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R Squared Insights and ConsultingPrincipal Consultant
Jan. 2022New York, New York, United States · RemoteProgram design, implementation and evaluation experts. Specializing in anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, client centered programming.
Today's Apparel IncOperations Director
May. 2011 - Aug. 2013Greater New York City AreaSupervise shipping, customer service and accounting departments by communicating job expectations, planning, monitoring and appraising job results. Effectively decreasing financial losses with respect to custoemer chargebacks by 80%. Stream lined and improved the shipping of all outbound orders with respect to flow and inventory control practices. Manage Customer relations, ensuring that the highest quality products and services are delivered to each customer. Facilitate continued compliance with individual client shipping requirements. Continuously implementing and supporting improvements within the organization with respect to performance, quality control, productivity, efficiency and cost reduction. Supervise and analyze order management processing from receipt of contract to shipment completion. Utilize monthly inventory reports to drive business and maximize movement of goods in conjunction with sales teams. Partner with production team to maintain on time status for all goods shipping from overseas.
Sep. 2022New York City Metropolitan Area · Remote💠Apricot and ETO Solution Design
💠Apricot and ETO Solution Architect
💠Apricot and ETO Managed Services 💠Apricot and ETO Administrator Train the Trainer and End User Training 💠ETO and Apricot Results Report Development 💠Data Migrations into ETO and Apricot 💠Project Management 💠Business Development
New York City Anti-Violence ProjectManager of Analytics and Evaluation
Jul. 2020 - Oct. 2022New York, New York, United States
New York City Anti-Violence ProjectManager of Analytics and Evaluation/Hotline Coordinator
Jul. 2017 - Jun. 2020New York, New York, United States
New York City Anti-Violence ProjectManager of Hotline and Data Systems
Jul. 2015 - Jul. 2017New York, New York, United StatesPRIMARY FUNCTIONS
The Manager of Hotline and Data Systems (“Manager”)is the primary Administrator for the Client Services (CS) department, with three key roles: 1) overseeing data systems within CS and as they intersect with other departments (e.g. Development, COPA, Legal, Finance, etc.) ; 2) overseeing operations of AVP’s 24-hour English/Spanish Hotline, including volunteer management and other systems, coordinating with COPA for training; and 3) overseeing all administrative and operational systems for CS operations, including maintaining department protocols.
New York State Department of HealthAdivsory Board Member
Oct. 2016 - Aug. 2021AIDS InstituteThe goal of the HAB is to implement a comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment planning body that provides an opportunity for integration, synergy, and efficiency in responding to jurisdictional needs and federal requirements. The HAB utilizes recommendations from the Governor’s Plan to End the Epidemic, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and the NYS Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan to guide discussions and create strategies. The HAB mission is centered around providing recommendations and guidance on service needs, affected populations and emerging issues related to HIV prevention, health care and supportive services throughout New York State. The HAB serves as a planning body to identify and address prevention and health care needs and gaps of persons living with, or affected by HIV, with an emphasis on linkage, retention and viral suppression. Appointments to the HAB ensure broad and diverse representation throughout New York State. The HAB's structure is comprised of four Co-Chairs: two Community Co-Chairs and two Governmental Co-Chairs. The Executive Committee and By-Laws Committee are charged with overall governance of the HAB. The HAB has five standing Committees that address HIV prevention, health care and supportive service needs. Each Committee reviews available epidemiological, evaluation, behavioral and social science, cost-effectiveness and needs assessment data to determine HIV needs and to make recommendations about how these needs can best be met.