A Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems and 22+ years of experience working in Healthcare Administration and Information Technology. She also has 10 years of experience in grants management and participates in several community outreach programs promoting public safety and health in vulnerable populations.
AA in Fine Arts, Graphic Arts, Certifications: Bloodborne Pathogens, Personal Centered Planning, Rutgers School of Social Work & Advocacy Training. Committed to demonstrating a evidence-based program that improves public safety, reduces recidivism, decreases victimization, and reduces the financial burden of the correctional system. Allowing youth to have authenticate help to address personal and family deficiencies and develop prosocial thinking patterns to choose happy healthy life.
M.S Human Services, 20+years of experience in human services (mental health for youth & adults), group home for at risk youth and Early childhood education. High level experince with fundrasing and international event planning.
15+years of conducting group therapy activities, peer recovery support under the pillars of addiction management. A passionate community liaison for linkage to community resources, employment, recovery support, and educational services.
20+years of Human Resources, Diversity/Inclusion, Recruitment/Retention and training. Able to assess goals and deliver business recommendations. Shannon brings out the best in people, her uncanny insight helps drive individuals to achieve personal and professional goals.
Pursuing BS in Finance, Business Administration, Minor Real Estate & Capital Planning. Able to provide generational wealth. Bridging social and human gaps within the urban community, reducing violence by leading by example. Enjoy being a student-athletic.
BS in Health Science, concentration Community Health Education, Minor in Family and Human Services. Certifications: CPR/First Aid/AED, Youth Mental Health First Aid. I am a Health coordinator that provide tools for reducing recidivism to address issues and barriers of the formerly incarcerated youth and adults. This include behavioral/mental health, substance community referrals to community partners.
My journey in education started once I received my degree’s in ECE and SAE in May 2012. I became a Pre-K Teacher between 2012-2016, then a Lead Teacher for St. Vincent De’ Paul Head Start Program. Currently, I am Baltimore City Public School System as a Kindergarten Teacher. A professional Educator with diverse experience, fostering child-centered curriculum and student creativity, with a solid commitment to the social academic growth and development of every child.
For over 6 years as a Network Cable Technician and manages CCTV Security, TCP/IP Networks, wireless solutions, and access control. History of youth activities and sports for all age groups.
10 years in financial wellness, retirement, health care, and estate planning, life insurance/annuity, comprehensive financial planning and investment management, real estate and I also have 5 years in effective conflict resolution management, culture, processes, and expectations.
Directly onsite at NSNS Headquarters, group and individual sessions and addiction activities and services to managing sobriety. Substance Abuse IOP/OP and * Special Housing available.
Hosts organized peace rallies host block parties to promote public safety. Health and Food Justice and advocacy for civic engagement for youth and adults with 21217.
including Experiential Education, International and Comparative Law, Trial Advocacy, Intellectual Property, and Health Law initiatives and programs
Train community volunteers to collaborate with incarcerated people as they prepare for their interviews with the Board of Parole
Work with partners across the state to advocate for a more transparent, just, and merciful parole release process
Support currently and formerly incarcerated leaders of the prison and parole justice movements and amplify their voices and visions
Addressing violence as it relates to Public Health
These guides walk individuals through the qualifying process for Medicaid in their state, how to apply, and, more importantly, offering it in the language that is natively spoken in their home:
Reentry and Community Outreach Specialist
Website: Reentry (justice.gov)
Assisting nonprofit organizations with legal needs.
Child First is to develop youth and strengthen families by providing high-quality community schools, after-school and summer learning programs that promote academic achievement, social and emotional well-being, and parent leadership.
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc. prepares people to secure and retain employment and build successful independent lives. With community engagement events.
Directly onsite licensed community-based mental health program that provides counseling and promotes successful. Accessing Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) community integration with community resources.
NSNS Partnership with parole and probation and prerelease units to assist with a successfully transition into the community after incarceration - intense reentry home planning and mentorship. This includes career readiness, vital records ad judiciary commitments.
Education and Workforce Development Resources
The Y is a mission-driven, charitable organization in Central Maryland dedicated to developing the full potential of every individual through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
The JRA act is a project to reduce mass incarceration in Maryland by providing representation to people eligible to file motions to reduce their sentences under the newly-enacted Juvenile Restoration Act.
To be the standard bearer in the mental health and addiction recovery services industry through comprehensive medical and therapeutic techniques that foster wellness and longevity...
Provide resources, brainstorming and problem solving for social work release and reentry services
Provide training to staff , reporting, and shared community resources
The wide-range area of responsibility, including acute communicable diseases, animal control, chronic disease prevention, emergency preparedness, HIV/STD, maternal-child health workshops and resources.
25 E 20th St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Advocating and Providing Optimal Health & Wellness
Support of the Unger Project and justice reform and advances policies that promote well-being and justice for all people and communities.
Public health program to reduce gun violence among youth ages 14 to 24 . We work with - Park Heights, Sandtown and Belvedere locations
Healthy citizens of Baltimore, free of HIV and HCV stigma and overcoming health disparities
Women Empowerment Workshop
KDW Cares empowers under-served communities through holistic education and outreach efforts, as we also develop sustainable strategies and solutions for positive change. Words Matter, Financial Literacy Workshops and Culinary Program
Early Child Education, Health Education and Family Services
Parenting, childcare, community trainings for impact of family violence & trauma.
Professional janitorial commercial cleaning and workforce development for returning citizens.
No Struggle No Success is now certified by the City of BALTIMORE DEPARTMENT OF LAW MINORITY AND WOMENS BUSINESS Opportunity Office
Network Security, Help-desk Services, System Administration for Small and Medium sized businesses. We also specialize in cost effective Office 365 and G-Suite Licensing and Hardware Sales, Installations and Service.
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NSNS takes pride in delivering exceptional services, we are contributing to public safety & community healing. We are currently waitlisting referrals, please follow the normal process of submission. If your court date or parole hearing is within the month of May 2023, please email: email@example.com, for further assistance.