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Thomas Dabertin

President and Owner

Shared Resource Solutions Inc

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Shared Resource Solutions Inc

5246 Hohman Ave Suite 303

Hammond, Indiana,46320

United States

Company Description

Founded by Thomas Dabertin, MBA, Northwest Indiana's only Certified Management Consultant & Certified Professional Consultant to Management(CMC & CPCM), Shared Resource Solutions serves the Greater Chicagoland area. In a competitive economy, your people make...more

Background Information

Employment History


Code Enforcement Reorganization Plan

Town Manager

Town of Cedar Lake

Director of Operations; Acting Director of Administration

Museum of Science and Industry


Challenger Learning Center

Board Member

The City of Whiting

Board Member

Lake Area United Way Inc

Board of Trustees Member

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2015 Lake Area United Way Board of Trustees | Lake Area United Way [cached]

Mr. Thomas Dabertin
Shared Resource Solutions

Challenger Learning Center of NWI offers space science education thru STEM, planetarium & laser shows for youth & adults. [cached]

Thomas Dabertin, Owner, Shared Resources Solutions, INC

I hope this clarifies the $90,000 a year plus expenses Mr. Dabertin receives.
I sure wouldn't wish to besmirch Mr. Dabertin's professional reputation! Reply CityHall Report Abuse CityHall - February 19, 2013 2:15 pm Winston, my earlier quote about Mr. Dabertin needs clarification. Follow is the Times Article. It appears Mr. Dabertin's overall services run $90,000 plus expenses. Robertsdale-based Shared Resource Solutions Inc. and its president, Thomas Dabertin, will be paid $90,000 plus expenses for 2007 through an agreement approved on Thursday by the Board of Public Works and Safety. The company will work on risk-management issues, collaborative projects between city departments, efficiency activities and negotiations with unionized workers, among other projects. The contract renewal is a hike over the firm's 2006 agreement with the city for $86,000 plus expenses. "Tom Dabertin has been here for us since day one," Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. said Thursday. McDermott credited Dabertin with developing and implementing the College Bound scholarship program, through which the children of homeowners in the city can receive up to $30,000 toward a four-year undergraduate degree at an Indiana college. The new contract calls for Dabertin to oversee the city's safety program and assist on risk-management issues including its health insurance plan. His firm will also work on educational issues besides College Bound, foremost among them plans for a proposed charter school for high-performing students to be located in the downtown area. Dabertin, a former Cedar Lake town manager and assistant to the Crown Point School Corp. superintendent, formed Shared Resource Solutions in 2001 and provides services to a variety of public and private sector clients.

"It's so important to change the perception of schools and of Hammond," said Tom Dabertin, of Shared Resources Solutions Inc., a management consultant who heads the study."Many people are fine with Hammond's elementary schools, but move out when children reach middle and high schools.Those students will be the best and most positive way to demonstrate the magnet schools."The downtown Hammond location would be used because of its proximity to the hospital, Towle Theater, the business incubator, and more."That way the business community can help kids learn," Dabertin said."Just imagine 600 students, their parents and faculty ... what having all those people around could do to downtown Hammond."Dabertin explained that a magnet school is part of a school system, not a private learning facility like a charter or lab school.While no property tax dollars would be used to start the facility, funding for the school's operating costs would have to be evaluated.He was also unsure of how the opening of another school would affect Hammond's current consolidation plan to save money by reducing the number of school buildings.But because it would be part of the school system, the School Board is expected to vote on whether to go on with the third phase, the actual planning of the school, in early 2006."Many good things are happening in Hammond's schools," Dabertin said."Businesses come here and they are looking for a well-educated work force," Dabertin said.

Northwest Indiana News: - City may create building code department [cached]

The latest round of discussions on the issue were held Tuesday at a Council of the Whole meeting, where the architect of the Code Enforcement Reorganization Plan, Tom Dabertin of Shared Resource Solutions Inc., gave details of the plan and answered questions from council members and the public. Currently, building code enforcement is carried out by several city departments with no central authority.Therefore, someone cited for a violation by the Building Department might also receive a citation from, say, the Fire Department. While the fire and health departments will maintain their own inspectors, a new department will be created that will strictly concern itself with code enforcement matters.The department would employ six inspectors, with two assigned to each of three sectors in the city. The sixth inspector would remain under the Health Department budget, but he or she would service the Building Code Department nine months out of the year, with the other three months dedicated to food establishment licensure matters. Dabertin said the emphasis will not be on issuing more citations, but educating the "do-it-yourselfers" about what are acceptable and unacceptable home improvement techniques.Furthermore, the inspectors will be responsible for providing information to senior citizens, the disabled, the economically disadvantaged and anyone else about loan and grant programs to help them improve their properties and bring them into compliance. Essentially, issuing a citation will be the last resort, and the inspectors will be expected to serve with compassion, Dabertin said. He noted that it's not really senior citizens or the poor who aren't keeping up their properties, but many absentee landlords who routinely flaunt the law. Councilman McKinley Nutall, D-3rd, said he had reservations about the plan, saying the success of the department will hinge on the person selected for the positions. The inspector positions will pay in the range of $26,000 to $30,000, with the department carrying an approximately $150,000 annual budget, Dabertin said.The budget would be reduced by transferring inspectors currently serving other city departments.

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