SERVANT LEADERSHIP – THE DECIDING DIFFERENCE
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Become versed in the origins and principles of servant leadership, including a comparative review of other key leadership styles, the benefits and criticisms of servant leadership, and how to become a servant leader yourself.
Sandra Edmonds Crewe
DEAN AND PROFESSOR OF SOCIAL WORK, HOWARD UNIVERSITY
Sandra Edmonds Crewe is dean and professor of social work at Howard University. Dr. Crewe received her appointment of dean in March, 2015. Previously she held the position of interim dean, and associate dean for academic and student advancement. She has research, scholarship, and public advocacy in the areas of caregiving, aging, and welfare reform. Currently she is engaged in scholarship around African American baby boomers and the Civil Rights movement. Dr. Crewe holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social work from the National Catholic School of Social Service (Catholic University of America), and a Ph.D. in Social Work from Howard University. She is a 35 plus year member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers. She also holds a certificate from the Harvard Institute of Leadership and Management in Education through a Council on Social Work Education fellowship. Prior to joining the faculty, she served in executive level positions in the field of public and assisted housing.