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Alumni briefs: Solomon, MSW ’07; Kimathi, MSW ’15

Christopher Solomon, MSW ’07, was featured in a recent issue of Social Work Today. Solomon is a clinical instructor in the Department of Social work at N.C. Central University in Durham. He has more than 20 years of experience in the areas of child welfare, child mental health, sex abuse, substance abuse, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues, medical, aging and developmental disabilities.

Meli Kimathi, MSW ’15, is a 2018 recipient of the UNC Diversity Award. Kimathi, currently a doctoral student in UNC’s Department of Communications, was nominated in the graduate/professional student category. Award recipients are considered outstanding advocates for diversity, equity, and inclusion at the interpersonal, unit and institutional level; have demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of diversity and inclusion at UNC-Chapel Hill and/or in the community through research, teaching, service and collaborative partnerships; have demonstrated a commitment to creating a culture of inclusion within their areas of influence; and have implemented initiatives that cultivate/advance/model diversity and inclusion within the Carolina community.