Emily Haddad, LCSW

MBE Student

Emily Haddad LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in behavioral health support and wellness for children and families with urogenital conditions such as bladder exstrophy, cloacal anomalies, anal rectal malformations, and intersex conditions/ disorders of sex development. She has contributed to the development of multidisciplinary programs within the pediatric setting for these conditions. Haddad received her bachelor’s from the University of Vermont in Anthropology and Sociology with a minor in Art. A semester was completed with the School for International Training (SIT) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands with a focus on Gender Identity and Sexuality. She then completed her Master of Social Work at the University of Michigan and was a graduate student instructor in Sociology during this two-year program.

Her MSW internships were completed at The Hospital for Sick Children, Department of Urology, in Toronto, Ontario and at Toledo Children’s Hospital, NICU. After 13 years of direct clinical practice in the states of Florida, Rhode Island, Oklahoma and Texas, Haddad has relocated to Maryland to pursue a Master of Bioethics at the Bloomberg School. Haddad has been on the medical advisory board for the Association for the Bladder Exstrophy Community (A-BE-C) for many years and has contributed to the organization’s international medical missions to India and Uganda.