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Juliana Langille

President and CEO of the International Community Empowerment Center

About Juliana

Juliana Badaro Langille emigrated from Brazil in 2001. Currently the founder of the International community She speaks fluent English, Portuguese, Spanish, and has basic communication skills in Cape Verdean Creole, Italian and French. Presently she is the President and CEO of the International Community Empowerment Center. In this capacity she is be able to utilize her 20 years of experience in Non-profit along with 17 years of experience in prevention and coalition building. Ms. Langille was a consultant for the international program at Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA) where she provided training and technical Assistance to communities in Brazil, Cape Verde and Uganda for 10 years. The International Program is funded by the United States Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and the United with the mission of “building and strengthening the capacity of community coalitions to create safe, healthy and drug free environments”. Ms. Langille has a background in community organizing and is one of the founders of Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), a Massachusetts statewide immigrant youth-led organization based in Massachusetts that identifies, recruits and develops leaders in local cities and towns who are invested in improving their communities through relationship building, leadership development, electoral organizing, and using both strategic and motivational campaigns to mobilize people. Ms. Langille was the Executive Director at Community Connections of Brockton and the Family Center for 7 years; a not-for-profit that seeks to actively partner with parents, residents, community groups, service agencies, businesses and others who want to strengthen families, neighborhoods and community. The goal of the Community Connections Coalition initiative in Massachusetts is to increase neighborhood-based networks of support which will serve to strengthen families, build communities, and prevent child abuse and neglect. Over the years Ms. Langille serves as the Chair of the Greater Brockton Community Health Network Area (CHNA 22) steering committee, the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA Coalition), the Board of Directors of the Ascentria Care Alliance formerly known as Lutheran Social Services of New England, the Good Samaritan Community Benefits Committee, and the Department of Children and Families Area Board. The Department of Children and Families Statewide Advisory Board. The Attorney General's Office Advisory board on Immigrant Issues. Ms. Langille also has an extensive background in assisting the families of victims of homicide, survivors of domestic violence, and in the substance abuse recovery and prevention field.

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