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Stephanie Rosado

Stephanie Rosado earned her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Southern California (USC). Her professional experiences are diverse–from being a professional athlete, to most recently working as a licensed social worker in a child welfare case agency in Philadelphia’s inner city. She is also an active member of the Alliance of Social Workers in Sports (ASWIS). She has always had a passion for helping others and being a team player. Stephanie is excited to be part of USF due to the university’s history of supporting novel ideas. As a Ph.D. student, Stephanie plans to focus her research in the intersection of sports and social work practice; athlete wellbeing through a social work lens, and sport for development (locally and/or globally). Stephanie is a member of the Florida Education Fund’s McKnight Doctoral Fellowship program representing the only social work graduate student in her fellowship cohort. When not in classes, Stephanie likes to stay active, spend time at the beach, travel, and go out to eat (Stephanie considers herself a “foodie”).