Moving On Up!

02.10.21

Fast Fact: In 2020, we filled 63 staff positions, and 19% of them were through internal transfers and promotions! We love and encourage internal hires —your moves up and over are our #1 recruitment source, followed by Indeed, LinkedIn and staff referrals.

Here are a few of the movers and shakers among us who have recently ventured into new roles. See what they are looking forward to most about their new positions.


Adrienne Burgess-Bromley, LBSW—Case Management Coordinator (December 7, 2020)

Previously Lead Case Manager, Case Manager & Education Specialist and Adherence Prevention Specialist

"Case managers are charged with addressing many  socioeconomic factors. As Case Management Coordinator, I’m looking forward to leading my team in effectively addressing these barriers to care. I’m also excited about working with other disciplines to provide quality health care solutions customized to our clients' specific individual needs."

 

Iesha Carr—Client Access Associate II (December 19, 2020)

Previously Client Access Associate I

"I love that I can be more helpful to my team as a whole. I am able to better serve the clients, and the departments I serve."

 

Julia Davis, RN—Lead Registered Nurse (November 23, 2020)

Previously Registered Nurse

"I love the people I get to work with in medical, both staff and patients. The medical team cares so much and works so hard to take care of our patients. I’m really excited to continue working with these amazing people to help keep our patients healthy during these tough times."

 

Tracy Russell, RN—Director of Performance Improvement (January 18, 2021)

Previously Lead Population Health Nurse, Population Health Nurse, PCMH Nurse Coordinator and Registered Nurse

 “I’m excited about partnering with staff to improve the quality of care for our clients.  While I was involved in this work as a pop health nurse, I’m excited about working on broader goals and supporting staff in becoming positive change agents.”

Kellie Dress, LCSW-C—Supportive Housing Coordinator (January 18, 2021)

Previously Lead Therapist Case Manager

"Since starting here at Health Care for the Homeless last spring, I have been constantly amazed and inspired by the work being done by the Housing team. I am motivated by my colleagues’ compassion and dedication in their service to our clients. They have supported our clients through immense adversities—including a pandemic! I feel privileged to be able to continue partnering with the team in doing this crucial work and to take on more responsibility in Housing."
 

Laura Garcia, CRNP—Sr. Medical Director-Fallsway (February 15, 2021)

Previously Director of Adult Medicine and Medical Provider

"It really has been an honor to work at Health Care for the Homeless for the last 6 years. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to work with our phenomenal staff as well as with our incredible and resilient patients in the adult medical clinic. I am excited to continue that work in my new expanded role!"

Tyler Gray, MD—Sr. Medical Director-Community Sites (January 4, 2021)

Previously Medical Director, West Baltimore and Medical Provider

"I’m looking forward to expanding my work to improve access to Health Care for the Homeless services to people experiencing homelessness throughout the city through our community site clinics and the mobile van. I’m also really excited to expand my role with the convalescent care program, to continue to improve and expand the care we provide to some of the most vulnerable members of our community."

Audrey Kelly, LCSW-C—Lead Therapist Case Manager (January 18, 2021)

Previously Therapist Case Manager

"I’m looking forward to helping my team unleash our collective power, create solutions, and put clients front and center in our work. Housing is Health Care! I’m glad to be part of a team doing such life-affirming work."

Eddie Martin, Jr. —Sr. Director of Equity and Engagement (January 4, 2021)

Previously Director of Engagement

"My new position affords me the opportunity to fully support our agency in ushering in a race equity culture for the Health Care for Homeless community as a whole – including our clients, staff members, and Board of Directors alike. Although this work will serve as a multiyear endeavor and requires daily learning and growth, we as an agency have a responsibility to lean into this work as it will contribute to improving the life outcomes of not only clients, but also of our stakeholders connected to the work. The road will be challenging, however, 'if there is no struggle, there is no progress…Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will (Frederick Douglass, 1857).'"

 

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