The most crucial function of the York County Safety Collab is developing relationships of trust and transparency between law enforcement and the community. We continue to build out our team to help this important work grow and thrive. We are excited to introduce Jamie Noerpel as our new Community Impact Manager.
Jamie comes to us from Milton Hershey School where she taught history for ten years to high school students from low-income families and attained her Ph.D. in American Studies. Her dissertation focused on foodways and agriculture in York County, and how different socio-economic and ethnic groups are affected. She is also a freelance writer for the York Daily Record where she covers York County’s rich history and diversity.
Her passion for York and knowledge of the community will be an enormous asset in driving the goals and mission of LogosWorks Partners and the York County Safety Collab. She will specifically focus on:
- Engaging partners and developing relationships for social impact in public safety, violence prevention, and workforce integration
- Growing and maturing the collaborative structure around the Safety Collab
- Developing programming around violence prevention among Youth
Jamie will serve as a critical implementer and leader in our social impact work and she will be serving as the point person for the York County Safety Collaborative.
Feel free to contact Jamie Noerpel to start a conversation about public safety collaboration.