Alex S. Keuroghlian is the Director of Education and Training Programs at The Fenway Institute and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Part-time, at Harvard Medical School (HMS). He directs the National LGBT Health Education Center, a HRSA-funded cooperative agreement to improve health care for LGBTQIA+ people at health centers. Dr. Keuroghlian concurrently directs the Evidence-Informed Interventions Coordinating Center for Technical Assistance, also funded by HRSA, to implement effective and culturally-tailored interventions nationally for people with HIV in four focus areas: transgender women, Black men who have sex with men, behavioral health integration into primary medical care, and identifying and addressing trauma.
Dr. Kevin Ard earned his MD from Washington University in Saint Louis and his MPH from Harvard School of Public Health. He completed the Doris and Howard Hiatt Residency in Global Health Equity and Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital as well as the fellowship in infectious diseases at Brigham and Women’s and Massachusetts General Hospitals.
Jack Bruno is the Operations Coordinator for the Division of Education and Training at the Fenway Institute. In this role, Jack coordinates travel, manages vendor payment and communication and supports the staff in scheduling. Prior to joining the Fenway Institute, Jack worked as a Special Programs Administrative Assistant in a small charter school in Cambridge. There they supported a team of educators in providing equitable access to educational progress for all students. They graduated from Tufts University with a degree in American Studies.
Richard Cancio began his career in international development and global health as a Peace Corp volunteer in Namibia. Following his Peace Corps service, Richard completed his Master’s in Public Health from Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine. Richard then worked as the LGBT Health Services Program Manager for the Mount Sinai Health System – where he educated hospital staff and medical students on LGBT competent care. Since then he has developed a strong skill set for issues surrounding gender identity and healthcare including HIV/AIDS education, Sexual Risk Reduction, LGBT health program implementation, and mitigating Everyday Bias in Health. Currently, as the Curriculum Manager on the Coordinating Center for Technical Assistance team for the E2i project, Richard works to create culturally competent educational materials for a diverse patient population.
Cei Lambert is the Program Manager for the National LGBT Health Education Center. In this role he is responsible for managing all components of Fenway Health's education arm, including webinars, on-site trainings and development of publications. Immediately prior to this role Cei was the Assistant Director for Diversity & Inclusion at Berklee College of Music. Before that Cei spent several years as the Transgender Health Program Patient Advocate at Fenway Health.
Linda Marc is the National Implementation Director for the HRSA-funded Evidence-Informed Interventions Coordinating Center for Technical Assistance. In this role she is responsible for designing and delivering technical assistance to support the implementation of HIV-related behavioral interventions at 24 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Sites across the United States.
Massah Massaquoi, M.P.H., is the National Implementation Manager for the HRSA-funded Evidence-Informed Interventions Coordinating Center for Technical Assistance. In this role she is responsible for designing and managing communication strategies between collaborators, which includes national experts, community advisory board members, and internal and external partners. Massah is also the Technical Assistance Lead for 13 of the 26 funded sites, she helps support day-to-day concerns of the subawardees as well as monitor and assess implementation activities, implementation strategies, and the core elements of the site-selected interventions via monthly monitoring calls, cohort calls and narrative reports.
Sarah Mitnick is the Director of Program Operations for the Division of Education and Training at The Fenway Institute. In her role she runs the day-to-day operations of the division including staff supervision, project oversight, budget management and operational support. Prior to coming to Fenway, Sarah worked in non-profit advocacy. She has over 10 years of experience supervising staff, managing projects and budgets, fundraising, grant-seeking and providing administrative support. She graduated with a Bachelor's of Arts in Environmental Science from Colorado College.
Deirdre O’Donnell, MPH is the Program Coordinator for The Fenway Institute’s Division of Education and Training, where she coordinates details and logistics of external trainings while collaborating with the rest of the team in the division to deliver medically accurate and up to date information on LGBTQ+ health to medical providers and their staff. Deirdre obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies and Political Science from Rhode Island College and a Master of Public Health from Boston University. She has worked in the field of public health in various roles and causes related to gender and sexuality throughout her career including suicide prevention, adolescent sexuality education, and opioid overdose prevention. She has been with The Fenway Institute since July of 2018.