Systemic Disparities in the Justice System
Friday, July 23, 2021 - 11:30 to 12:30