Marie-Andrée Pierre-Victor was named to the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Social Workers earlier this month,one of four social workers named to the board by the Baker-Polito administration.
Pierre-Victor received her certification in Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions from The Network for Professional Education at the Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW) and previously served on BUSSW’s Education Advisory Board.
“Each of these four professionals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of social work to serve on the Board of Registration of Social Workers, and we appreciate their willingness to dedicate their time to supporting the care and safety of residents of the Commonwealth,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “The added diversity and expertise of these new members is key to ensuring the Board reflects the individuals it serves.”
The Board of Registration of Social Work determines potential social workers’ eligibility for licensure exams, and awards licenses to qualified candidates. The board upholds regulations around social work practice within Massachusetts.