Featured Alumni from The College of Human Ecology

 

Mary Christine Parks is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, and an Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Mary Christine earned her Master of Social Work degree from East Carolina University and was honored to be recognized by the faculty as the recipient of The Outstanding Master of Social Work Award for May 2007. Mary Christine currently resides in Wilmington, NC where she operates a private practice that specializes in the treatment of trauma and addiction. She also serves as the Interim Executive Director of The Frank Harr Foundation whose mission is to provide sensitivity and diversity education to providers of services to and for the LGBT community.  Prior to moving her family to Wilmington, Mary Christine served as the Executive Director of the North Carolina Pharmacist Recovery Network, a nonprofit dedicated to providing pharmacists, technicians, and pharmacy students with support for successful addiction recovery.  She also served on the board of the North Carolina AIDS Action Network, the only statewide advocacy organization fighting for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS, their loved ones, and those at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS in North Carolina. 

"I would like to thank ECU and the College of Human Ecology for providing me with a strong foundation and the confidence to pursue my goals of giving back to the community.  The school of social work at ECU is unique because while it allows for concentrations it also provides its students with the vast breadth of the field of social work.  This allows students to develop a greater sense of what careers are available to them upon graduation while increasing their book and experiential knowledge base." 


     
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