Elizabeth H. Fung, PhD, LCSW, was a senior social worker for 34 years at Lurie Children's Hospital (formerly known as Children's Memorial Hospital Hemophilia) Bleeding Disorders clinic in Chicago until 2012. Elizabeth was an adjunct faculty member at Loyola School of Social Work. Since retiring from the hospital, she has maintained a part-time private practice focusing on stress management. Elizabeth is a past recipient of the National Hemophilia Foundation’s Social Worker of the Year award and the "Walking in our shoes" award from the Bleeding Disorders Alliance Illinois.
The National Hemophilia Foundation maintains a long-term commitment to diversity. NHF integrates diversity initiatives into all aspects of its work.
Over ten years ago, NHF established the Cultural Diverse Working Group. The working group is committed to reaching culturally diverse population groups across the U.S. Cultural Diverse Working Group members are available to provide support and counsel in implementing effective outreach programs in your local area. Read more about diversity and MCTF Cultural Diverse Working Group Biographies.