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Human Services Administration

 A dedicated, focused and flexible Administrator with focused business acumen to meet any challenge in budget and program oversight in assisting individuals to improve their physical challenges and reach their full potential. Expert in Case Management with HIV/AIDS individuals with proven ability to access client needs.
 Oversee all program budget initiatives, successfully working with government and business leaders, and assuring state regulatory compliance.
 Experienced in program utilization and case management from beginning to end, able to analyze and forecast any budgetary issues affecting community based program. Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Internet, E-mail, Access , and Advanced Research System.


 Program Management
 Team Coordination
 Incident Management
 Multicultural
 Regulatory Compliance
 Conflict Resolution
 Budget Management
 Staff Training/Management
 Strategic Relationships


State Of Maryland–Department of Disabilities, Baltimore, MD 2009-Present
Program Manager – Attendant Care Program
 Manage all administrative aspects of $2M State funded Human Service program for individuals with physical disabilities, verifying program budget that ensures state regulatory compliance for Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) guidelines, policies, and procedures.
 Key analyses and forecast of budgetary issues affecting the program to ensure efficient appropriation of funds for community based program.
 Track program utilization, enrollment, and attrition to denote effective utilization of program budget.
 Oversee all requests for information and applications to the program, and process program applications based on eligibility requirements, program policies, and regulatory compliance guidelines.

State of Maryland–Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Baltimore, MD 1996-2009
Rare and Expensive Case Management Program
The Rare and Expensive Case Management Program (REM) is a federal and state funded program intended to help medically fragile children reach their highest level of functioning capability.
Program Manager, 2007 -2009
 Manage day-to-day administration of Maryland Medicaid School Based Program, and accurately interpreted application of Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) and other state and federal requirements that governed the Medicaid School Based Program.
 Liaison to school stakeholders, auditors, and other state officials to explain detailed budget and forecasting initiatives.
 Conducted critical site visits to monitor schools compliance with applicable program rules, laws, and regulations when administering health related services to students with Medicaid.
 Supervised detailed audits on student charts to determine Medicaid compliance, analyze findings, and complete summary report of findings
Quality Improvement Coordinator, 1999-2007
 Monitored and evaluated program activities and performance, and compliance of sub-contractors to ensure program regulations, goals, and objectives were met.
 Conducted vigilant sub-contractors evaluations: reviewed files to ensure clients received appropriate medical, social, and legal services and case managers followed through appropriately.
 Reviewed billing, contact sheets, and quarterly reports of sub-contractors, and provided written feedback to agency for each client monitored.
 Provided detailed monthly reports to medical directors that summarized numbers, issues, and services provided; compiled quarterly breakdown of statistical data using case management tool and reporting modules that obtained specific criteria and information (Advanced Research System).

HIV/AIDS Coordinator, 1999-2009
 Provided key representation for REM program at monthly meetings of state representatives from clinics, health department, medical, and others providing services to HIV/AIDS clients; served as state contact and coordinator for HIV/AIDS REM clients, and liaison to sub-grantees.
Social Work Consultant, 1997-1999
 Collaborated with REM nurse to provide high-profile and special cases that required additional intensive individual attention.
 Collected data and aided in transition to computerized system: utilized case management expertise to ensure new system provided all necessary and relevant data and ease-of-use for case workers.
Case Manager, 1996-1997
 Coordinated medically appropriate, high quality, and cost effective care for “at risk” patients in the Maryland Medical Assistance program, and assessed needs and assisted caseload of 30 enrollees to gain access and appropriately utilization of health care system.
 Strategically reduced inappropriate use of emergency room, calculated savings monthly, and compiled cost containment reports that effectively demonstrated cost-cutting initiatives without sacrificing service.

Homemaker Health Aide Service, Washington, D.C. 1993-1996
Case Manager
 Provided critical counseling to medically fragile elderly and disabled clients, and successfully provided access to quality home care services for caseload of 50 clients.
 Supervised, trained, and scheduled team of 20 homemakers rendering direct care to clients, and successfully assessed service needs, matching clients with homemakers.
 Conducted routine site visits that determined how well homemakers met client needs

Early Career:
Qualified Mental Retardation Professional – English & Condray, Silver Spring, MD
Case Manager – Lutheran Social Services, Washington, D.C.

B.S.W. – Salem State College, Salem MA

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