Gun Violence Talk Backs Following “Subway Story (A Shooting)”

Backs Each Sunday Following “Subway Story (A Shooting)” Aim to Elucidate Pressures Driving Gun Violence in Young People

Following 3:00 PM matinée:

“Life After Gun Violence:  Voices Beyond the Wall” with Dana R, Boylan, Assistant District Attorney of Nassau County

Dana R. Boylan is Director of Community Re-entry Initiatives and Youth Development Programming for Nassau County.  She is an experienced attorney who received her BS degree from St. John’s University and her JD degree from Fordham University School of Law. Her primary focus is on community relations and youth development.

She is a board member of several service-oriented nonprofit organizations and has been a board member of Women of Integrity, Inc. since 2013. Her interests lie in collaborating to develop and implement initiatives and learning opportunities that serve to empower and further community and  youth development.

Partially raised in Jamaica West Indies, Ms. Boylan’s particular focus on prevention and youth development is born out of her acute understanding that education and mentoring are critical factors that shift personal outcomes and advance community and youth empowerment. She has been active in the area  of mentoring and youth outreach  for over 20 years.

 











When: Sun., March 18, 2018 at 3:00 pm
Where: Theater for the New City
155 First Ave.
212-254-1109
Price: Show tickets $15
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Backs Each Sunday Following “Subway Story (A Shooting)” Aim to Elucidate Pressures Driving Gun Violence in Young People

Following 3:00 PM matinée:

“Life After Gun Violence:  Voices Beyond the Wall” with Dana R, Boylan, Assistant District Attorney of Nassau County

Dana R. Boylan is Director of Community Re-entry Initiatives and Youth Development Programming for Nassau County.  She is an experienced attorney who received her BS degree from St. John’s University and her JD degree from Fordham University School of Law. Her primary focus is on community relations and youth development.

She is a board member of several service-oriented nonprofit organizations and has been a board member of Women of Integrity, Inc. since 2013. Her interests lie in collaborating to develop and implement initiatives and learning opportunities that serve to empower and further community and  youth development.

Partially raised in Jamaica West Indies, Ms. Boylan’s particular focus on prevention and youth development is born out of her acute understanding that education and mentoring are critical factors that shift personal outcomes and advance community and youth empowerment. She has been active in the area  of mentoring and youth outreach  for over 20 years.

 

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