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    4. Cheryl Bonacci

      Insightful and passionate COO and Consultant with expertise in communications, partnerships, and program evaluation


      Cheryl Bonacci is an accomplished Senior Executive and Consultant with more than 31 years of success across the entertainment, juvenile justice, criminal justice, and nonprofit industries. Leveraging extensive experience establishing change, she is a valuable advisor for an organization going through a cultural change and diversifying its employees. Her broad areas of expertise include leadership training and building, communications, and program evaluation.

      Throughout her executive career, Cheryl has held leadership positions with Bonacci Private Consulting, Creative Acts, Prison Arts Collective, and Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative.

      2018 - Present

      Independent Consultant - Bonacci Private Consulting

      Bonacci Private Consulting

      • Consulted with nonprofit organizations to aid in building infrastructures, nonprofit development, and business expansion
      • Aid HR teams on creating employment pathways for individuals with a criminal record

      2018 - Present

      Chief Operating Officer - Creative Acts

      Creative Acts

      • Developed programming inside prisons to teach and train people on how to work in institutional settings with virtual reality
      • Used action-driven conversation to implement collaborative change for diverse community partners and stakeholders through

      2016 - Present

      Board Member - Prison Arts Collective

      Prison Arts Collective

      • Advised on making decisions between academic institutions and a nonprofit direct service provider
      • Navigated expansion from one prison to seven prisons

      2013 - Present

      Board Member - Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative

      Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative

      • Implemented transformational work through spiritual initiatives and programming inside institutions
      • Developed retreats for criminals serving lengthy sentences
      • Worked with partners and donors to understand and support the work provided to criminal institutions

      I’m Available To Advise On The Following Subjects

      Social Networking

      Program Evaluation



      Nonprofit infrastructure and program development

      Marginalized and diverse populations

      Building diversity and inclusion within the workplace

      Establishing infrastructure or business expansion