Ebasa Sarka, PhD

PhD, Social Welfare; MSW

Assistant Professor

Phone: 206-296-2106

Building/Room: Casey 313

Ebasa Sarka CV

Ebasa Sarka, who received his MSW and PhD from the University of Washington, focuses his teaching and research on the impacts of childhood adversity, racial disparities in social child welfare, intervention and prevention of child maltreatment, and multicultural approaches to social work practice with children, youth, and families. Sarka co-founded the Horn of Africa Social Workers Association to raise awareness of the experiences of the Eritrean, Ethiopian, and Somalian immigrants in the Seattle-King County area. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Dungoo Educational Foundation, Olympia, WA.