Adjunct Lecturer

Pradine Content

Pradine Content, LCSW, is an experienced professional with a 20-year career, spanning pivotal roles in city and federal governments alongside impactful contributions within the nonprofit sector. With a talent for clinical transformative change, her expertise encompasses the meticulous management of foster care systems, care management systems, innovative program development, and the restructuring of juvenile justice systems in New York City.

In addition to her active civic engagements, Pradine holds a small private practice, catering to the needs of both adults and teenagers in New York. Her unwavering commitment and guidance have earned her accolades as a beacon of support and empowerment within her community.

Pradine showcases a relentless pursuit of knowledge and excellence with the intent to teach others. She proudly holds a BA from New York University and a respected MSW from Columbia University, expressing a dedication to academic rigor and intellectual competence. Currently on the path to enrich her expertise, Pradine is pursuing a Juris Doctorate from Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, solidifying her position as a leader in cross-disciplinary expertise, communication, and legal aptitude.