UW School of Social Work

4101 15th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98105-6299

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Main Phone: 206-543-5640
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Stan de Mello

Stan de Mello


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Stan de Mello is a lecturer, field faculty, Affiliate Faculty-Canadian Studies and a member of the Community Centered Integrated Practice concentration. He has been on faculty at the Native Education Centre, Vancouver, University of British Columbia and the University of the Fraser Valley. Stan has a sustained interest in First Nations community development and has worked extensively with urban and rural communities in Canada and the United States. He has also been involved in developing field education sites and institutional relationships in Kenya, UK, Vietnam, Cambodia, India and Canada.

MaryAnne Villanueva

MaryAnne Villanueva


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MaryAnne has 10+ years of experience in administrative assistance work. She worked as the Executive Assistant for Washington MESA housed at the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity from 2020-2022. In her role as the Executive Assistant she gained an interest in the financial ins and outs of the organization. MaryAnne loves helping others and contributing to the success of the students and the organization. 

Edward Stone

Edward Stone


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Since beginning his career in 2011 at the Alfred W. Bowers Laboratory of Anthropology, Stone has held a passion for education and wanting to inspire a thirst for knowledge and "Aha!" moments. Utilizing his foundation in anthropology and museum education, he has helped to collaboratively create experimental learning programs for local Tribes in the states of Idaho and Washington, and mini museums at the University of Idaho, University of Washington, and Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture.

Holly Duffy Regan

Holly Duffy Regan


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Holly is the Program Director for the Indigenous HIV/AIDS Research Training Program (IHART3) with the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute (IWRI) and Lighting Up Native Aspirations (LUNA). She received her MSW from Arizona State University with a focus on Policy, Administration, and Community Organizing and her bachelor's in International Relations from Mount Holyoke College. Holly is passionate about social work research and deconstructing the wellness industrial complex.