Genevieve Rattray is a graduate of Wayne State’s Master of Social Work program and is focused on her work at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Her background includes clinical, administrative and supervisory roles in Homeless Services, serving women and children in Detroit. She teaches graduate courses on Micro, Mezzo, Macro Theory and Human Behavior in the Social Environment.
Degrees and Certifications
MSW, Wayne State University 2008
BFA, Wayne State University 2006
Macro Courses; Ethnicity, Diversity and Social Justice
Micro Theory and Methods for Social Work Practice
Areas of Expertise
7070, 7040, 7660