Julie DeFilippo

Academic Title

  • Director MSW Field Education

Additional Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Practice
  • Caregiving
  • Quality of life of Caregivers to children with PKU
  • Quality of life Caregivers to children with rare diseases
  • Chronic disease self management programs

Ms. DeFilippo has close to 10 years of experience in higher education. She has taught in schools of social work at Boston College, Simmons University, Salem State University, and Wheelock College. Her practice experience is in macro social work focused on policy, advocacy and lobbying for nonprofit organizations. She is currently a PhD Student in Social Work at Simmons University.

  • B.A. Simmons University
  • M.S.W. Boston College, School of Social Work
  • Ph.D. Simmons University (Expected 2023)

Bolduc, J. (2021). PKU Caregiver Study. Poster Presentation at the National Association of Social Workers-MA Chapter Conference. Virtual Conference.

Hamilton-Mason, J., Kamya, H., Mbao, M., Bolduc DeFilippo, J. (2020, November). Brain Drain Among Foreign Born and People of Color in Human Services. Paper Presentation at the Council on Social Work Education 66th Annual Program Meeting. Virtual Conference.

Bolduc DeFilippo, J. (2020, November). PKU Caregiver Study. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the New England Consortium of Metabolic Programs. Virtual Conference.

Bolduc DeFilippo, J. (2020, November). PKU Caregiver Study. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the New England Consortium of Metabolic Programs. Virtual Conference.

Bolduc DeFilippo, J. (2020, October). Caregiver Burden and Quality of Life of Caregivers in the Rare Disease Community. Paper presentation at the Annual Rare New England Conference. Virtual Conference.

Bolduc DeFilippo, J. (2020, October). PKU Caregiver Study. Paper presentation at the National Caregivers Conference. Virtual Conference.

Bolduc DeFilippo, J. (2020, November). PKU Caregiver Study. Abstract Publication at the Annual Meeting of the New England Consortium of Metabolic Programs. Virtual Conference.