Dr. Ann Dey, Ph.D
Senior Research Program Manager
Ann Dey holds a Ph.D. in Community Psychology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She has been working in the field of HIV since 1993.
Dr. Dey has coordinated the HIV Prevention Community Planning Support and Development (HPCPSDI) since 2001 under a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Division of HIV, STD and TB Services (NJDHSS, DHSTS).
She has conducted research and evaluation activities for national funders such as Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and the Office of Minority Health. Dr. Dey has presented her work at conferences sponsored by the CDC, the International AIDS Society and the American Psychological Association (APA). Dr. Dey also reviews federal grant submissions to CDC, HRSA, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Geri Summers, MSW
Senior Program Coordinator
Geri Summers holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from Florida International University. She has been working in the field of HIV since 1997.
Statewide Technical Assistance
Summers provides the following types of technical assistance for NJDHSS, DHSTS grantees:
- program development
- program evaluation
- quality assurance planning
- needs assessment
- EBI support including:
- coordinating quarterly meetings
- maintaining a web based clearinghouse of materials
- providing fidelity monitoring visits
Summers provides training in Healthy Relationships curriculum (from CDC’s EBIs). She also provides training in Effective Facilitation Skills, Motivational Interviewing, Stigma, Holistic Health Recovery Program, and serves as an evaluator of “teach backs” for the SISTA EBI curriculum for the state.
Quincy Bell, MCRP
Phone: (848) 932-4186
Fax: (732) 932-3357
Quincy holds a Master’s Degree in City and Regional Planning from the Edward J. Bloustein School at Rutgers University. His academic and professional background spans the fields of Urban Planning, Public Health, Public Policy, Behavioral Health and Child Protective services.
The focus of his research has included issues of social justice and equality such as Urban Education, Minority Health and Community Development.
He has been working in the HIV/AIDS field since 2004. Beginning in Florida and continuing in New Jersey, he possesses a rich and diverse work history in this arena. Most recently, he served as Statewide Prevention Leader for New Jersey’s largest ASO, assisting in the direction of 40 team members across seven regional sites and four testing residences. Such work includes successfully leading Project Living Out Loud, a CDC directly funded prevention program and Drop-In Center servicing YMSMs ages 18-29 in Northern New Jersey and designing programming, services and initiatives to address the myriad of health and social needs of residents throughout the state of New Jersey.
Phone: (848) 932-4191
Fax: (732) 932-3357
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