Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary
Master of Science in Social Work Program Manager effectively implemented public health policies focused on health disparities and social inequities with more than ten years of progressive program management experience with proven success in developing program initiatives and strategies that apply best practices to meet program goals and objectives.

Alpha Chi National College Honor Society

Dean Scholar Award

Dorothy Height Academic Scholar Award

Glen Glitzer Excellence in Policy Analysis Award

National Society of Leadership Award

Outstanding Dedication to Research Award

Work History
Research Program Manager, 05/2014 to 09/2020
Biobot AnalyticsNew York, NY,
  • Hired, managed, and trained three clinical research coordinators and newly hired research managers.
  • Worked with diverse group of surgeons and clinical research staff to perform clinical and non-clinical research management.
  • Recruited and consented diverse populations for clinical research trials.
  • Orchestrated smooth and efficient program development using evidence based strategies and by collaborating across multiple disciplines and department.
  • Motivated and directed staff to align organizational mission using employee-driven and workflow improvement techniques.
  • Teamed with multiple industry sponsors and pharmaceutical representatives to execute contracts for clinical research start-ups.
  • Assisted in grant writing and submission of several NIH and Foundation research grants.
  • Collected data and maintained research databases for over 70 clinical research trials and studies.
  • Developed and maintained budgets and standard operating procedures for new clinical trials, research studies.
  • Organized medical student and fellowship research program and program's website content and advanced training on protocol development and best research practices.
  • Served as regulatory research liaison for Icahn School of Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital, and New York Eye and Ear.
Project Director, 07/2007 to 01/2012
Interstate RestorationNashville, TN,
  • Recruited and encouraged network of stakeholders to participate in initiative that instituted systemic policy change to decrease health disparities among African American smokers across Western New York.
  • Presented award-winning "Don't Be Silent about Smoking" media campaign at National Conference on Tobacco or Health.
  • Assisted in grant writing, procurement of grant funding, and data management.
  • Used evidence-based research strategies to conduct site visits among 18 healthcare organizations to monitor and evaluate program efficacy.
  • Increased program awareness 10-fold among critical stakeholders, including politicians and health and human service agencies.
  • Designed assessment and outcome measurement tools for federally qualified health care centers that serviced low socioeconomic status populations.
  • Developed quality assurance tools that captured quality of work and activities of partnering agencies and networks.
  • Supervised coordinators, students, administrative and research assistants.
  • Developed and presented continuing medical education credits' training, and protocols to expand smoking cessation services among medical physicians across Western, New York.
Program Coordinator, 06/2005 to 07/2007
Boundless NetworksPhoenix, AZ,
  • Provided fiscal oversight of project budget, including national and statewide media campaigns.
  • Presented media campaign at regional, state, and national tobacco cessation conferences.
  • Developed and designed training, PowerPoint presentations, and curriculums.
  • Designed and implemented faith-based smoking cessation training.
  • Educated media, civic, business, and community outreach organizations on program goals, objectives, and initiatives.
  • Conducted several press conferences and media events to influence public attitudes and behavior.
  • Utilized motivational interviewing among 350 smokers to encourage smoking cessation attempts in disparate communities.
  • Recruited 1,200 smokers to join smoking cessation research study and maintained Access and Excel research databases.
  • Organized and managed program development from conception through successful execution
  • Maintained tight production timetables and quality standards to provide exceptional services to underserved communities.
  • Scheduled and supervised staff meetings to discuss new ideas and update participants on program details and milestones
  • Supervised 2 professional and administrative personnel.
  • Data Management
  • Grant Writing
  • Access, RedCap, Excel, MS Office
  • Powerpoint
  • Public Speaking
  • Supervision
Summa Cum Laude Master of Science in Social Work: , Expected in 05/2021
Columbia University - New York, New York,
Summa Cum Laude Bachelor of Social Work: , Expected in 05/2018
Long Island University - Brooklyn, New York,

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