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Nicole Goodman

Nicole Goodman

Licensed Social Worker and Law Student

Carrie Simon House and UDC-DCSL

Washington, DC

I am a first-year law student at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. I am also a licensed social worker in the District of Columbia and Maryland.

"We ought not to seek greatness; we ought to seek to serve and when we seek to serve we will bump into greatness along the way." Dr. Benjamin E. Mays


Legal Intern, Office of Ethics

Under the supervision of the Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Ethics, participating in agency meetings; conducting legal research of federal conflict of interest laws for Executive Branch employees. Writing memo to newly hired agency employees explaining 18 U.S.C. ยงยง 202 - 209 that examines statute and case law.

Career medium 06
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Carrie Simon House

Case Manager

Managing administrative and clinical duties of a transitional housing program for homeless families; establishing agency policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with federal and local standards; creating and maintaining an outcomes logic model and data tracking tool; communicating with board members; recruiting, hiring, and supervising staff; delivering excellent client service.


Alive! House


Managed administrative and clinical duties of a transitional housing program for homeless families. Created and managed program budget; coordinated repairs and building maintenance; organized fundraising efforts; authored grant applications; monitored program for grant compliance; monitored program for adherence to best practice standards; established and maintained relationships with board members and community stakeholders including City Council, business owners, housing developers, and other neighborhood associations; recruited and supervised staff; drafted court reports; delivered excellent client service.

Developed an outcomes logic model and measurement tool to assess program effectiveness; established a formal aftercare program for recently transitioned families; successfully assisted city staff to develop practices and procedures for the City of Alexandria Homeless Services Assessment Center; nominated and elected to serve as Co-Chair of the Interagency Workgroup for the City of Alexandria Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness; assisted with grant reviews for citywide programs.

Career medium 03
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Maryland Family Resource, Inc.


Provided therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with serious emotional disturbances. Clients included survivors of domestic violence, individuals with developmental disorders.


The Episcopal Center for Children

Graduate Social Work Intern

Provided individual therapy to children with severe emotional and behavioral disturbances. Provided case management and counseling to caregivers of children with severe emotional and behavioral disturbances. Co-led therapeutic groups.; Life Skills Trainer, Three Sisters, House of Ruth
Taught an array of life skills to 5 women and their children residing in a transitional housing program for survivors of domestic violence. Enforced program rules and monitored for compliance.
Designed and led skills building groups for residents' children ages 3-14. Developed skills in crisis counseling.

Career medium 02
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Launch LLC

Graduate Social Work Intern

Conducted intakes in an outpatient mental health agency for children and adolescents.
Conducted complete biopsychosocial assessments for children and adolescents.
Designed and co-led psychoeducational groups for children and adolescents with co-occurring disorders.


Howard University

Student Assistant

Creating programs for Chapel service using Microsoft Office products. Organizing and hosting various Chapel events.
Developing excellent administrative and communication skills.

Career medium 02

Community Family Life Services

Summer Camp Director

Designed and implemented a curriculum for 20 special needs children.
Developed and strengthened skills working with special needs children.

Heads Up DC, Americorps

Site Director

Managed the administration and planning of the Summer of Learning program with over 80 students ages 5-12 in an urban school setting.
Direct supervisor to 14 AmeriCorps members.

AmeriCorps Member, Heads Up DC, AmeriCorps
Tutored groups of children where 40% lived below the National poverty line.
Learned strategies to crate an effective learning environment.
Learned skills in establishing relationships with the surrounding community.

Career medium 01

University of the District of Columbia - The David A. Clarke School of Law

Juris Doctor Candidate

Howard University

MSW, Social Work

Howard University

B.S., Psychology