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Sherese Brewington-Carr is a System’s Change Agent and expert in the field of Correctional Management, Program Development, Implementation, and Evaluation, Community/Volunteer Development and Professional Consultation. Her work has garnered her local and national recognition for contributions to the Criminal Justice and Human Services field. To date she has worked in the states of North Carolina, Connecticut and Delaware in multiple executive leadership positions, including, State Juvenile Services Director, Warden, Treatment Services Superintendent and Senior Labor Administrator. She has held appointed political positions in Democratic, Republican and Independent Party Administrations. Her consultation work has includes grant monitoring and  training for Federal and Local Government, Private Industry and Non-Profit arenas in multiple states including  South Dakota, Idaho, Washington State, California, Maryland, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey, Georgia, Texas, New York, Arizona, Iowa, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Washington DC, and Colorado.


She has  worked with key advocacy and non-partisan groups to ensure their programmatic,  public policy agenda and governance models  includes diverse and multicultural considerations, economic parity and empowerment, workforce, family life issues and the structuring of  partnerships to realize  meaningful social justice solutions. Sherese is an accomplished public speaker that has appeared before national and local media forums of CNN, and numerous community-based audiences. A seasoned professional trainer and subject matter expert, her topic range includes cultural competency and multi-generational issues, executive leadership and coaching, governance, ethical leadership, women in leadership, human and criminal justice practice and theory. Currently, Sherese serves as Senior Administrator for the Delaware Department of Labor. There she manages the Department’s efforts as proactive thought partners and  best practices for the  Ex-Offender Workforce, relative Re-entry initiatives, Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers, Foreign Labor Certification; H2A/H2B, Veteran Employment, Employer Incentives to include Work Opportunity Tax Credit and Federal Bonding, System Data Validation and Customer Satisfaction Programs.


She has received numerous Executive development trainings and certifications to include, Executive Leadership for Women-National Institute of Corrections, and Duke University Executive Leadership Programs. Her present community involvements are focusing on organizational policy development, advocacy education and professional board governance  as Chair of the  Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security, Chair Delaware Commission for Women, (3 term appointee), National Coalition of Juvenile Justice; Government Relations Committee. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, Zeta Omega Chapter, the Links Incorporated and held Past President roles in the Delaware Forum of Executive Women, The Wilmington District of United Methodist Women and The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Delaware Chapter. She was elected to the NC100BW Board of Directors in 2013 ,has served as Public Policy Co-Chair since 2012, and national committee member since 2007.


Sherese holds a Masters of Human Services Degree, (Social Service and Systems Management  Concentration) from Lincoln University, a Bachelor’s of  Political Science (Criminal Justice Minor) from North Carolina Central University and a Paralegal Certification from the University of Delaware. She is CEO and principle of QSB Solutions, LLC, launched in 2014 as a consulting firm, focusing on the development of progressive public policy to impact positive change, advocacy training and leadership development.


Sherese Brewington-Carr
National Coalition of 100 Black Women


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