Welcome to the Southeast Missouri State University Student Chapter of the

Missouri Association For Social Welfare

SEMO Chapter Officers Spring 2007

Chair: Dana Kluesner, junior, social work

Co-chair:  Tierra Kinnard, junior, social work

Secretary:  Tina Tribbitt, social work

Treasurer:   Dana Hassell, social work

Mission

It is the mission of MASW to provide the leadership, research, education and advocacy to improve public policies and programs impacting the health and welfare of all people in Missouri.

Vision

MASW envisions becoming a more just, equitable and democratic society that assures every person's health, safety, security, independence, human rights, dignity, and the opportunity to reach full potential. 

Values

MASW values social justice and equality, diversity and the celebration of both our cultural differences and similarities, the treatment of all people with dignity and respect, access to the basic necessities of life, the opportunity for all to reach their full potential and the advancement of human rights, civic engagement and the common good.

GOALS for Spring Semester 2007

1. Increase Membership

2. Participate in Student Advocacy Day, March 7, 2007

3. Participate/Advocate in MASW