The Hoboken Public Library will host a panel discussion on the importance of social work on Thursday, March 30, at 6:30 pm, in the Library at 500 Park Avenue. It will be moderated by Hoboken City Council President and social worker Emily Jabbour. Following the discussion, attendees will have an opportunity to speak with the panelists individually to address any specific issues. The panelists include:
- Nora Martínez DeBenedetto, Head of Constituent Services, City of Hoboken
- Ken Ferrante, Director of Public Safety, City of Hoboken
- Jennie Pu, Director, Hoboken Public Library
- Emily Dalton, Community Service Worker, Hoboken Public Library
- Bianca Hoffer, Social Worker, City of Hoboken
- Lori Hetzel, Social Worker, City of Hoboken
All are invited to speak with Emily Dalton, the Library’s Community Service Worker who was recently honored by the City of Hoboken for her extraordinary efforts to help residents in need. Bianca Hoffer and Lori Hetzel, the city’s two, new Social Workers, are looking forward to sharing how their initiatives are helping the community. Questions are welcome. Refreshments will be provided.
The event will take place in the Large Program Room on the lower level of the library.