Diane Bartlett is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and adjunct Psychology professor teaching Gender Studies. She has over three decades of experience in medical social work, clinical ethics, death & dying, and community non-profit management. Diane currently works for St. Luke’s Health System as Program Manager for St. Luke’s Hemophilia Center within the Cancer Institute. She is a trained clinical bedside ethicist and member of St. Luke’s Ethics Committee. Diane enjoys teaching and mentoring others and has supervised Master prepared Social Workers pursuing clinical license, Bachelor and Master level students for field placements, and presented on various clinical subjects at local, regional, and national events.
Diane earned her Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas-Arlington, and her Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University. She has two college age children who are pursuing their passions of music and nursing, and a miniature dachshund Daisy Mae. In her spare time Diane enjoys spending time with family/friends, reading, and attending live performances at The Morrison Center.