M.S.W. Florida State University, Clinical Focus
B.S.W. Dalton State College, Latino and Appalachian Cultural Focus
Health & Life Course
Marcie Hambrick’s research focuses on social disadvantage as it intersects with social policy and socio-cultural factors. Specifically she has researched the effects of family violence in childhood on criminality in later life; fear of crime among urban dwellers in the context of public housing policy; and how social policy in public housing and social welfare affects individuals. Since 2012, she has taught a variety of sociology courses at Georgia State University and Georgia Northwestern Technical College. In addition, she is the founder and director of a domestic violence prevention non-profit agency that provides interventions for anger management and stress management.