Moises Pérez-Martínez heads the Workforce, Community and Government Relations department, which is responsible for oversight of programs and initiatives in workforce and training; community and patient engagement; and cultural competency and health literacy.
Mr. Perez is a seasoned executive in the design, development, and management of innovative health and human services. He is the founder/co-founder of numerous iconic community-based organizations such as City-as-School, The Door- A Center of Alternatives, El Puente, The Center for Organizational Development at CSS and, Alianza Dominicana. He has received numerous awards, including the Points of Light Foundation award (issued by the President of the United States), The Ellis Island Medal of Honor, The Distinguished Alumnus Award-Brooklyn College CUNY, The Center for Community Health Partnerships, and the Presidential Medal of Honor (Dominican Republic).
Mr. Perez earned his BA degree from Brooklyn College-CUNY (cum laude) and was a member of the prestigious George Edmund Haynes National Urban League Fellows program.