Lehlohonolo Henrietta Montjane, M.S.W., M.Div.
Lehlohonolo Henrietta Montjane was born in Soweto, South Africa, in 1965. She earned her B.S.W. from Salem State University and her M.S.W. from Boston University, where she also received her Master of Divinity. She has also graduated with a diploma in Business Development from the Witwatersrand Tecknikon, South Africa and completed the Senior Executive Programmme for South Africa offered by Harvard Business School and Witwatersrand University Business School. At Simmons, Rev. Montjane has co-taught "Realities and Oppression in Today's World" and coordinated the "Summer Academy for UnDoing Racism and Social Justice." She has served on the board of the Multicultural Aids Coalition, Boston since 2004 and has provided leadership, strategic planning, team building, management and counseling in cross-cultural settings with people from a range of ethnic/cultural backgrounds and social strata in the United States and South Africa. She has dedicated her life to serving God and pursuing social justice and human rights for women and their children as well as people living with HIV/AIDS locally and globally.
SW 577 Social Work With Groups
SW 409 Dynamics of Racism and Oppression