Lorna Little is a renowned speaker, author, media personality, licensed clinical social worker, and youth advocate. Her background melds an interesting mix of human services and media entertainment. As the Executive Director of St. Agnes Home, a group home for young mothers and children for over 10 years, and as a former young mother herself, Lorna understands, and is capable of speaking on, the issues facing teen parents from both a personal and professional perspective. Lorna started her rise to international prominence by being the producer of a television program, Lorna’s Corner, which utilizes music and the celebrity guests to deliver messages and words of wisdom which encourages viewers to live up to their full potential. Messages of hope, community responsibility, and breaking the cycles of violence continue to be interwoven between interviews and videos.
Lorna has a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Psychology and a Master’s degree in Social Work. She earned her Clinical License in Social work, providing her with the opportunity to offer counseling to individuals and families. She has a Post Master’s Certificate in Foster Care and Adoptions Studies and speaks frequently on these subjects. She serves as the Chair of the Springfield College School of Social Work Advisory Board.
Lorna has an awesome history of delivering inspiring workshops, motivational speeches, and multi-media presentations. She is an avid photographer and videographer. She is also currently releasing her book a memoir, “MUM’S THE WORD!”.