Director of Outreach, Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare
M.S.W, University of Minnesota
B.A., University of Minnesota
Areas of Interest
Child welfare, Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), youth advocacy, community outreach, workforce training and development, racial and social equity
Korina Barry (Ojibwe) is the Director of Outreach for the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW). She manages CASCW’s events and publications, as well as developing and maintaining the Center’s collaborative relationships with important partners in the child welfare field. Korina manages the CASCW’s communications efforts, including social media, blogging, and digital communications to various constituencies. She coordinates public policy efforts and relationships, the development and distribution of online learning modules, and advises MSW students who are IV-E scholars. Korina teaches the SW8363: Social Work in Child Welfare MSW course.
For more information about the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, please visit the CASCW website.