Dianna Lowrance was born and raised right here in the capital city. She will graduate December 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in social work from Brescia University’s Marilyn Younger Conley School of Social Work. While in school, Dianna has maintained a 4.0 GPA and will act as the sitting president for the Chi Psi Chapter of the Phi Alpha Social Work National Honor Society during her final semester. Dianna spent a semester as an intern with the Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Center prior to joining the team full-time, and she couldn’t wait to become a member of the staff! She spent four years advocating for youth in foster care with the Capital Area Court Appointed Special Advocate group, and is happy to continue advocating for children, families, and caregivers through the CAC. Her strong desire to work with children and families makes the CAC the perfect agency for her. Her favorite part about working at the CAC is the interdisciplinary nature of the work we do, and the fact that our work spans from the initial traumatic incident through the healing and judicial process.
Dianna Singleton, BSW, RSW
CATEGORY: | DATE: November 22, 2020