Adjunct Lecturer

Elizabeth Fasanya

Elizabeth Fasanya, LMSW has been active in the social service field for over 10 years. She currently works as a Program Director at Project Renewal (PRI), a non-profit social service agency dedicated to serving New York City’s homeless population. She oversees the programs at a shelter servicing men who are experiencing homelessness, issues with substance use and mental health disorders in Brooklyn. In her role, Elizabeth is able to merge clinical practice with program development to foster the best possible outcomes for clients. As a member of the Undoing Racism Committee within Project Renewal Inc. from 2015-2016, she was able to collaborate with her peers to inform further inclusion of cultural competency practices within the agency. Currently part of the Integration committee at PRI, Elizabeth participates in workshops geared towards strategizing ways to integrate the agency’s services into a meaningful, client-centered continuum of care. In her spare time Elizabeth can be found with a camera in tow capturing street photography and events. Elizabeth received her B.A. in psychology from Stony Brook University and her MSW from Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College.