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Documented disease/condition-specific health profiles for multiple counties in, NJ using secondary data available online to provide an overall health profile.
Created a regional cancer report combining individual reports for Morris and surrounding counties to provide a larger picture of cancer needs and services for the county.
Developed numerous funding proposals for substance abuse treatment and mental health services
Successful proposal funded by the State of NJ for substance abuse treatment ($300,000 intensive outpatient treatment and outpatient treatmen
Developed funding proposal narrative submitted to the Office of Women’s Health (Federal Grant Program) for the Tapestry Program to increase, improve and coordinate health-related support service delivery to incarcerated and newly released women.
Developed funding proposal narrative for the Youth of Promise Coalition focusing on violence, social isolation, stigma, instability and prevention of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases will encourage collaboration among a wide base of Southwest Philadelphia service providers.
Designed and implemented feasibility study for small non-profit organization for development of activities and management practices to improve financial situation of the organization. Made recommendations for next steps to secure financial viability of organization.
Analyzed incidence, mortality, staging and prevalence data with Epi Info.
Created, assembled and edited cancer reports including need assessment data, cancer information by county and an implementation plan for changes associated with need assessment findings.
Developed and presented research to multiple stakeholders to form the basis for Counties’ strategic planning efforts.
Weed and Seed is a crime-reduction effort of private and public agencies supported by the U.S. Department of Justice where police "weed" the neighborhood of drug abuse and violence and creating lasting change by “seeding” the community with alternatives to criminal activities.
Conducted 30 one-hour interviews as part of a process evaluation of participants in the Weed & Seed program.
Analyzed biannual reports for evaluation purposes to identify program’s success in meeting its objectives.
Developed three boiler-plate proposal narratives for VAW program.
Assisted with focus groups for family planning clients and providers.
USCA is the largest annual HIV/AIDS meeting in the United States. This conference strengthens the domestic community-based response to HIV/AIDS by bringing together professionals from across the country to learn new skills and build partnerships and collaborations. In 2004, there were 3,000 attendees.
Directed the activities of 100-person host committee including fundraising, event planning and all communications.
Recruited, scheduled, trained and supervised 200 volunteers.
Designed and administered post conference attendee evaluation and produced final report on conference evaluation in conjunction with the National Minority AIDS Council.