Shawna Burrow is a current Master of Social Work student who will be serving the student-parents of Little Bucs as part of the CCAMPIS grant to provide resource linkage and support in achieving optimal success in their parenting and student lives. Shawna is an ETSU Midway Honor Scholar alumni with a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Psychology. She also holds Associates degrees in Social Work and Sociology from Northeast State Community College. She is passionate about social justice and advocacy for vulnerable populations and received specialized training through Vanderbilt University’s Consortium Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Program. Besides school, she enjoys spending time with her family which includes a husband, two adult children, 3 rescued dogs, and a rescued ferret. For fun, Shawna loves to volunteer with a dog rescue, paint, sketch, or do any kind of arts and crafts project.