Tylar O’Neal-White

Social Work
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Tylar O’Neal-White began her MSW program in the fall of 2016 on a 4-year track because she worked full-time in a non-profit agency. As part of her program she completed an internship in the Survivor Advocacy and Case Management program at Wright State. This program works to address issues of power-based violence on WSU's campus and provides confidential case management services to all student survivor/victims of any power-based violence. The program was new, so she had the unique experience, along with her supervisor, of building the program from the ground up. During her time interning in the program, she has provided education to students, faculty and staff, provided confidential direct client services to students, and created programming including Domestic Violence Awareness Week in October and Sexual Assault Awareness Week in April. Upon completing her MASW in Spring 2020 she will be employed as Student Advocate and Case Manager at WSU.


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