Dr. Margaret E. Pittman, is a Licensed Social Worker in Maryland. She earned a Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland, and a Doctor of Education from Morgan State University with a focus on Community College Leadership. Dr. Pittman has 15+ years of experience in assessment and evaluation working on two different federally funded grants as an Associate Project Director improving the quality of early child care in urban communities and as a Program Evaluator focused on increasing the workforce capacity of graduate social work students in the field of behavioral health. Dr. Pittman is a Contributing Faculty member at Walden University in the Barbara Solomon School of Social Work and Human Services. She has over 10 years of teaching experience in face to face, hybrid, and fully online classrooms. She has taught a variety of generalist social work courses as well as courses in the Gerontology area of specialized social work practice. Dr. Pittman also has extensive experience in using technology in the social work field education arena to engage and support both Field Liaisons and students in teaching, learning, and evaluation while in the field. As an early adopter of technology in the classroom, her research interest remains focused on the ways that teaching and learning experiences are enhanced through the use of mobile devices to complete academic activities. Dr. Pittman is committed to facilitating engaging learning experiences in an online environment for the next generation of social workers.