On August 15, 2016 I had a great conversation with Doris Jones, LCSW about moving into retirement. She and I are both at ‘that place’ and we agree we’re not retiring we’re changing venues!
Doris Jones, LCSW, is retiring as Licensed Clinical Social Worker and therapist. She is originally from Jeanerette Louisiana and now lives in Roseville California. Doris attended Grambling State University, where she continues as an involved and active alumna. She studied social work at San Francisco State University. She has a variety of experience, from supervising clinical staff in residential treatment programs, providing individual and group therapy at Kaiser Permanente, working with couples and families, to adjunct professor. Doris is dedicated to the health and well-being of people and community. She donates much of her time to working with young women and girls. And, as a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority she just joined 22,000 Soro sisters in Atlanta for its 67th Boule Dinner. They set a Guinness World Record for the largest plated dinner. And in 2016, Doris received the Regional Director’s EAF Chapter Leadership Award at from the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
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