Darrin Wright

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Master of Social Work (MSW)

— Dr. Wright has two decades of combined experience in community-based, social work practice and social work education in the area of administration, mental health and substance use addictions with individuals, families, and communities.

Courses Taught

SOCW 6002 - Changing Lives

SOCW 6351 - Soc Pol, Welfare & Change.

SOCW 6361 - Social Policy:Analys & Advoc

SOCW 6350 - Forensic Applic in Comm

SOCW 6090 - Psychopath for SW.

SOCW 6051 - Diversity, Hum Rights, Soc J.

SOCW 6511 - Trtmnt For Populations


BA, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

PhD, Clark Atlanta University

MS, Columbia University

Public Service

NAACP, Chair - Covington

Awards / Honors

Recipient of Network for Social Work Management, 2, , 2012


Wright, D. (2018). Why Behavioral Health Internships Matter. Morehouse School of Medcine-HBCU-CFE