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Sherlock Sentinels and Advisory Committee

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What is the Sentinel Advisory Committee?

The Sherlock Sentinel Advisory Committee is the consumer advisory committee for the Sherlock Center. Members include persons with disabilities and family members of children and youth with disabilities. The committee meets at the Sherlock Center on Wednesday evenings six times a year (every other month). Transportation reimbursement, a meeting stipend, and dinner are provided.

Advisory members have three important roles: How do I apply to become an Advisory Member?

Apply online or print the application and send it to the Sherlock Center by mail or fax. If you have questions or need assistance, contact Jeremy Nascimento, Sentinels Facilitator.

Applicants will be interviewed and selected by the Sentinels Advisory Committee. We welcome new members from diverse communities and will provide language and physical accommodations as needed.

Jeremy Nascimento
Main Line: (401) 456-8072
TTY via RI Relay: 711 or (800) 745-5555
Spanish via RI Relay: 711 or (866) 355-9241
Direct Line/Voicemail: (401) 456-2835

Advisory Members

Tracy Allard
Elizabeth A'Vant
Rebecca Beaton
Magda Berroa
Gloria Bussell
Antonina Castillo
Michelle Giron
Sharmey Holloman
Miles Johnson
Gail Peet
Amber Perry
Feliz Quiles
Zuriely Quiles Rivera
Jermain Robertson
Valerie Quagliata
Alton Stuckey
Mapu Tolo

Rebecca Beaton joined the Sherlock Sentinels Advisory Committee more than 10 years ago! Rebecca has a long history of advocating for herself and other persons with disabilities. Rebecca enjoys creating a line of greeting cards that she sells at local events and three business locations. Rebecca has a disability and uses a head stick to create the cards on a computer. She started her business 16 years ago. "It makes me feel independent" says Rebecca.
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