Sergeant (Retired) Michael Sullivan

Sergeant (Retired) Michael Sullivan was ADA coordinator for the San Francisco Police Department, working to make facilities more accessible for people with disabilities.

Nominator: “After the ADA Coordinator for the San Francisco Police Department, Sgt. Sullivan did many things: making jails more accessible …; ensuring that  meeting rooms were accessible for public events; working tirelessly with the 911 call center to ensure that deaf callers had access and creating a TTY 911 training for young deaf children; supporting SFPD officers who needed accommodations to continue working. He was also responsible for establishing Crisis Intervention Training at the SF Police Academy, preparing officers to deal with situations involving individuals with mental health challenges.”

Drawn in pen with strong color washes, the head and shoulders of a man with dark hair, glasses, suit and tie in front of tree foliage.
Sergeant (Ret.) Michael Sullivan by Dimitri Ferentinos, pen, crayon and watercolor, 11 x 15 inches, 2019

IMAGE: Drawn in pen with strong color washes, the head and shoulders of a man with dark hair, glasses, suit and tie in front of tree foliage.

Dimitri Ferentinos from the Pomeroy Center is a fine artist who enjoys working in a various mediums. A self trained draughtsman who draws with the speed of lightning, he is an extremely independent, top-selling artist.