Sean P Dore,



Sean Dore has worked over 25 years in the health care industry with professional experience in managed care, emergency medical services and public health.  


For over the past 16 years he has worked for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) in multiple capacities.  Initially Sean worked in DPH’s Policy and Planning office where he worked on legislative and constituent issues.   For eight years he was the investigator for emergency medical services related complaints. For over three years before leaving DPH Sean was the Manager of the Intake Unit in the Division of Health Care Quality. The Intake Unit is responsible for the timely triaging and timely processing of the over 12,000 complaints /reports DPH receives on an annual basis about long term care facilities and hospitals.   


Sean earned a Master's Degree in Public Health from the Boston University School of Public Health. He also earned Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University. He was a graduate from Boston College High School and from the University of Massachusetts Boston.  Sean is currently working toward attaining a black belt in martial arts. He was certified as an emergency medical technician (EMT) both in Massachusetts and in Maine.  He was a CPR instructor for the American Heart Association.


Sean served as the President of the Autism Center of the South Shore and on the Commission of Disabilities in the Town of Braintree. He is still involved in disability related issues.


In recent years Sean has either managed or helped manage several successful fundraising events for organizations including the Autism Center of the South Shore, South Shore Supports Services and Braintree Special Needs Recreational Program.