Shannon Singleton-Banks is a native of Berkeley, CA. She has 20 plus years of professional experience developing and implementing programs for young adults across Bay Area Counties. Shannon is a leader with a passion for knowledge in communicating goals with a wide range of multidisciplinary teams and stakeholders. She’s an accomplished leader in coaching, program management, and evaluation. As a Public Health Educator and Program Services Coordinator, Shannon has worked for Alameda County Behavioral Health for more than 15 years. She holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH). Her hobbies include traveling, hosting parties, spending time with her 10-month-old granddaughter, and dancing. As an African-American mother of three young adult daughters, Shannon possesses copious knowledge in working with transitioning populations.