Local fan favorite and award-winning police officer, Michelle Palladini
Michelle Palladini is widely respected for her law enforcement expertise, and commitment to the care and protection of children, and even more loved for her unrelenting positivism, passion, and dedication to the community. A strong proponent of community policing, and “building villages” to instill, nurture and foster a strong, fundamental support for children, her zeal for bettering the lives of others took on an amazing life of its own. She was inspired to develop the L.E.A.P. (Leadership, Empowerment, Awareness, Protection) Program in 2013, which offers a solution-focused method for connecting the police with the schools and parents as a pathway to children’s success in four areas: happiness, health, safety, and resilience.
[/audio Public service ties together two family threads for Jake. On his dad’s side, it’s a tradition dating back to the Roosevelt and Kennedy administrations. On his mom’s side, it’s an obligation: a way to give back to a country that not only welcomed, but invested in, a family of poor Jewish refugees. After graduating […]
Click link below to listen: Chris Sullivan grew up in North Attleboro, MA. He was always involved in athletics In high school, he was the captain of the football, basketball & track teams. He generally made great choices and with that came many offers for a full football scholarship to college. He chose Boston College, […]