- MSW Social Work, Gallaudet University, 2007
- BA, Political Science and Broadcast Journalism, American University, 1997
Margaux Delotte-Bennett joined the social work department in the summer of 2014 as the Director of Field Education for the Baccalaureate and Masters Programs. Her work experience has focused on the needs of urban youth and young adults as it relates to their physical wellbeing and sexual health. Margaux's teaching experiences have included facilitation of evidence based sexual health curriculum as well as adjunct teaching of Social Welfare Policy at Gallaudet. In addition to workshop facilitation and program management of a local nonprofit's health and wellness division, Margaux is a local performance poet and cofounder of the theatre companies The Saartjie Project (folded in 2012) and Wild Women Theatre.
HIV/AIDS, Adolescent sexual health, Runaway and homeless youth and young adults; LGBTQ youth.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (District of Columbia)