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Mayor Sarno and HHS Commissioner Caulton-Harris welcome Mavis Nimoh, new CEO for Tapestry Health

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Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Health and Human Services (HHS) Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris and Chief of Staff Tom Ashe welcomed Mavis Nimoh, new CEO for Tapestry Health, and Chief Operations Operator Damaris Jones today. Nimoh previously served as the Executive Director of the Center for Health and Justice Transformation in Providence, RI, where she led a dedicated team of content experts in public health, physical and behavioral health, and the criminal legal system.

Mayor Sarno states, “Congratulations to Mavis Nimoh.  She is taking the reins of one of the region’s most important nonprofit organization.  Tapestry Health offers a diverse number of programs and initiatives focusing on public health and outreach services, emphasizing on health equity.  My administration looks forward to working with Mavis Nimoh and her dedicated team at Tapestry Health as we continue to work together to enhance the public health aspects of our community.”   

Tapestry, founded in 1973, has over 120 employees and offers a wide range of services including sexual and reproductive care, food and nutrition education, and harm reduction services, serving almost 20,000 people a year.  Headquartered in Springfield, it has offices on Center Street and Carlon Drive in Northampton, as well as in North Adams, Pittsfield, Greenfield and Holyoke.

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