This article appeared in the Winter 2013–14 issue of Erikson on Children with the headline “New faces.” More from this issue

Erikson welcomes the leadership for its new M.S.W. degree program.

Susan Knight, LCSW, joined Erikson as the director of Erikson’s new Master of Social Work program. She comes to Erikson from the March of Dimes, where she served as state director of program services for the Illinois chapter.

Knight also has served as the director of field education and master practitioner instructor at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, as a hospital-based family infant development specialist, and as associate director of education and training, where she worked with parents and infants experiencing a crisis-laden start to life.

Maggie Brett, LCSW, is the director of field instruction for Erikson’s new Master of Social Work program. Brett has worked with children and families in a variety of settings, including schools, hospitals, and children’s advocacy centers.

Her clinical work in agency settings and private practice has included work with struggling families, abused and neglected children, and chemically dependent and mentally ill parents and their children.

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