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Angelina Beasley

Angelina Beasley

Student Advisor Angelina Beasley is a senior at Monomoy Regional High School and is a co-founder of the SHARK Project.  She is currently interning as a nurses’ helper at the Latham Center. “I have lived with a member in my family who I lost to addiction. Being a young girl in high school, seeing other …

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Angela Kedzior

Angela Kedzior, MD

Board Member Dr. Angela Kedzior is a graduate of the Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons in New York City and completed her psychiatric residency at the Payne Whitney Clinic-New York Hospital. Angela is double-boarded in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. Her career has focused on treatment of and advocacy on behalf of underserved and homeless …

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Cape Cod PASS

The Cape Cod PASS Program The Cape Cod PASS Program is a safe and supportive environment for high school students facing suspension. The problem behavior that leads to suspension can indicate an underlying issue. The moment of suspension is also a moment for intervention and a vital opportunity to change outcomes for these students. Students …

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David Spitz

After 20+ years as a planner and planning consultant for local municipalities, David moved from Vermont to Cape Cod in 2009 to become the Town Planner for the Town of Harwich. He retired in 2016 and remains active in local affairs by serving as Chair of the Brooks Academy Museum Commission. David’s family has joined …

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Mary Beth Schoening

Co-founder As Co-founder of Behavioral Health Innovators Mary Beth has been focused on identifying best practices and gaps in screening, early intervention and treatment of behavioral health conditions, conducting journey mapping research, and developing innovative, technology-enabled digital health models to fill the gaps. Mary Beth recently conducted interviews with 70 thought leaders involved in responding …

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