The Executive Director has over 20 years working in the nonprofit sector. These years of experience are in addition to State and Municipal employment in Victim Advocacy and Crisis Intervention. In addition, to the social service sector, she has six years coordinating clinical services for family planning. She has a Masters in Education, Psychology and a JD, licensed to practice law in CT and US District of CT. Her field of concentration is in public interest law. As the Program Director for a nonprofit she created the development department and was responsible for writing grants and fundraising. Her responsibilities included staff supervision, strategic planning, developing curricula, instruction, outreach and creating policies and procedures for programs and operational purposes, data collection, retrieval and analysis for purposes of grant requirements and reports using the ETO database. She is well equipped to address the fiscal accounting and management for grants and contracts. She has been involved in working through budgetary constraints and accountability, invoicing and drawdowns. Substantively, she has both professional and personal experience working with and through the bereavement process.
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