Mr. Fabio Naranjo
- Master of Arts in Social Work, University of Chicago, 1987
- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Northeastern Illinois University, 1985
Fabio A. Naranjo has been an Instructor at Barry University’s School of Social Work since 2009. His teaching areas in the MSW program include social/public policy, community organization/ development, research, human behavior, and the social environment.
Prior to coming to Barry, he served as an Adjunct Instructor with the School of Social Work at Florida Atlantic University (FAU). At FAU, he also served as the Assistant Director of the Center for Urban Redevelopment and Education (CURE) and at the FAU-based Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions (CUES) as a Senior Research Associate.
Naranjo lived in Chicago for 25 years where he worked for several nonprofits, including Erie Neighborhood House (1987-88) and Metropolitan Family Services (1988-94). From 1994 to 2004, he worked for three Chicago-based foundations: The Chicago Community Trust, the Woods Fund of Chicago and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Naranjo was appointed twice to serve on the Governor’s Policy Advisory. Council by Illinois Governors Jim Thompson and Jim Edgar.
Areas of expertise and interest:
- Community Organizing
- Legislative and Policy Advocacy
- Human and Community Development