-Facilitate students developing social work competencies
-Encourage the practice of community organization in social work
in self-care strategies
-Promote social work education and its practice internationally
Dr. Endicott is Director of the Social Work Program at Oral Roberts University. He has been with the university for 40
He also serves as President of the South Peoria Neighborhood Connection Foundation, a neighborhood organization
that sponsors the South Tulsa Community House for providing services to low-income neighbors in the 61st and Peoria
area of south Tulsa. The organization is in partnership with area churches, foundations, City of Tulsa, Union Public Schools,
and several social service agencies. Oral Roberts University students perform practicums and internships at the site.
Dr. Endicott is a case management consultant for child welfare supervisors for the Child Welfare Professional Enhancement
Program sponsored by the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Department of Human Services. He provides similar service to
the Osage Nation in Oklahoma. Additionally, he performs critical incident stress debriefings for child welfare workers
in Oklahoma. He is a regular presenter on the subjects of stress management, secondary trauma, and burnout prevention to child
welfare, professional counselor/social work, and ministerial groups. He was selected Social Worker of the Year in 2003 and
is past President (2009-2010) of the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Association of Social
Workers (NASW-OK). As NASW-OK President, he represented the organization on the Oklahoma State Board for Licensed Social Workers.
Dr. Endicott has traveled to Russia on numerous occasions working with Children’s Hope Chest and Orphan’s
Tree organizations to provide summer and winter camps for older orphans. He currently teaches and consults with the social
work department of the Russian Orthodox University and Institute for Social Work and Counseling (affiliated with
the Word of Life Church) in Moscow. He also participated in creating a small foundation, OKAssist (Oklahoma Aid
Supplying Scholarships for International Student Training), to facilitate training opportunities for international students
seeking social work or related training in Oklahoma colleges and universities.
He is licensed in Oklahoma as
a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He has degrees from Missouri State University
(BS), University of Missouri-Columbia (MSSW), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MRE), and Midwestern Baptist Theological
Seminary (D.Min.). Dr. Endicott and his wife, Nancy, both serve through Southern Hills Baptist Church (Tulsa), where he is
a deacon (and past chairman of the Deacon Council). He currently serves on the board of the Community Service Council of Greater
Tulsa (co-chairs the Veterans Initiative), and in the past served on the Tulsa Human Rights Commission (including time
as Chair) and Venture Grant Committee of the Tulsa Area United Way. Additionally, he works as a site visitor for the
Council on Social Work Education and makes visits to universities to review social work programs seeking reaffirmation of
at ORU, late 70s and early 80s, Dr. Endicott both taught social work classes and established the ORU Cross Country
and Track Programs. He served as coach for an eight year stint. His last Cross Country team finished 11th in the
1984 NCAA Cross Country Championships.
He is married to wife Nancy (46 years) and has two sons: Luke and Tim. He enjoys
family activities (including time with his grandchildren), photography, golf, biking, and running.