NORTH ADAMS — BFAIR recently welcomed Tami Minck as Quality Assurance facilitator and Human Rights coordinator.
Minck started her career as a direct support professional working in a residential program in Rhode Island and has since worked in a variety of roles, including as a residential director, program coordinator, and most recently as the director of Data Analytics and Quality Enhancement for Seven Hills Foundation in Worcester.
Her professional experiences include serving on human-rights committees (HRCs) and volunteering as the HRC chair for a provider agency in Rhode Island for many years.
Minck received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Rhode Island and holds a master’s degree in data analytics from Southern New Hampshire University.
“Tami’s primarily responsible to ensure the delivery of quality supports and services, ensuring regulations are being met, and adherence to CARF/QUEST standards,” said Erin Shea, vicde president of Quality Compliance. “As Quality Assurance facilitator, she will be performing program visits to assess all activities, programs, and plans to ensure current services align with BFAIR’s mission and values, reflect national accreditation standards, as well as managing all aspects of Home and Community Services Information System.”