TabsContact M.S.W., D.S.W Associate Professor Urban Studies and Geography 215-204-3760 firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Education: D.S.W. , 1993, Howard University, Social Work M.S.W., 1981, California State University, Sacramento, Social Work B.A., 1976, California State University, Sacramento, Social Welfare and Corrections Areas of Professional Interest: HIV/AIDS and substance abuse Youth violence specifically girls Children and youth health and wellness Organization and community development/capacity building Grant Awards 2008-2013 Principal Investigator, Drug Free Communities Project Evaluation. Funded by the Office of National Drug Control Policy. 2008-2009 Principal Investigator. An evaluation of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services Truancy Prevention program. Funded by the Philadelphia Department of Human Services. 2007-2012 Principal Investigator, Reach Us Healthy Lifestyles Project. Funded by the Center for Disease Control. 2007-2009 Principal Investigator, Assessment to determine resources, availability, and Access Needed to Respond to Philadelphias Adolescent Female Violence. Funded by the Department of Human Services. 2007-2008 Principal Investigator, Project MARS Evaluation. Funded by the American Cities Foundation. 2005-2008 Principal Investigator. An evaluation of the To Your Childrens future with Healths West Philadelphia Comprehensive Abstinence Initiative. Funded by the Administration for Children and Families. 2006-2007 Principal Investigator. An evaluation of the PATCH/EPIC Truancy program.Funded by the Philadelphia Department of Human Services. Publications/Presentations Book Length Reports: Zibalese-Crawford, M., Anazzario, T., Lyons, C. Report Card 2006: Well being of children and youth in Philadelphia (2006). City of Philadelphia. Meyers, K. Zibalese-Crawford, M., Lawer, J., Weiner, N. Lifetimes at Risk Youth Offenders between 10-12 years of age: The Philadelphia Story (2005). Peer Reviewed Journal Articles: Zibalese-Crawford, M. & Welsh, M. (submitted 2009) Girls who commit violence are unlike boys: The need to address adolescent female violence through an understanding of the unique context of the adolescent female American Journal of Public Health. Zibalese-Crawford, M., Rutledge, S., Gillman, R. (submitted 2008) HIV disclosure & African American Women. Journal of Health Studies. Meyer, M.A., Toborg, M.A., Denham, S.A., & Zibalese-Crawford, M. (submitted 2008). A Research-Based Process to Develop and Evaluate Culturally-Sensitive and Theory-Based Health Education Materials. Family & Community Health. Zibalese-Crawford, M. and Post, N. (in press). Denominator take two. Journal of Urban Health.