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John Paul Perez
Northeast Regional Network Director
Based in Rochester, NY, John Paul has an MBA from the University of Rochester Simon Business School as well as an MS MFT from Eastern Nazarene College. John Paul has 23 years of experience that spans across nonprofit leadership, clinical therapy, community engagement, and business development.
Regional Vice President, Northeast
Based in Greensboro, North Carolina, Chris has a BS in Economics from the University of Puget Sound. Chris has 20 years of experience in strategy, employee benefits, and entrepreneurship.
State Network Director
Based in Warwick, RI, Laudine has a B.A. in gender and women's studies and a B.S. in human development and family studies. Laudine has an extensive background in supporting trauma survivors in the non-profit sector. Her focus has been through an advocacy and direct service lens, which allows her to keep the system's conversation trauma informed and client centered.
Associate Customer Success Manager
Based in Baltimore, MD, Allie has her MSW from the University of Maryland Baltimore and is a licensed clinical social worker, certified. Allie has extensive experience as a medical social worker across the continuum of care, including emergency department, acute hospital, and outpatient settings.
Community Engagement Manager
Based in East Providence, RI, Ben Choiniere has an MSW from Rhode Island College and a BA in visual arts and psychology from Bennington College. Ben has over 10 years of experience helping individuals and groups improve productive working relationships in cross-functional settings in profit and nonprofit organizations, and Ben has helped create legislative change.
Customer Success Manager
Based in Portland, ME, Miranda has a BS in finance and political science from Northeastern University. Miranda has experience partnering with government social services agencies across the U.S. on strategies to become more data driven, equitable, and outcomes focused.
After someone survives trauma, vetting lists of service providers can be overwhelming. Calling an agency may feel like an impossible task. As an advocate for survivors with trauma for over ten years, I have witnessed these barriers to patients' needs time and time again. The partners using the Unite Us Platform are able to efficiently make referrals, taking the onus off of the individual, ensuring that all clients get the care they need, no matter what they've been through.