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May 18, 2022
 
Someone Else’s Child Appoints Christine Dixon as First ED
Christine Dixon
Christine Dixon

March 8, 2022 — Someone Else’s Child, a nonprofit based in Marblehead that seeks to enhance the lives of under resourced children and teens by cultivating programs that inform and empower them, recently announced it named Christine Dixon as its first executive director.

Before joining Someone Else’s Child (SEC), Dixon worked for Project Hope for 11 years, the last four as executive director. She joined the organization as supervisor of family services, before becoming director of housing and case management and deputy director before assuming the helm.

Earlier, she worked as a human services coordinator for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and as a mental health specialist for The Dimock Center.

Dixon earned a bachelor’s degree from College of the Holy Cross, a Master of Social Work degree from Boston University, and a certificate in nonprofit management and leadership from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University.

SEC supports children’s causes throughout the U.S. and in Africa, focusing on education, nutrition and health, mentoring, economic disparity, homelessness, and collaborative efforts with other child-focused non-profits.

A primary objective of SEC is to inspire and encourage children to become involved in their community and to actively participate in helping other children. To widen its impact, SEC collaborates with nonprofit organizations, foundations, schools, and community agencies.

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