Margery Daniel, PH.D., LCSW
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Dr. Margery Daniel served as board chair of the United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area from 2009-2011. She is an active Life Member of the board of the United Way, which provides resources and community services to the residents of Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna, Green, Louisa, and Nelson counties. Dr. Daniel was a founder of Women United in Philanthropy in 2005, in partnership with the United Way.
Dr. Daniel was honored in 2015 by The Daily Progress as part of the “Distinguished Dozen” series. Daily Progress Distinguished Dozen
Also in 2015, Dr. Daniel founded Clinical Case Consultation LLC. to provide consultation services for mental health practitioners, as well as project planning for non-profit, human service agencies and networks.
Dr. Daniel grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, received her undergraduate BA degree from Duke University, her teacher-training certification from Perkins School for the Blind-Boston University, her masters degree in social work from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and her doctoral degree in social work from Smith College School for Social Work. Prior to founding Clinical Case Consultation LLC, Dr. Daniel maintained a private psychotherapy practice in Charlottesville, and was employed as an adjunct faculty member by Smith College School for Social Work, and as a clinical social worker, supervisor, and lecturer by UVA-Counseling and Psychological Services.
1. Web. Distinguished Dozen: Retired psychotherapist a volunteer powerhouse  Bryan McKenzie, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, December 29, 2015.