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Social Work Club

The Social Work Club (WSUSW) provides opportunities for students to get involved in social, service and scholarly activities. The club is open to all social work majors.

How to Sign Up

1- Click the Registration button below. Complete the form
2- Pay your club dues through the links at the bottom of the form.
3- email the completed form to


News & Events

Visit the Social Work Club’s Facebook page for the latest news and events.

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Dr. Lizbeth Velazquez

Assistant Professor
Lindquist Hall Building Room 322

Dr. Justin Lee

Assistant Professor
Lindquist Hall Building Room 318

2019-2020 Social Work Club 

New 2023-2024 Photo and officer information Coming Soon!



Sarah Webber


I started at Weber State in 2015 currently I’m in my last semester as a Social Work major at a Bachelors level. I hope to come back to join Weber’s Masters of Social Work in the fall of 2020! In my spare time I like to spend time with my husband and dog Ranger outside. Being a social worker to me means that you have the special ability to see the need for
change in the world and instead of ignoring problems, you make a change, even if it’s just one person.


Franchesca Spangler


My name is Frannie Spangler. I grew up in Southern California. After graduating from high school, I moved to Utah. I graduated from WSU in 2004, still unsure of the direction I wanted to take in my life. However, I have always had a desire to help people. In 2017, I committed myself to return to school. At the time, I worked for the Ogden School district. I saw an increasing need, which ignited my desire to make a difference for children in our community. Social Work was the path I had been seeking all these years. Being apart of the Social Work Club has helped me engage with the community at Weber State University as well as the community in Weber and Davis County. To quote Whitney Young Jr., “I am not anxious to be the loudest voice or the most popular. But I would like to think that at a crucial moment, I was an effective voice of the voiceless, an effective hope of the hopeless." I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know and collaborate with students at WSU. The club increases awareness of civic problems and understands the need for local engagement.  Being a member of WSUSW Club, I have been able to apply the skills and knowledge I have attained as a student at Weber State University. 



Kelsey Askea


I began my career at Weber State in 2016, and will be graduating this December 2019. I plan to go on to get my Masters degree so I can do therapy in the future. I am passionate about micro and macro work as I have seen how they can work together to best help clients. Another passion of mine is research as I see what can be learned from collecting and analyzing data. The social work program here at Weber State has shown me the impact we can make on the community and has ignited a fire in me to continue to go forward to do and be more. 


Carrie Hill



Peggy Stevenson


I am Peggy Stevenson and I transferred to Weber last year (2018) from SLCC where I got my associate's degree in Criminal Justice. Before and after everything, I am a partner to one and a mom to three super awesome weirdos that make each day one amazing adventure after another! I live my life at a constant sprint; in addition to classes and service in this club, I work part timeand volunteer as both a local PTA president and a council PTA president. I really, really need a nap. My goal is to some day graduate (I keep hearing it'll happen sooner than I think, but I'm unconvinced!) and work as a therapist for first responders—police, fire, EMT's, military, etc. I have fallen in love with the social work program here at Weber State—it's like a family and I am thrilled to be a part of it! I can't wait to get to know each of you better and we learn and serve alongside each other.