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Wanda E. Beasley is an Allegheny County caseworker with the Office of Children, Youth and Families. She received the Community Service Award from Family Resources, a nonprofit that work to prevent and treat child abuse.
By Bobby Kerlik
Friday, July 5, 2013, 11:39 p.m.

Noteworthy: Beasley received the Community Service Award from Family Resources, a nonprofit that works to prevent and treat child abuse, for her performance as a social worker. Her colleagues in the Allegheny County Office of Children, Youth and Families nominated her.

Age: 34

Residence: Penn Hills

Family: Children Taariq, 17, Eugene, 15, and Dewayne, 3

Occupation: Beasley is a caseworker for the Children, Youth and Families.

Background: A social worker for six years, Beasley hopes to obtain a clinical license for social work and open her own counseling service.

Education: Bachelor's and master's degrees in social work, University of Pittsburgh, 2007 and 2009, respectively

Quote: “Being a caseworker, you don't get a lot of recognition, but I love my job. I love being able to assist and help families. It feels good to make a positive change in their lives.”

— Bobby Kerlik

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