Gretchen Clark Hammond, Ph.D., MSW, LSW, TTS, has worked in human services and addiction treatment since 1999, specializing in long-term and residential services for women and children. In 2012, Dr. Hammond became the Managing Partner at Mighty Crow Media, LLC. Her company provides grant-writing, development, training, project implementation, evaluation, and other management services to organizations working in human service and public health. MCM has worked with non-profit organizations across the state to secure over $10 million dollars.
Dr. Hammond has been a Community Lecturer at The Ohio State University since 2006. Dr. Hammond was honored as the Outstanding Graduate in Social Work Administration in 1999 the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant in 2006, 2007 and 2008, and 2012. Dr. Hammond received the 2007 Edward H. Schmidt Outstanding Young Alumni Award from The University of Toledo. In 2011, Dr. Hammond received the Randall M. Dana Award of Excellence for commitment to consumers, family members and the social service system. In 2013, Dr. Hammond received special recognition from OSU’s Office of Disability Services for her work with students in the classroom. Dr. Hammond has authored six peer-reviewed articles, a book chapter and one book.
This commentary is intended as an addendum and recent update to the original research article published in World Affairs, “The High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Unusual Institutional Arrangement of a Non-Authoritarian, yet Controlled, Democracy”