(1898–1957) Annette Marie Garrett was a social worker and social work educator whose main contribution was in the development of casework practice. A native of Kansas, Garrett received her BA from the University of Kansas, did graduate work at the University of Chicago, and received an MSS from Smith College School for Social Work in 1928. After several years in casework practice, she was appointed chief of social service at the Judge Baker Guidance Center in Boston. In 1935 she became associate director of Smith College School for Social Work, remaining there until her death.
From Encyclopedia of Social Work in Oxford Reference.
Subjects: Social Work.