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Deneen Barriere

Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist
Deneen Barriere is a vocational rehabilitation specialist
with a diverse professional background. Her career
began to take off with her two-year position in
Wiesbaden, Germany, and it continued to steadily rise
with her position in Arizona after returning to the
United States.
Deneen Barriere began her career in 2002, where she
volunteered in Wiesbaden, Germany, as a family
support assistant. She worked with the 221st BSB
Wiesbaden Airfield in Family Readiness between the
years of 2002 and 2004. In 2003, she received a 221st
BSB Volunteer Service Coin to acknowledge her
dedication to helping others, and she still values the
experience that she received abroad.

Deneen Barriere
University of Maryland University College

Deneen Barriere is an experienced vocational rehabilitation supervisor and counselor
team leader with ServiceSource, for which she has worked since 2012. Her career
dates to her first position in 2002, which was during her stay in Wiesbaden, Germany.
She moved to Germany after her graduation from the University of Maryland
University college with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Psychology.

Deneen Barriere
Counselor Experience
Deneen Barriere is a vocational rehabilitation supervisor
who has more than a decade of counseling and
rehabilitation experience. She presently works with
ServiceSource in her hometown of Miami, Florida, as a
vocational rehabilitation supervisor and counselor team
leader. She also has counseling experience from
positions with the State of Florida, the Fellowship
House in Miami, Florida, and from other roles dating
back to 2002.

Deneen Barriere
Multiple Awards

Deneen Barriere is a vocational rehabilitation specialist with experience
beginning in 2002. She was born and raised in Miami, Florida, and she still
works in the area. As a respected rehabilitation professional, Barriere has
received the Vocational Rehabilitation Sapphire Award for Production on two
separate occasions – once in 2011 and once in 2012 – to commend her efforts
in the field.

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