In addition to overseeing Practicum Education, Graham co-chairs the Curriculum Committee and Committee on Professionalism and teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. He has been active as an educator, forensic evaluator and clinician for more than 20 years as a LMSW, LCSW and NYS CASAC (Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor).
As an advocate for social justice and human rights, Graham has authored publications that speak to the need for inclusive human rights in the pursuit of social justice; retributive and restorative justice; human rights defenders; examining race, law enforcement culture and social work practice; and power, privilege, and oppression in micro-aggressive environments. His local, regional, and national involvement includes the CSWE Council on Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Diversity; Urban League of Long Island’s State of Long Island Equity Council; NYS Social Work Educators Association Board Member; and University of Michigan Diversity Scholars Network member.
Graham will serve one year as president-elect and then assume his position as president on July 1, 2024.