Mary Curtin, M.S.W. '00
Office: Lilly Hall 103
M.S.W., Smith College School for Social Work
Mary Curtin, LICSW, is the director of Professional Education at Smith College School for Social Work. She is a graduate of Smith College School for Social Work and Brown University. Curtin has been a practicing clinician for over 20 years and has worked in inpatient, outpatient and residential settings. For over 10 years, Curtin ran supported employment and supportive living programs for people with disabilities. She has a passion for social justice and much of her early career has been working with LGBTQ youth. She is the author of the article “Lesbian and Bisexual Girls in the Juvenile Justice System” published in the Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal and worked with the Center for Lesbian Rights as a member of the advisory board of the Model Standards project to develop standards of care for LGBTQ youth in the foster care and juvenile justice system.