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Sheridan Haines

Sheridan Haines
Sheridan joins C4 after having served in leadership roles at the Massachusetts Governor’s Council to Address Sexual and Domestic Violence, Jane Doe Inc., Samaritan’s of Boston, and Elizabeth Stone House. She brings rich experience in mission driven non-profit management, coalition building, and systems integration. Sheridan holds a B.A. from Rutgers University.

Recent Posts

Intimate Partner Violence and Child Well-Being: Building Resiliency

The Center for Social Innovation will host the Dawn Jahn Moses memorial lecture on June 30th about the intersection of intimate partner violence, child well-being, and resilience with human rights activist, William Kellibrew, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department Children and Families, Linda Spears, Carmela DeCandia, Psy.D., faculty at the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Institute of Health Professions, and Rachel Latta, Ph.D., Director of Trauma and Violence Prevention at the Center for Social Innovation.