Sean Creech

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

Dr. Creech is an accomplished social worker whose work is primarily focused on organizational leadership and macro-level practice in communities and policy environments. Layered by love for the outdoors, travel, and adventure, Dr. Creech is known by his peers as a technology nerd and for his love of policy, leadership, and advocacy. Dr. Creech earned his Doctor of Social Work (DSW) from the University of Alabama, his Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of New England, and his Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from Jacksonville State University. He joined the Barbara Solomon School of Social Work in 2024 as a contributing faculty member.

Dr. Creech has practiced social work since 2006. He continues to serve as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in the states of Alabama and Minnesota with social work administration work dating back to 2015. He has served as a faculty member in social work programs since 2018. Through his work as a social worker, administrator, advocate, and educator, Dr. Creech strives to share his vision of social justice, equity, and inclusion, and inspire others to bring healing, compassion, and justice to marginalized, vulnerable, and oppressed populations. His visionary perspectives have earned him opportunities to work on various anti-violence campaigns, legislative advocacy projects, and social justice initiatives. 

Education

Doctorate of Social Work (DSW), The University of Alabama

MSW, Master of Social Work

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), Jacksonville State University