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The Sheridan Group average salary is $39,638, median salary is $38,168 with a salary range from $38,147 to $42,598.
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Accountant 38,147-42,598 Los Angeles, CA, 90001 2010 The Sheridan Group Accountant Salaries (3)
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  • The Sheridan Group Ltd
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Washington Dc, DC
  • The Sheridan Group developed a strategic plan for Housing Works that involved obtaining federal funding for homeless people with HIV/AIDS. The implementation of this plan on the federal and state level has resulted in Housing Works becoming the largest provider in the world of services to homeless people with HIV/AIDS. The Carter Center approached The Sheridan Group to design a plan for US assistance in the eradication of polio. The resulting proposal to secure $100 million over ten years is now being implemented by The Carter Center, Rotary, and coalition of public health organizations. Other clients who have benefited from