Sally Anne Hageman, Pre-Doctoral Fellow Public Health Social Work
Sally A. Hageman, MSW, is the current Predoctoral fellow in Public Health Social Work for the Center for Public Health Social Work Education and Training. She earned her Masters in Social Welfare from the University of California Los Angeles Luskin School of Public Affairs. Her work and research experience includes service as an AmeriCorps member, a Family Advocate for Healthy Start, a tax preparer and Principal Investigator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, and an international research collaborator between the United States and Canada. Her research interests include the determinants and development of health and wealth for vulnerable populations, Financial Capability and Asset Building (FCAB)/Financial Social Work (FSW) in social work education and practice, and associations between profit and poverty. One of Ms. Hageman's current projects explores the long-term impact of Medical Saving Account (MSA) ownership on chronic diseases and financial strain for two family generations. She created an advanced research methods course in Public Health Financial Social Work (PHFSW) and is currently developing a complementary PHFSW practice course. Ms. Hageman serves as a mentor and supervisor for the Public Health Social Work Scholars and collaborates with faculty from the Department of Public Health in the School of Medicine and Social Work at the University of Maryland in Baltimore.