M.S.W., North Carolina State University
B.S.W., North Carolina State University
Camie Tomlinson is a doctoral student at VCU School of Social Work. She received her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work degrees from North Carolina State University. During her graduate studies, Tomlinson worked as a graduate research assistant at the Center for Family and Community Engagement, a research center that promotes community and government partnerships and provides training and evaluation for child welfare practitioners in North Carolina.
Prior to beginning doctoral studies, Tomlinson worked as an adoption social worker within a North Carolina county department of social services. Based on her practice experience and personal experience as an international adoptee, Tomlinson’s research interests broadly focus on the mental health and well-being of children with involvement in child welfare systems in the United States and globally and on interventions that support positive long-term outcomes for this population.