Faculty and Staff
Anne L. Strozier, Ph.D.
Anne Strozier, Ph.D., MSW, is an Emeritus Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of South Florida. Dr. Strozier served as a full-time faculty member for 22 years, retiring in May 2014. She served as MSW Chair for many years; also as Associate Director and Interim Director.
In 2000, Dr. Strozier founded and subsequently directed the Florida Kinship Center, a center that provided services statewide to grandparents and other relatives raising family members’ children. The center had a statewide Warmline; a Legal Hotline; an in-home education for pre-schoolers and their grandparents; an elementary school based program that provided tutoring, mentoring, and counseling for the children and their relatives; a kinship navigator program; an annual Rally in Tally advocacy trip for grandparents to talk to legislators about their contributions and needs; an annual kinship conference; training for support group leaders; and research in the field of kinship.
Dr. Strozier has published articles in the areas of kinship care, child welfare, co-parenting, incarcerated women, professional issues, and supervision. Her book is entitled Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Therapies.
As a licensed psychologist. Dr. Strozier has led support groups for kinship caregivers and worked with individuals and couples to enhance wellness and personal growth.
Kinship care, child welfare, co-parenting, incarcerated women, professional issues, and supervision.