Executive Committee

Purpose

The RPRC:NCDHR Executive Committee is charged with overseeing the financial and administrative affairs of the RPRC:NCDHR, overseeing evaluation activities, and providing leadership to the organization. Executive Committee meets bi-weekly with all meetings made accessible with interpreters and real time captioning.

Membership

Individuals who are members of the Executive Committee include:

  • RPRC:NCDHR Program Director (Chair)
  • RPRC:NCDHR Education and Training Lead
  • RPRC:NCDHR Lead Evaluator
  • RPRC:NCDHR Senior Administrator
  • RPRC:NCDHR Senior Administrator
  • Outreach Coordinator
  • Senior Health Project Coordinator
  • A representative of the RPRC Core Research Project Community Committee
  • A representative of the Healthy Living with Hearing Loss (HL2) Community Committee

Members

*ROTATION: Members of the DHCC leadership team and the HL2 leadership team will take turns sitting on the Executive Committee.

Steven Barnett

Steven Barnett, M.D.

Executive Committee Chair

Principal Investigator / Program Director Research Committee Chair

Rochester Prevention Research Center: National Center for Deaf Health Research

Associate Professor,

Department of Family Medicine and the Department of Public Health Sciences

University of Rochester Medical Center

Steven_Barnett@urmc.rochester.edu

 

 

*photo by Mark Benjamin
Don Bataille Tamala David Kathleen Jensen

Don Bataille, AIA

Co-Chair, Healthy Living with Hearing Loss (HL2)

Tamala David, MS, MPA, FNP, PhD

RPRC:NCDHR Education and Training Lead

Kathleen Jensen, RN MHSA

Executive Director of Finance

 
Camille Martina Kelly Matthews Erika Sutter

Camille Martina, PhD

RPRC:NCDHR Lead Program Evaluator

Kelly Matthews, MSW

Outreach Coordinator / Health Project Coordinator

Erika Sutter, MPH

Senior Health Project Coordinator

Research Opportunities

Focus Group Meetings

 

Seeking Deaf persons age 21-40 interested in participating in a one-time two hour focus group meeting in Rochester!

Focus Group Meeting Flyer

The interviews are limited to Deaf people who are now living in the Rochester (NY) area. The focus group will be conducted in ASL. We need your feedback on developing Deaf Weight Wise (DWW) 2.0. We will be asking about healthy eating and physical activity. The purpose of the group is to continue to develop culturally and linguistically appropriate healthy lifestyle research programs for Deaf people. Each participant will receive $30 dollars cash.

Interested? Contact

Jackie Pransky

(585) 568 6534 VP

Email: Jacqueline_Pransky@URMC.Rochester.edu