Strengthening IDENTITY | Preserving INTEGRITY | Advocating PARITY
The Council of State Governments (CSG) is partnering with the Department of Defense (DoD) and a coalition of organizations, including the Clinical Social Work Association (CSWA), to develop new interstate compacts for the social work profession. These compacts will create agreements among participant states to reduce the barriers to license portability and employment. Participants will learn about the aspirations for the project; the function of interstate compacts and the development process; and the need for license portability in the social work profession.
Dan Logsdon: Dan is the Director of the CSG National Center for Interstate Compacts where he provides technical support and consulting regarding the development and enactment of interstate compacts. In recent years Dan has worked with a number of professional associations to develop new interstate compacts for occupational licensing portability including the American Occupational Therapy Association, American Counseling Association, and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Matt Shafer: Matt is a program manager in the CSG Center of Innovation where he manages a portfolio of grant funded projects including the cooperative agreement with the Department of Defense to create new interstate compacts for occupational licensing portability. Matt also managed two Department of Labor grants focused on state occupational licensing policy and has extensive experience developing and building consensus on policy options for state leaders.
Keith Buckhout: Keith is a research associate in the CSG Center of Innovation and is primarily responsible for supporting the DoD Interstate Compacts project. Keith came to CSG after several years of working with licensure issues in state government in Kentucky.
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