Talia Beaulieu-Hains


Talia Beaulieu-Hains is a program associate II with Vera’s Ending Girls’ Incarceration initiative to advance the freedom and well-being of girls and gender-expansive youth by advocating for state and local policy changes and developing solutions based on community needs. Talia was instrumental in leading the team’s youth engagement and community partnership projects in New York City.

Before joining Vera in 2020, Talia worked in the nonprofit sector servicing New York City’s young people. Talia has extensive experience and knowledge advocating on behalf of the city’s youth experiencing homelessness and those at risk of system involvement; developing community-based events and sexual health education to HIV-infected Brooklyn youth; and designing and managing the day-to-day services, center programming, and community education training programs of an LGBTQ center in Queens.

Talia holds a BS in behavioral science from Mercy College and an MPA in public affairs and administration from Metropolitan College of New York.