Deoshore Haig, MSW
Deoshore Haig has twenty years of experience working with culturally diverse communities and managing human service programs. As an independent consultant, Ms. Haig services include designing and facilitating cultural skills, diversity, and competency training, health prevention programs and, technical assistance for organizational development change.
Recently, Ms. Haig participated in a three-year project designed to assess, evaluate, and integrate cultural competence within a public health institution for improvement of health disparities/outcomes among minority residents in the state of Rhode Island.
Ms. Haig received her BA from Potsdam College and has a Masters in Social Work from Rhode Island College. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, a member of the Association of Black Social Workers, the Association of Death Education and Counseling and a board member of the National Center for Death Education Academic Board. Ms. Haig serves as an advisory board member to New England AIDS Education Training Center and volunteers as a Health Advocate for a Health Connection Program. Ms. Haig also volunteers on several other advisory boards within the Providence Community. Currently she is a Special Guest Lecturer at Providence College in the Social Work Department.