Field Consultant and Lecturer
ANDREA DUBROW has been a field consultant and lecturer at the School of Social Welfare in the Management and Planning concentration since 2010. She also advises and teaches students in the dual or concurrent degree programs with social welfare and public health.
Prior to joining the faculty, DuBrow worked for the Contra Costa County Health Services Department for more than a decade, coordinating various public health programs including youth organizing, tobacco prevention, women’s health and homeless services. She successfully raised millions of dollars from federal grants and private foundations and has expertise in grant writing, program planning and coordination of projects, advocacy, and multi-disciplinary teams. She also served as a board member for the National Women’s Health Network in Washington, DC, for eight years as well as on a local public charter school board and was previously a health educator for Planned Parenthood: Shasta-Diablo.
In conjunction with UC Extension and the Bay Area Social Services Consortium (BASSC), DuBrow coordinates the Executive Development Program for the Human Services, which brings together managers from throughout the Bay Area county human service programs for a nine-month professional development program.
In 2015, she was nominated by her students and received the UC Berkeley Faculty Mentoring Award, sponsored by the Graduate Division. DuBrow is the first individual in social welfare to receive the prestigious honor.
DuBrow is a consultant on grant writing, planning and facilitation, and she is a member of the Alameda County Public Health Commission.