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March is National Social Work Month: Dee Dee Miller

Mar Mon, 2023, See more: Staff Spotlight,Thank You

Meet Dee Dee Miller. Dee Dee is an Army brat, but she calls Columbus, MS. her home. She’s a twenty year Air Force Veteran (Air Traffic Controller). She graduated from University of West Florida and is currently NWF’s Kinship Supervisor in Okaloosa/Walton Counties.

Dee Dee describes her life as pretty simple: she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends. She has been a member of the National Association of Social Workers for ten years and has this advice for new social workers entering the field: Be the Social Worker you would want to have!

Thank you, Dee Dee Miller! We appreciate the great work you do for the children and families in our community.

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