Talia Beaulieu-Hains

Talia Beaulieu-Hains is Program Associate II for the Ending Girl’s Incarceration Project. Prior to joining the Vera Institute of Justice, Talia has worked with New York’s City's most vulnerable populations of young people. She has worked at Safe Horizon- Streetwork Project, where she gained extensive experience and knowledge servicing and advocating on behalf of New York City’s homeless youth and at-risk population. At Health & Education Alternatives for Teens (HEAT), she developed community-based events, sexual health education, and service information to HIV infected and at-risk youth of Brooklyn. Most recently, Talia designed and managed the day-to-day services, center programming, and community education training programs of an LGBT Center in Queens. Her experience has helped her remain open to the needs of the youth community. She is devoted to fighting against oppression, racism and removing barriers to services for people of color and LGBTQ+ communities.

Talia received a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science from Mercy College and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) in Public Affairs and Administration from Metropolitan College of New York.