Governor Abbott Appoints Four To The Texas State Board Of Social Worker Examiners
Style Magazine Newswire | 11/1/2016, 4:05 p.m.
AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Martha Mosier to the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners for a term set to expire February 1, 2017 and appointed Brian Brumley, Beverly Loss and Benny Morris for terms set to expire on February 1, 2021. The board is responsible for regulating the practice of social work in Texas.
Martha Mosier of College Station is the vice president and chief operating officer of Hospice Brazos Valley in Bryan. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, Hunters Run Home Owners Association Board and the United Way Regional Information and Referral Advisory Board and a volunteer for St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. Mosier received a Bachelor of Science in social work from Texas State University and a Master of Science in social work from The University of Texas at Austin. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and an advanced certified hospice and palliative social worker.
Brian Brumley of Sumner is a Licensed Master Social Worker and the director of field education for the School of Social Work at Texas A&M University at Commerce. He is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, Red River Valley Fair Association, Lamar County Livestock Association and Council on Social Work Education. He also volunteers for Community Helpers, Tigertown Community Center, Dylan’s Drivers, the Joanne Olivard Foundation and Lamar County Junior Livestock Show. Brumley received a Bachelor of Science in political science and economics from East Texas State University and a Master of Science in social work from The University of Texas at Arlington.
Beverly Loss of Wolfe City is a Licensed Master Social Worker at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville. She previously served as a gubernatorial appointee on the Texas Council on Purchasing from People with Disabilities. She is a member of the DayBreak Rotary Club of Greenville, Greenville Landmark Board, Wolfe City Library Advisory Board and Wolfe City Educational Foundation. She is president of the Wolfe City Economic Development Corporation and a volunteer ombudsman and certified benefits counselor for the North Texas Area Agency on Aging. Loss received a Bachelor of Science in social work and a Master of Science in social work at Texas A&M University at Commerce.
Benny Morris of Cleburne is a retired public school guidance counselor. He previously served as a gubernatorial appointee on the State Board for Educator Certification and the Family and Protective Services Council. He is a former member of Pi Lambda Theta and the Texas Counseling Association. Morris received a Bachelor of Arts in biology from Baylor University and a Master of Education with certification in school counseling and mid-management from Tarleton State University.