Dina Mitchell earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Norfolk State University and earned her Masters of Social Work degree from Stockton University.
Dina has been working as a social worker for over twenty years, with extensive experience providing a wide variety of clinical services to medically needy children and adults.
In her twenty years of service, she has provided HIV trainings to foster parents and the community, facilitated psycho-educational groups for women, presented at national conferences on homelessness, worked with in the child welfare system in Philadelphia as a medical foster care social worker, provided parent education. Dina has assisted families who were infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, has worked with women and children experiencing homelessness and has managed a perinatal program for a federally qualified healthcare facility in Washington D.C. Most recently, Dina has begun to work on a multidisciplinary team with Montgomery County Infants and Toddlers Program as a Child Development Specialist where she works to improve the social and emotional health of young children and their families accessing early intervention services.
Dina’s mission has been to nurture relationships, promote social change and empower individuals, families and communities.
It's a privilege to be able to bear witness to someone's story when they may not have had a chance to tell it before. - Lindy Alexander