Shereen Hullum

Shereen Hullum, MSSA, LCSW

Assistant Professor of Social Work



Office: Meridian Street House

A licensed clinical social worker, Shereen Hullum, joined the university in 2017 as an assistant professor of social work. Her arrival on campus marked a homecoming of sorts for Hullum, who both attended George Fox as an undergraduate student and also worked as an adjunct professor of social work at the institution from 2014 to 2016, specializing in teaching the courses Social Work with Children and Diversity Issues in Social Work Practice.

In the three years prior to joining the faculty full time, Hullum worked as a child and family therapist in the Intensive Community Treatment Services division of Trillium Family Services of Portland. Before that, she was a case manager and therapist in the foster care unit of the Beech Brook behavioral health agency in Pepper Pike, Ohio.

Among her areas of specialization are child and family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma informed care, and crisis intervention. Hullum earned a master’s degree in social administration from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, in 2011 and a bachelor’s degree in social work from George Fox in 2010.