The Sectors

Sector Definitions and CSAPC Sector Reps

The sector roles are our leaders to the Coalition, each sector provides resources, volunteer time, and the ability to make a change within our community. Alongside each sector, there are a group of individuals who represent the sector with their time and resources to better the coalition.

About this Sector

An individual or organization licensed to provide physical, mental or behavioral healthcare services.

Reps: Ruth Roberts, CC Behavioral Health

About this Sector

A representative of a governmental agency with expertise in the field of substance abuse (including, if applicable, the state agency with primary authority for substance abuse).

Reps: Marc Flindt, Public Health

About this Sector

A representative of a community organization that addresses substance abuse

Reps: Julie Dostal, STAP

About this Sector

A representative or an organization that provides civic or volunteer activities that serve the community, not a coalition member designated as a “volunteer”

Reps: Elizabeth Monaco, Norwich Rotary Club

About this Sector

A representative of an organization that provides services to youth

Reps: Sharon Vesley, The Place

About this Sector

A representative of a law enforcement agency (must be an active, sworn officer, not retired).

Reps: Chief Marsh, Norwich City PD

About this Sector

A representative of a faith-based organization or from a fraternal organization that is based on a common tie or pursuit of a common goal (organization must have a substantial program of fraternal activities)

Reps: Cynthia Neal, CVFree Methodist Church

About this Sector

A representative of the school system with influence in school policies and procedures

Reps: Kisten Giglio, Norwich Central School

About this Sector

A representative of a communication outlet provides information to the community

Reps: Zachary Meseck, Evening Sun

About this Sector

A representative of a business-related organization

Reps: Melinda Chawgo, Artists’ Palette

About this Sector

An individual is legally responsible for a child, grandchild, or foster child.

Reps: Victoria Mitchell, Parent Teacher Community Team

About this Sector

An individual 18 years of age or younger

Reps: Makaio Sutton, NHS Student

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