Diamond White, MSW
Community Based Social Worker

Diamond White, MSW is a community-based social worker at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)’s Center for Violence Prevention. In her role with the Family Advocacy and Support program, Diamond focuses on advocating and supporting at-risk youth and their families suffering from traumatic events.

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Diamond White, MSW is a community-based social worker at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)’s Center for Violence Prevention. In her role with the Family Advocacy and Support program, Diamond focuses on advocating and supporting at-risk youth and their families suffering from traumatic events. Diamond has an extensive background working with at-risk populations, including working with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) to provide individual advocacy and support to abused and neglected children within the child welfare system. In years prior, she was a lead clinician providing female adolescents within a residential treatment facility with therapeutic services. Diamond also provided services to abused women, and community-based services to people with disabilities.  

The social work field has always been Diamond’s passion. The diverse opportunities in this field allow her to promote healthy development and advocacy to youth and their families.

MSW, Temple University, 2015

BSW, Millersville University, 2012

Community-Based Social Worker, Clinical Social Worker 

Contact Information

whited8@chop.edu
Roberts Center for Pediatric Research, 2716 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146