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C-N’s Ramsey earns CMFSW designation

Tanya Jo Ramsey, C-N assistant professor sociology

Tanya Jo Ramsey, C-N assistant professor sociology

Tanya Jo Ramsey, Carson-Newman assistant professor of sociology, recently earned the Certified Master Forensic Social Worker (CMFSW) designation from the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute (ACFEI).

The Certified Master Forensic Social Worker is an advanced credential that recognizes additional training and expertise for forensic physicians. ACFEI has elevated standards through education, basic and advanced training. The CMFSW designation provides a mechanism for measuring scientific standards and procedures required to perform thorough forensic medical investigations and proper consultation.

A resident of Jefferson City, Ramsey received her undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee before earning her Master of Science degree in social work from the University of Memphis. She has also earned licensures that include the LCSW and LAPSW.

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