Close Close Preview

Your amazing online presence is right this way.

Create your profile
Capture who you are, what you do, and where you're going. All in one place.

Courtney Mark Grey

Courtney Mark Grey

Program Manager, Men’s Health Program

Boston Public Health Commission

Dorchester, MA

Message
MENU ☰

Boston Public Health Commission

Director, Trauma Response and Recovery

Deliver individual and group interventions to hundreds of clients annually In Boston and the state of Massachusetts.. Direct service delivery for high impact incidents including: The Wardman Road fire, Harlem Street multiple shooting, Woolson Road/Mattapan multiple shooting, Marathon Bombing/Neighborhood House Charter School, Codman Academy suicide on premise. Train and support several citywide multicultural teams of partners certified in disaster behavioral health services in school and community settings. Manage over 20 incidents impacting over 500 clients annually following Incident Command System structures. Collaborate closely with First Responder agencies, health centers and hospitals incident assessment, planning, deployment, and cohort follow-up. Serve as a trainer of trainers for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration's (SAMHSA) National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) in Psychological First Aid.

Career medium 02
Career
Career medium 06

Boston Public Health Commission

Director, Youth Development Network

Developed a case management program for urban youth and families as part of a city-wide service system. Managed a $1M budget and a staff of 9. Co-developed data collections system to manage client progress. Led outreach activities in schools and community programs. Co-led door-knocking and related community organizing efforts to shape programming. Maintained a rolling case load of over 350 clients. Organized trainings on youth development, trauma, and best practices for staff and city agency partners

Career

Boston Public Health Commission

Program Manager, Men’s Health

Directed Boston's Men’s Health Coalition comprised of community leaders, providers, and men to address the male under-utilization of mainstream health services and primary care. Focussed on stressors experienced of young men of color who were over-represented in violent victimization and perpetration. Presented nationally on Black male health issues and outcomes. Created the Barber Network of 70 shops that each week collectively reached 7000 men to promote and deliver health services and screenings. Worked with men to create a young men’s health agenda that included issues of incarceration, penetrating intentional injury, lost years of life due to chronic disease, homelessness, substance abuse, and relationships. Piloted community-based trauma response and recovery practices based on disaster behavioral health models and served incidents of community violence, homicide funerals, including the Carter Playground incident, and Katrina shelter at Otis Air Force Base.

Career medium 03
Career
Career medium 04

Boston University School of Medicine

Research Program Manager, National Institute of Mental Health Research

Conducted qualitative research on Black male victims of violent crimes as part of a National Institute of Mental Health study totaling over 100 young men. Identified, qualified and tracked potential participants. Informed participants of study parameters and overall risks and benefits to the community and themselves. Used semi-structured interviews and survey instruments that captured data on symptoms of traumatic stress, PTSD, depression, substance abuse, and community violence exposure. Worked closely with Internal Review Board ensuring ethical treatment of human subjects. Utilized qualitative analysis methods to determine themes o: violent exposure, gang involvement, relationships to fathers, as well as their recommendations on improving their own lives, their families and communities. Generated reports and wrote grant applications. Presented at numerous (inter)national conferences and co-authored publications on research findings.

Career

ROCA, Inc.

Program Coordinator, Arts and Culture

Led arts programming serving multicultural youth particularly from Central and South America, as well as Cambodia Vietnam, Bosnia, and Serbia. Managed and coordinated several outside and internal instructors to deliver classes and workshops. Created performance troupe for Capoeira Angola that received radio and press coverage; appeared nationally in Washington, DC in an international Afro-Brazilian Cultural Encounter; and helped Chelsea win the 1999 All America City award in Mobile, AL. Coordinated performances with Break Dance, Salsa, Merengue, and Capoeira such as: WJMN's MixFext ‘98 with an audience of over 10,000; and First Night 2000’s Millennium Soul Celebration which featured 14 performances, over 30 performers and was produced by youth. Co-produced cultural/community events such as: the International Dance and Drum Celebration, smoking-prevention events, and several cultural community building events. Convened several community healing ceremonies in the immediate aftermath of traumatic events such as domestic violence homicides, and multi-alarm fires. Utilized arts, expeditionary learning, and mentorship to help gang-involved youth transform their lives. Presented Master instructors from Brazil, Cuba, and other countries.

Career medium 04
Career
Career medium 06

Citizens For Safety

Audience Development Consultant

Assisted with the Hands Not Guns gun buyback program. Helped several arts and other not for profit organizations develop multicultural audiences for otherwise homogeneous organizations. Utilized electronic and social engagement strategies to overcome psychological and geographic separation. Developed a 4,000 person database of diverse members w who's combined annual event attendance exceeded 3,000 patrons annually. Utilized traditional and indigenous arts including martial arts and meditation to help gang involved youth in Lawrence, MA and elsewhere transform their lives and foster community building and healing.

Career

Open Software Foundation

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Interoperability Technologies

Developed and executed a Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) sales/marketing plan to meet $4M worldwide revenue objective. Developed business plan for international markets. Managed product development and distribution channel relationships with: IBM, HP, DEC, Apple, Novell, Sun, Microsoft, Sony, NEC, Hitachi, AT&T, and others. Formulated pricing strategies and negotiated contracts. Developed and executed press/consultant campaigns. Determined and met customer requirements to improve product adoption rates. Consulted with customers on product policies and pilot projects. Presented product strategy to key national/international customers, industry standards bodies, and partners. Participated in the development of a strategic roadmap and prepared competitive analyses. Planed product functionality, packaging, and pricing. Maintained relationship with industry analysts and consultants. Developed and managed the first Interoperability Testing/Certification program for OSF's Distributed Computing Products. Served as a corporate spokesperson for interoperability. Led requirements definition process and managed an interoperability workgroup of over 60 customers, ISVs, vendors, and consultants. Developed common core functionality to enable client-server paradigm.

Career medium 06
Career
Career medium 06

International Business Machines, Inc.

Large Account Marketing Representative, Health Industry

Maintained $5.2M annual revenue objective in Boston Health Industry Market revenue. Managed territory of metropolitan Boston health institutions. Served as consultant to hospital CEO/CIOs and department directors. Advised on critical applications to improve patient care including backup to natural and man-made disasters. Served as liaison to development laboratories and 3rd party partners to develop industry specific solutions and use of current/emerging technology. Designed hospital Executive Information Systems, vertical health industry solutions, and networking, mainframe, and personal computer solutions. Designed strategies for health institutions to incorporate workstations solutions

Career

International Business Machines, Inc.

Marketing Support Specialist, Software and Personal Computing

Maintained $3M annual revenue objective in US Market revenue. Designed/Implemented marketing strategies for US End User Software Markets. Designed/Negotiated compensation/incentive packages. Trained Senior Marketing Representatives, industry consultants. Served as Marketing Liaison to internal and external development laboratories. Responsible for software and 3rd party application partners and sales on mainframe and personal computing platforms.

Career medium 06
Career

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Minor: User Interface Design, Multimedia, Computer Aided Design