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Julie Springwater, MSW receives 2018 Career Achievement Award by NSDTA for Exceptional Leadership and Educational Contributions to the field of Health and Human Services

Julie Springwater

Julie Springwater, MSW, the Director of the New England Association of Child Welfare Commissioners and Directors (NEACWCD), based at Judge Baker Children's Center, recently was awarded the prestigious 2018 Career Achievement Award by the National Staff Development and Training Association of the American Public Human Services Association (NSDTA) for Exceptional Leadership and Educational Contributions to the field of Health and Human Services!

Congratulations, Julie!

 

 

The criteria for the Career Achievement Award includes:

  • Demonstrated throughout his/her career a commitment to the profession of human services training, organizational development, and/or staff development;
  • And/Or Significant contributions to the profession in terms of leadership, new ideas, and education. As measured by improved agency outcomes, impact on the field of public human services training, or improvement in national best practices at a state or national level;
  • And/Or Service in a variety of leadership roles;
  • And/Or Excellence and professionalism in the field of public human services training. 
  • Individuals who have contributed to the profession in any training, organizational development or management position may be nominated for this award.