CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. – Public health advocate Deborah Faith, MPH has joined the board of the Central Falls Detention Facility Corporation, which oversees the Donald W. Wyatt Detention Facility.
«We are very pleased to welcome someone with a public health background to the board of the Central Falls Detention Facility Corporation,» said board Chairman James Lombardi III, Esq. CPA. «Deborah’s public health experience and knowledge will be a tremendous resource as we oversee the Wyatt and continue to ensure the facility provides appropriate medical care to detainees.»
«I am pleased to be joining the board of the Central Falls Detention Facility Corporation and putting my public health background to use in our role overseeing the Wyatt,» said Deborah Faith, MPH. «Detainees deserve a safe and secure facility with access to appropriate medical care and wellness services. I look forward to working with Chairman Lombardi and my fellow board members, and I thank Mayor James Diossa for appointing me to this public service opportunity.»
Deborah Faith holds a Master of Public Health degree from the New England Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Saint Anselm College. She is currently serving as a contract-based Retirement Benefits Analyst with the Employees Retirement System of Rhode Island. Deborah is also a long-time wellness coach, including directing the Central Falls Mill City Runners group.