He is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He was the vice president for health affairs and professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at East Tennessee State University. Franks has served as chair of the Liaison Committee of Medical Education, the governing council of the section on medical schools of the American Medical Association and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education. Parker graduated from the University of Alabama in with an Honors degree in Biology.
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Frank has conducted research and written in the areas of literacy coalitions, sociology of work, and student affairs.
Frank oversees and monitors the grantmaking process and conducts research on issues or concerns of importance to the community. She is a graduate of the University of Waterloo in Environmental Studies.
Her long and varied career has provided a depth of experience in the the public sector in both provincial and federal environment agencies; private sector in consulting and as a business owner; and more recently, in the not-for-profit sector at the Foundation where the CIW was incubated.
Her interest is in connecting people and wellbeing initiatives for broader impact. Her office works to increase access to relevant, high-quality data and build capacity and skills for using those data to improve services, inform Board of directors and associate professor, and solve problems.
Working with City staff, nonprofits, community partners, and neighborhood leaders, she makes data and information easier to find, easier to understand, and easier to use. Her office maintains the Quality of Life Explorer, a tool that tracks neighborhood-level indicators of community character and wellbeing.
For over 25 years, his work has emphasized measuring and improving public services and engaging citizens. Wray was a court monitor for institutional reforms and deinstitutionalization for persons with developmental disabilities in Minnesota.
He headed developmental disabilities services in Newfoundland and Labrador as well as outcomes measurement in the Minnesota Human Services Department. Wray also helped to develop, bring a new strategic community focus to public health QI.
He teaches graduate courses in service outcomes, e-government, and public service reform. Hruby, PhD acts as the management firm, and is the past Executive Director, of Truckee Meadows Tomorrow TMTknown for its nonprofit, grassroots approach to quality of life measurement and improvement in northern Nevada.
TMT was recognized with the first Community Indicators Consortium Innovation Award insponsored by the Brookings Institution Urban Markets Initiative, for its innovative engagement approach to identify indicators, measure and report trends, recognize positive outcomes through a community-wide Accentuate the Positive celebration, and for community capacity-building through collaborative compacts.
Karen also provides a range of nonprofit planning, management and research consulting services for organizations undergoing change. Prior to establishing her consulting firm inshe held several executive-level positions in the utility industry and has been on the faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno.
She was employed with the Annie E. Casey Foundation sincefirst as a full-time consultant and beginning in as a Senior Associate. Areas of expertise are in data collection, particularly using federal and state data sources, Results-Based Accountability, designing and administering questionnaires for surveys, demographic analyzes, and evaluation.
She has considerable experience helping non-profit organizations with strategic planning; establishing partnerships; and collecting and using data for decision making and community capacity building.
Lester King specializes in sustainable development planning and the development of context sensitive solutions for urban development. He is a certified and skilled planner with experience in community development; master planning, transportation planning, and sustainability planning.
He has conducted extensive research on developing sustainability indicators and contributed to several local, national and international efforts to develop sustainability planning systems. Lee is committed to developing the capacity of community organizations and community leaders to become more informed consumers of data.
She has led a national initiative funded by the Office of Minority Health to test a framework to develop community collaboration around the use and sharing of data to inform strategies to end health disparities and a guide to help community-based organizations use and compile social determinants of health data to tell the story of their needs and proposed solutions.
She is developing a handbook to teach community organizations how to be better informed consumers of evaluation and data. She also has published and presented about working in racially, culturally, and linguistically diverse communities.
Lee is recipient of the award for Distinguished Contributions to Practice in Community Psychology. She has worked on projects to assess the impact on local environments due to habitat and climate change, bringing together stakeholders with different interests and working towards showing the benefits for each group to ensure a mutually satisfactory outcome.
Her strong work ethic, indicator and management skills make her well suited for the job of managing the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association program for Manitoba and guiding her team to achieve the target of recovering 75 per cent of beverage containers sold in Manitoba.
Her passion for the environment comes from her love of the outdoors and her own desire to ensure that she leaves a positive legacy for her young daughter.
Formerly a community lawyer and political adviser, Mike has worked extensively over 30 years in the measurement of progress and wellbeing; democracy, social justice and human rights; community engagement and development; and strategic public policy. His work has included research, writing, broadcasting, teaching, policy and strategic development and community organisation with bodies including: She oversees the All-In Cities initiative, which equips city officials, community advocates, and other civic leaders with policy ideas, data, and hands-on assistance to advance racial economic inclusion and equitable growth.
She also manages the research partnership between PolicyLink and the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity PERE at the University of Southern California, which provides community leaders with data and analysis to make the case that equity is both a moral imperative and the key to sustainable economic prosperity.Associate Professor or Professor of Nursing WellStar School of Nursing Kennesaw State University is now accepting applications for a twelve-month, tenure track Associate Professor or Professor of Nursing and Associate Director faculty position in the WellStar School of .
David Karpf is an associate professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at the George Washington University. His work focuses on strategic communication practices of political associations in America, with a particular interest in Internet-related strategies.
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Rob Phillips is the inventor and founder of Uscom Limited and took the Company to public listing in Rob has more than 13yrs experience as Chairman and .
The Board of Directors of OSI consists of the following people (in alphabetical order of last name, except the OSI president is listed first): Simon Phipps - President Simon Phipps is a digital economy specialist and founder of Public Software CIC and Meshed Insights Ltd. Associate Director (Director of Research), MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics Monica Peek, MD, is an Assistant Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Chicago where she provides clinical care, teaches and does health services research in the area of health disparities.