Kerri Fisher

Education
MS in Social Work, The University of Texas
BA in Psychology, Howard Payne University
Full Curriculum Vita
Research Interests
  • Diversity and Cultural Humility Training
  • School-Based Social Work Services
  • Social-Emotional Learning in Schools
  • Counseling with Children and Families
  • Spirituality and Social Work Practice
  • Intern Supervision and Field Instruction

On • Ramp Podcast co-hosted by Kerri Fisher

Background

Kerri Fisher has been a full time lecturer with the Garland School since 2015. She is the Chair of the school’s Diversity Initiative and has a passion for teaching, particularly in the areas of diversity, inclusion and anti-oppressive practices. Prior to coming to Baylor, Kerri served as the Director of Field Education and Associate Professor at Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. As a clinical practitioner Kerri provided school social work services to children and families at the University of Texas Elementary School in Austin, Texas. When she is not teaching or preparing to teach, Kerri writes creative non-fiction that explores race, identity, and spirituality.