SpeakersLennie DiPietro, Deputy Superintendent, Cambridge Police Department Deputy Superintendent Leonard DiPietro has over 30 years of experience with the Cambridge Police Department. He currently serves as the Commanding Officer of the Criminal Investigation Unit. He previously served as the Commanding Officer of the Community Services Unit and initiated the Safety Net Collaborative in collaboration with community partners. A native of Cambridge, he has also served in various supervisory capacities within patrol operations and investigations.
Dr. Richard Dudley, MD, Private practice psychiatrist, former Deputy Commissioner of the NYC Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation & Alcoholism Services
Richard G. Dudley, Jr., M.D. received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine in 1972, and then completed his internship and residency in psychiatry at Northwestern University School of Medicine. He was formerly Deputy Commissioner of the NYC Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation & Alcoholism Services, and then Medical Director of the Washington Heights-West Harlem Community Mental Health Center. He was also previously a Visiting Associate Professor and Acting Chairmen of the Department of Behavioral Sciences at CUNY Medical School, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU School of Law. Since 1984, Dr. Dudley has maintained a full time private practice in both clinical and forensic psychiatry. He is frequently invited to lecture on such topics as ‘the performance of ethno-culturally competent mental health evaluations’ and ‘childhood trauma, especially in urban settings, and its effects’.Facilitator
, MA State Legislature Representative James Cantwell
James Cantwell represents the towns of Marshfield and Scituate in the Massachusetts State Legislature. Issue areas that Representative Cantwell prioritizes include Coastal Preservation and Resiliency, Substance Abuse Prevention, Transportation, and Suicide Prevention.SIF 2018 Social Innovator
Stifler Family Foundation
About the March Social Issue Talks
This March, the Social Innovation Forum (SIF) will hold eight free, educational events across the city as a part of our annual March Social Issue Talk Series where funders and community leaders can hear from leading experts and our 2018 Social Innovators about the latest trends, best practices, and exciting innovations across a variety of fields.
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