naomi warren, MSW, JD, CDFT
naomi warren is a teacher and a learner. Professionally, naomi works as a school social worker at Eureka High School in the Rockwood School District. She has served as a facilitrainer for NCCJ St. Louis since 2011.
naomi has been working in the field of social justice since graduating from Wellesley College in 2002. During her graduate program in social work and law at Washington University in St. Louis, she spent time in Ghana, South Africa, and Montgomery, Alabama as an intern with the Southern Poverty Law Center.
After completing her graduate program, naomi spent over two years in Ann Arbor, Michigan facilitating a 20-week afterschool program at four high schools. The goal of the program was to increase students’ critical consciousness and awareness to work for just social change. In 2011, naomi returned to St. Louis. After working as an immigration attorney for 2 years, naomi returned to the educational setting as a high school social worker – first for the Individualized Learning Center, Rockwood’s alternative high school program, and currently at Eureka. She is working with the Eureka High School student equity team and is thrilled to be a Program Associate with NCCJ St. Louis.
naomi is a Certified Diversity FaciliTrainer (CDFT)™.