Annual Providers’ Council Leadership Forum Featuring Attorney General of the Commonwealth Maura Healey

Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont Street, First Floor, Boston, MA 02108

Join the Council and Attorney General Maura Healey at a
luncheon forum to learn about her office’s work on:

• Services to people with disabilities and immigrants;
• Student loan debt crisis and implications;
• Public health issues like vaping and opioids; and
• Other issues impacting the human services sector.

The event is co-hosted by the Suffolk University Institute for
Public Service, the Moakley Center for Public Management and
the Human Services Providers Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Maura Healey was sworn in as Attorney General on January 21, 2015, pledging to lead the People’s Law Firm.

Since taking office, Healey has tackled issues touching the lives of residents across Massachusetts including the rights of people with disabilities, the heroin and prescription drug abuse epidemic, escalating health care costs, workers’ rights and student loan costs. She has focused on strengthening consumer protections and improving our criminal justice system.

Building on her promise to run an office that serves people across the state, Healey launched the Community Engagement Division in May 2015. The first-of-its kind division has assisted with the rollout of several policy initiatives, including the Earned Sick Time law and Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights.

This event will take place on Wednesday, January 22nd from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Suffolk University Law School. Please register for this luncheon forum by Tuesday, January 14th. All checks must be payable to the Human Services Providers Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Special accommodations needed? Contact Eliza Adams at or 508.598.9700 before January 7th.


Member price: $58
Non-member price: $90