B.S.W., M.S.W., University of Georgia
Jocelyn Crumpton (she/her) serves as a social work advocate for the CEASE Clinic. Crumpton leads the social work services for the clinic, providing direct case management to clients, case investigation, client intake, and supervision for bachelors and masters of social work interns.
Previously, Crumpton worked at the Athens Area Homeless Shelter as the coordinator for the Bridge to Home Program and as the emergency shelter coordinator. Among her duties with the Bridge to Home Program were developing a transitional housing program for homeless parents seeking higher education and providing trauma-informed case management to homeless families. She also served as the on-call accompaniment advocate for the Cottage Sexual Assault and Children’s Advocacy Center, where she assisted sexual assault survivors during the reporting process to law enforcement and advocated for child survivors during forensic interview processes. Her civic engagement includes serving the local Athens community as a Public Safety Civilian Oversight Board member and the financial aid coordinator for Ulead Athens.
Crumpton earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social work from UGA. She is a licensed master social worker and holds a Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership.