Right now, schools across the nation are focusing on strengthening safety and emergency preparedness so your child or grandchild is safe at school. For many schools and school districts, this involves taking another look at risks, threats and hazards that may be in or around their campuses, increasing training opportunities and methods, enhancing emergency operations …
As the Executive Director at the Danielle Dawn Smalley Foundation, Sheila develops, enhances, manages, and promotes the organizations pipeline safety programs by working with stakeholders, industry, and regulatory agencies. She has personally delivered pipeline safety education to school officials in over 40 states across the nation in partnership with numerous pipeline companies. As a non-profit professional, Sheila has 20 years of experience working with tribal, faith-based, public, and private organizations, many which focus on prevention and safety programming. Sheila holds degrees in human development, sociology, a master’s degree in administrative-community practice social work. She is a member of the Common Ground Alliance, has been published in industry journals and has spoken at pipeline safety conferences across the nation.
Sheila has articles in the following magazines:
2019 Q1 Issue