Latino Reentry Network: Barriers to Reintegration
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Latino Reentry Network: Barriers to Reintegration

Latino Reentry Network: Barriers to Reintegration

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The Wellness Center at Casa Esperanza

263 Eustis Street

Boston, MA 02119

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Join us at our second Latino Reentry Network seminar "Barriers to Reintegration: A Panel Discussion"

Men and women reentering from incarceration many times face tremendous barriers imposed by social structures that prevent them from achieving their goals, and help perpetuate the cycle of poverty and incarceration. Join us in our panel discussion with community stakeholders representing the areas of human resources, higher education, and workforce development. Let's work together to decrease barriers and increase our partnerships towards a more inclusive Boston.

Barriers to Reintegration: A Panel Discussion
The Wellness Center at Casa Esperanza
263 Eustis Street
Roxbury MA 02119
March 07, 2017
11:00 AM-2:00 PM
Lunch included. Limited street parking.




Our Panelists:

Deidre Barry, Human Resources Manager

Deidre Barry became a member of the South Boston Community Health Center staff in 2010 as the Administrative Assistant to the Director of Nursing, and assumed the role of Human Resources Manager in 2015. In May 2015 Deidre passed the exam required to become a SHRM Certified Professional, joining an exclusive global community of leading HR professionals who have demonstrated a commitment to the field. In June 2015 Deidre graduated from the Suffolk University/Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers Partnership Graduate Certificate Program in Community Health Management with honors, and will complete her master’s in Public Administration in May 2017. As HR Manager at South Boston Community Health Center, Deidre’s goal is to contribute to the accomplishment of Human Resource practices and objectives that will provide an employee-oriented, high performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, quality, productivity and standards, and the recruitment and ongoing development of a superior workforce.

Deryck Reid, Community Partnerships Manager

Deryck Reid became a member of the STRIVE staff after completing the program in 2010. He served as trainer for the ex-offender workshop from 2010 to 2013. In January 2014 Deryck assumed management of STRIVE for the Future, the agency’s youth employment and training initiative. He was recently promoted to Community Partnerships Manager. In this capacity Deryck identifies, develops and leads community engagement strategies in fulfillment of STRIVE’s mission and organizational priorities. He also oversees all internal program staff in program supervision, training, case management, support services and job development.

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