Marketplace of Ideas 2022 / Event programme / Informal networking session
FRIDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2022
Informal networking session
7am Los Angeles/10am New York/3pm London/5pm Nairobi/9pm Bangkok/midnight Sydney
A moderated open session for follow-up discussions about matters presented or raised during the week, and for networking with programs and likeminded colleagues. We hope that participants will feel free to share their experiences and work towards creating communities of interest.
Session duration: 90 minutes
Sheldon Greenburg has spent years working to build the relationship between law enforcement and public health. His perspective is based, in great part, on his service as a police officer and a professor in education and public health. Sheldon has served on numerous boards and commissions and in varied leadership roles that prepared him to contribute to the GLEPHA Board as it moves forward. Among the boards on which he has served are the Forum on Global Violence Prevention, National Academy of Sciences, Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation, Road Safety Workforce Development, YMCA, Maryland School for the Deaf, and the Mid Atlantic Emergency Management Center. Sheldon also served in roles as Associate Dean, Division Director, and Department Chair at Johns Hopkins University and as Associate Director of the Police Executive Research Forum.
Najja Morris-Frazier is the LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) Support Bureau Director. In her current role, Najja is responsible for leading the team which provides technical assistance and support to jurisdictions through all phases of the implementation of their LEAD initiatives both nationally and internationally. Prior to joining the LEAD National Support Bureau, Najja served as a Case Manager, then as Direct Services Supervisor, with the LEAD Pilot program in Seattle WA for over four years. Before beginning her work with LEAD in 2013, Najja dedicated over 20 years working within the urban areas of Seattle with/on behalf of a wide array of marginalized and disenfranchised communities.