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Bruce Fisher

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Bruce Fisher

Executive Director
Huckleberry Youth Programs Inc.
Expertise: 
health promotion and outreach for adolescents in San Francisco and Marin counties
crisis intervention
drug and alcohol abuse
physical and sexual abuse
teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections
social welfare and educational and juvenile justice

Biography

Bruce Fisher is executive director of Huckleberry Youth Programs Inc., an outreach program that seeks to engage adolescents and their families in San Francisco and Marin counties in a comprehensive array of quality services addressing prevention and health promotion, crisis intervention, stabilization and growth. Fisher is a graduate of the University of Washington, where he earned his B.A. in history followed by a J.D. at Harvard Law School. Mr. Fisher came to Huckleberry Youth Programs (HYP) as project director in 1985 and became executive director in 1988. With 20 years of experience in administrative and fiscal management as a social policy analyst, Mr. Fisher is responsible for overall administration and development for HYP. Prior to HYP, he worked for Urban and Rural Systems Associates, directing national studies and evaluations in the areas of children, youth, and family policy. In addition to his work at HYP, Mr. Fisher is the cofounder and co-chair of the Human Services Network, an organization of over 80 nonprofit agencies that provide health and social services in San Francisco.

3310 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco  California  94118
United States
Office Phone: 
(415) 668-2622
Office Fax: 
(415) 668-0631

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