Quality Program Manager
Quality Program Manager Maurice Rollins is responsible for improving the quality of patient care for community health centers in Alabama.
A certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Maurice
has extensive knowledge and experience in creating and maintaining quality programs.
Six Sigma, a business management strategy originally developed by Toyota
, uses a set of quality management and statistical methods to create a special infrastructure within an organization.
black belt accreditation in Lean Six Sigma in 2007 from Lockheed Martin
Prior to joining APHCA, Rollins was employed with Albany International where he served as lead project manager in aeronautics/aviation and PMC (paper machine clothing).
During his employment with Albany, he also supervised engineering projects for Boeing, Pratt Whitney, Dowdy, International Paper, Procter & Gamble, and others, resulting in millions of dollars in cost savings around the world.
An Army Reservist from 1992-1998, Rollins holds a general business degree from Kemper Military Academy in Missouri, and Bachelor of Science degrees in accounting from Langston University in Oklahoma (1995) and Resource Management from Troy University (2003).
A community leader, Maurice
has served as President of his
neighborhood Home Owners Association, is a member of Partners in Education, serves as a youth leader at New Home Baptist Church
, where he
wife, Georgia are active members, and is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.