Georgia Southern Counseling Center associate director honored with black heritage award
Georgia Southern University’s Counseling Center Associate Director Johanna Workman, Psy.D., was awarded the Outstanding Service Award at the Martin Luther King Jr., Awards dinner hosted by the Georgia Southern Office of Multicultural Affairs on Feb. 28.
The Outstanding Service Award honors a staff member who has reached out to all students, but specifically those within the African-American student population. The recipient is recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty, aiding students personally and professionally, and providing mentorship, exceptional service and guidance.
Workman joined the Georgia Southern Counseling Center in Summer 2018 and has worked to develop multiple programs for African-American students, including Coping with Racial Battle Fatigue and the Black Campus Forum.
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