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Mark Glassock

Mark Glassock

Policy Analyst

Community Health Councils

Policy Analyst at Community Health Councils





Community Health Councils

Policy Analyst

• I serve as the organization's in-house expert on open and green space policy. In this capacity I provide policy analysis and development in 3 key areas: community land access, park systems, and physical activity resources. I work on CHC's flagship projects including a Community Transformation Grant and policy development for the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Demonstration project.

• I lead LA Open Acres, a community powered tool created by Community Health Councils to transform vacant spaces to healthy places. The project aims to get community-maintained projects like community gardens and parks started and the process for doing so easier on the City’s publicly and privately owned vacant lots. A beta-version of an online map will be released in Spring 2014. For more information go to

• I'm an active member of the LA Food Policy Council's Urban Agriculture Work Group steering committee where I have contributed to the development of legislative relationships and accomplishments.

Career medium 03
Career medium 02

Community Health Councils

Community Liaison

• Managed and built coalition groups that bring together a broad set of partners made up of stakeholders that work to transform the physical and built environments to encourage safe and healthy communities through community assessment, coalition building, policy development, and education.
• Coordinating an environmental justice campaign that has gained national recognition for efforts to increase health and safety protections for communities at risk of preventable, pollution-related chronic disease.
• Led an outreach and awareness campaign reaching 3,000 individual contacts in support of a Centers for Disease Control project that aimed to engage South Los Angeles residents in a community plan process.


International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH)

Training Development Consultant

•Designed and developed a policy curriculum for country offices utilizing research, project management, and instructional design strengths.
•Enhanced program operations by creating an evidence-based management framework for the development and evaluation of future e-learning curricula.
•Trained I-TECH staff on the management of e-learning projects utilizing relevant research and administrative policies.

Career medium 06
Career medium 06

Public Health - Seattle & King County

Harm Reduction Specialist

•Provided harm reduction services and health education to clients at all syringe exchange sites, including mobile outreach.
•Referred clients to primary care, social work, shelter, testing, treatment, and government services.
•Conducted demographic survey research and integrated findings to improve program operations and
service delivery.
•Supervised, mentored, and trained volunteers and service learners.


International Training and Education Center for Health

Research Assistant

•Managed the design and development of I-TECH’s first self-paced e-learning training product by synthesizing broad information from reports, guidelines, and content experts.
•Investigated current and innovative e-learning practices and integrated relevant policies and procedures into an improved development system.
•Evaluated training effectiveness through quantitative and qualitative monitoring.

Career medium 04
Career medium 05

Peace Corps

Community Based Primary Care Program Coordinator

•Initiated and managed a comprehensive health education program utilizing a network of 52 community health workers reaching 26 villages.
•Implemented a community-based primary care program and supervised a staff of 13 that worked toward a significant reduction of diagnosed malaria cases.
•Designed a life skills curriculum and trained 11 teachers at primary and secondary schools on how to integrate health education into their teaching.
•Organized and mobilized local community groups to implement U.S. Government grants that built community resource and training centers serving over 250 households.
•Coordinated local fundraising efforts and built external relationships with funding partners to secure sustainable revenue for community projects.
•Facilitated 2 weeklong workshops with nearly 100 country partners and volunteers about organizational management and strategic planning.


University of Washington

MPH, Global Health

University of Washington

BA, Anthropology