Commentary on "Practitioners’ Views of Family Strengths: A Delphi Study"
John Ronnau earned his bachelor’s in political science from Kansas State University, a master’s degree in elementary and early childhood education from Antioch-New England, and MSW and PhD in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas. John has worked in academia as a faculty member and administrator for more than 20 years. Administrative roles he has held include Graduate Program Coordinator, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, Director of a Research Institute, Dean of Graduate Studies and Sponsored Programs, and Vice-President for Administration and Partnership Affairs. John is currently Professor and Director of the School of Social Work at the University of Central Florida. Prior to moving to Florida he and his spouse, Mary Alice, lived and worked in Brownsville, Texas for seven years. Before entering the field of social work he was an elementary school teacher. John served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala. His research interests include family strengths, case management, and cross-cultural competence. His hobbies include running and reading (especially history).
"Commentary on "Practitioners’ Views of Family Strengths: A Delphi Study","
Journal of Family Strengths: Vol. 11:
1, Article 25.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/jfs/vol11/iss1/25
A Response To:
Kathleen Romero, Jessica Crowder, and Kenneth Wedel, Practitioners' Views of Family Strengths: A Delphi Study