Bridget Schneiderman Tuttle

Bridget Schneiderman Tuttle

Clinical Assistant Teaching Professor

School of Social Work


Intimate partner and family violence, sexual violence, child welfare, grief and loss, and trauma


Dr. Bridget Schneiderman Tuttle has a background in advocacy, community organizing, and trauma. She started her social work career in direct practice and group work prior to becoming a victim services program coordinator at a municipal agency in south Florida. During her time as victim services program coordinator, she developed and administered an internship program for social work students from area universities. Dr. Tuttle is a volunteer member of the Florida Crisis Response Team. She was the Co-Coordinator for Broward County, and currently serves on the Executive Board as the Statewide Chairperson. She has coordinated and responded to several mass traumatic events, both in Florida as well as on a national level. Additionally, she is a volunteer with the Broward Victim’s Rights Coalition, where she currently serves as President. Dr. Tuttle comes to FIU with over 16 years university teaching experience as an adjunct instructor. She holds a DSW from Florida Atlantic University, as well as a BSW and MSW with a concentration in trauma from Florida State University.


  • Florida Atlantic University, DSW
  • Florida State University, MSW
  • Florida State University, BSW