Tim Craft, MSW
Senior Program Manager
Violence Prevention Institute
Education & Affiliations
- Master of Social Work, Tulane University
- Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology & Religious Studies, University of Pittsburgh
Tim Craft is a community organizer who has worked primarily with queer and disabled folks. He graduated from Tulane School of Social Work with an emphasis on the work of grass-roots organization. He believes in doing work that centers those most impacted, often those kept in the margins. He is interested in work that is accessible, utilizes anti-racist frameworks, and is inclusive of LGBTQIA+ identities.
- Moore, M.B., Poe, L., Walker, C.S., & Craft, T.K. (In Press). Utilizing community partners to enhance quality intern training. Collaborations: A Journal of Community-Based Research and Practice.
- Craft, T. K., Osofsky, H., Osofsky, J., Hansel, T. (2019). Creating and Curating Effective Social Media Content to Build Community Resilience during Each Phase of the Disaster Cycle. Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Conference (GoMOSES) New Orleans, LA
- Speier, A. H., Hansel, T. C., Kasofsky, J., & Craft, T. K. (2018). Lessons Learned from Community Health Providers in Post Hurricane Receiving Communities. Environmental Justice, 11 (4), 143-147.
- Vernier J.R., Kaufman A. & Craft, T.K. (Aug 2017) Is This Intersectionality Wheelchair Accessible? Social Work and Disability Studies. Tulane School of Social Work. New Orleans, LA.
LGBTQIA+, Mass Incarceration, Disability Justice