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Project Coordinator

CDC STI/STD & HIV Prevention Outreach Support Initiative

Employment History


  • B.S.
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Web References
LTG News, 27 June 2015 [cached]
On September 1, 2011, LTG conducted a briefing for the Division of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Prevention at a Division of STD Prevention Learning Hour in Atlanta, GA. LTG managing partners Cathleen Crain and Niel Tashima and Senior Project Associate Sonya I. Ross presented "Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Community Outreach Project-Building a Foundation for STI/HIV Prevention Peer Outreach.
LTG Associates - Outline of Services main text, 22 Nov 2012 [cached]
Sonya I. Ross, B.S.
At LTG, Mr. Hornberger is the facilitator, along with Sonya Ross, of the D.C. Chronic Care Coalition for the Washington, D.C. Department of Health's Chronic Care Initiative.
Sonya I. Ross, B.S.
Sonya Ross has a twenty-five year history of developing and leading state-wide and national health related organization in the United States. Examples include: Council of Regional Networks for Genetics, Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Office of Hereditary Disorders. In addition Ms. Ross has extensive experience working with community-based organizations in promoting health messages, building capacity and strategic planning.
Currently Ms. Ross is Project Coordinator of a CDC STI/STD & HIV Prevention Outreach Support Initiative with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) aimed to improve the sexual and reproductive health of disproportionately affected populations by reducing STD disparities. Her primary responsibilities are to coordinate the activities of the partners and provide oversight of the HBCU campus educational activities. Additionally Ms. Ross is working on the D.C. Chronic Care Coalition for Washington, D.C. Department of Health's Chronic Care Initiative. The coalition is composed of government officials, health care providers, advocates, community-based organizations and consumers. She is responsible for facilitation of the coalition's activities to become the "Voice of and for Chronic Care in D.C."
Ms. Ross has particular skills in organizational development and CQI. Her skills include meeting facilitation, training and development, contract and project management, data collection and analysis, program development, strategic planning service integration, conference planning and management and evaluation. Previously, Ms. Ross was SCDAA's Vice President of Programs and Services with primary responsibilities to develop sickle cell programs, policies and procedures for the then 60+ community-based member organizations and assist them with capacity building. Additionally, she oversaw a HRSA/MCHB federally funded cooperative agreement for the sickle cell disease newborn screening and follow-up serving as the Associate Director of the National Coordinating and Evaluation Center -SCDAA. Ms. Ross guided its mission to monitor and support the activities of 17 projects across the country to improve access to care, services and information for families of newborns with sickle cell disease/trait.
Ms. Ross's professional experience is broad-based and very inclusive. She has managed, planned, developed and implemented a state-wide Hemoglobin Disorders Follow-Up Program. Her experience also includes development of proposals, technical writing, partnership building, conducting focus groups and networking. Added to this, Ms. Ross has managed program budgets, lectured and trained professionals, para-professionals and lay audiences and organized and operated both patient and counselor support groups. Her affiliation with regional and national organizations include: Advisory Board of the New York Mid-Atlantic Regional Genetics Collaborative, The Medical and Research Advisory Committee of SCDAA, the Newborn Screening Advisory Committee of the National Newborn Screening and Genetics Resource Center the NIH-NHLBI Sickle Cell Disease Advisory Committee and the National Registry and the CDC Surveillance System on Hemoglobinopathies (RuSH) Committee. Ms. Ross graduated from Duke University with a major in Psychology.
National Coordinating and Evaluation Center, 24 Dec 2009 [cached]
Sonya I. Ross Associate Director National Coordinating and Evaluation Center - SCDAA Phone: (443) 394-3298
Program Details, 27 July 2001 [cached]
Panelists: Nancye Buelow‡*, GA Vice President for Consumers - Board of Directors, Past President - Alpha-1 Association; Cynthia Tifft, Chair of Medical Genetics - Children's National Medical Center; and Sonya Ross, Director of Development - Sickle Cell Disease Association of America
Contact, 27 May 2009 [cached]
Sonya I. Ross
Vice President, Programs and Services SCDAA, Inc. 231 E. Baltimore Street, suite 800 Baltimore, MD 21202 410-528-1555 office 410-528-1495 fax
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