LENORA REID-ROSE, MBA

Director - Cultural Competency and Health Equity

LENORA REID-ROSE, MBA

Director - Cultural Competency and Health Equity

Ms. Reid-Rose leads CCSI’s work in the areas of Cultural Competence and Health Equity. With more than two decades of experience in the behavioral health field, she has served as a consultant and educator at the state, regional and national levels. Ms. Reid-Rose has extensive expertise in developing and implementing cultural competence assessments, training initiatives, and programs - helping agencies understand where they are on the continuum of cultural competence and then identifying critical changes in policy, practice, education and training needed to support continued progress. Lenora is also adept in the areas of organizational development, data analytics, and research especially as it relates to cultural competence, social determinants of health and health equity.  She also brings with her a well-established network of national experts that she routinely taps to remain informed and knowledgeable regarding research, advances, best practices and emerging works.
 
Ms. Reid-Rose’s experience spans across local, state and national levels. She has served as co-director of the Nathan Kline Center of Excellence, focused on establishing community-defined and practice-based evidence for cultural groups and as a member of the New York State Office of Mental Health Multicultural Advisory Committee. She is a current member of the NYS Minority Health Council, which guides the preservation and improvement of minority health in NYS and advises the Commissioner of Health on these issues.  Ms. Reid-Rose is the former Co-Chair of the Board of Directors of the New York State Association for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS) and continues to serve on various NYAPRS committees as well as on the Diversity Committee and Membership Committee of The College for Behavioral Health Leadership (formerly, American Association of Mental Health Administrators.)  She was instrumental in the creation of, and continues to administer, the Prevention, Access, Self-Empowerment, and Support (PASS) program, that supports families and youth through an immersive experience that aims to improve the psychosocial, educational, family interaction, and community outcomes of youth, and instills in them the need to be accountable for their own lives by taking ownership of their behaviors and actions.


NANCY SUNG SHELTON, M.A.

Senior Consultant Cultural Competence & Health Equity

NANCY SUNG SHELTON, M.A.

Senior Consultant Cultural Competence & Health Equity

Nancy Sung Shelton, M.A., works in the capacity of Senior Consultant, Cultural Competence & Health Equity at Coordinated Care Services, Inc. In her role, Nancy provides an array of consultation, technical assistance, and training support to organizations, their leaders, workforce, service recipients, and stakeholders. She has more than twenty years of experience working with diverse populations in a variety of management and leadership positions. Her work experience has included working in the Criminal Justice, Family Law, Child Protection and Advocacy, Human Services, I/DD, Behavioral and Physical Healthcare systems, as well extensive work with community-based organizations and families and youth.  Nancy is especially devoted to serving individuals who are marginalized by society, have been under/misrepresented, and are economically disadvantaged.



ENSLEY TOWNSEND, MS

Manager - Cultural Competence & Health Equity

ENSLEY TOWNSEND, MS

Manager - Cultural Competence & Health Equity

Ensley Townsend, M.S. is the Manager of the Cultural Competence and Health Equity Department for Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Ensley’s passions include Project Management, technology, learning, efficiency, and mentoring. His career spans three decades at large corporations where he honed his skills in equipment development, product commercialization and leadership. Ensley was awarded nine patents. He received his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Ohio University and Bachelor of Science in the same field from the University of the West Indies, Trinidad. Ensley spent his first decade in Rochester tutoring and mentoring students in the Rochester City School District.



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