Speaker - Keima Sheriff

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Keima Sheriff has over 12 years of professional experience as an educator, program director, and supervisor. In addition to several other clients, Ms. Sheriff currently consults with the Urban Affairs Coalition as the Youth Division Specialist, providing organizational health assessment, development, and ongoing technical assistance to youth-serving program partners. She previously served as the Interim Executive Director of the Alternative Education Program at Cookman United Methodist Church. The program was contracted to educate 50 chronically truant and disengaged youth. Ms. Sheriff found success in creating stability for the program, strengthening the working relationship of the teaching staff, and encouraging the program to design assessment tools that can inform programmatic success. Prior to this experience, Ms. Sheriff served as consultant for The Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Office of Truancy and Delinquency Prevention (OTDP). Her role was to develop and maintain an effective collaboration between the Family Court system and DHS. Later her role with OTDP was to train providers in program standards, court involvement, offer general technical assistance, and project implementation assistance.

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Supporting the BMA Movement

12.01.16 | 01:00:25 min | 0 comments