Boston Medical Center | Boston Senior Home Care | Central Boston Elder Services | Ethos
Anita Bien-Aime, Pediatric Care Coordinator (BMC)
At BAP, Anita works diligently to meet the families to help them with their overall physical, mental and emotional health. She is passionate about youth, young adults and families accessing the services beneficial to the betterment of their lives and communities. Anita has experience in working with DDS, domestic violence agencies, families involved with DCF, and pharmacy and has her Master’s in Social Work from Simmons College.
Phone: 617-414-3675 | Email: [email protected]
Antoniqua Roberson, Pediatric Care Coordinator (BMC)
Antoniqua works closely with the families of pediatric patients throughout Boston, connecting them to social and health-related resources and supports within the community. Prior to her work with Boston Allied Partners, Antoniqua worked as a Resource Specialist at The Dimock Community Health Center, located in Roxbury, MA. She is interested in continuing her education in Social Work and Public Health in the near future.
Phone: 617.414.6374 | Email: [email protected]
Branden Washington, Pediatric Care Coordinator (BMC)
Branden has been in the healthcare field for over ten years with a wide range of experience providing community support services across all ages, having held positions in dialysis, Adult Family Care, home health care, and Pediatric Services of America. In his current role, Branden helps patients who have LTSS needs find services and resources with a concentration on patients who need to transition from pediatric to adult care.
Phone: 617.414.7729 | Email: [email protected]
Brooke Sabia, Adult Care Coordinator (BSHC)
Brooke is responsible for outreach and case management for referred patients in regards to their health and wellness, all of whom are adults. Prior to this she was a female services counselor at MCI-Framingham, where she acquired knowledge in case management and group facilitation of the incarcerated population, specific to female offenders.
Phone: 617.303.6992 | Email: [email protected]
Daina Thomas, Pediatric Care Coordinator (BMC)
Daina has a background in CBHI and ten years of experience working as a Therapeutic Mentor, Therapeutic Training Support, and Intensive Care Coordinator. She is a passionate social worker who enjoys working with families and youth in the community and is a Boston native who grew up with similar challenges many youth and families experience. In addition to her work with Boston Allied Partners, Diana aspires to be a Therapist and plans to attend grad school next year to pursue this dream.
Phone: 617.414.6337 | Email: [email protected]
Khadija Muse, Adult Care Coordinator (CBES)
Khadija’s duties include outreach to clients and coordinating services with other agencies such as PCA programs, housing agencies, and DTA. Previously, Khadija worked as a bilingual care manager for CBES where she managed over 100 elder cases and provided services to elders over 60 years of age. She has also held positions as a care manager, patient rights advocate, mental health counselor, and interpreter over the past 17 years.
Phone: 617.277.7416 x2226 | Email: [email protected]
Sean Mahoney-Pierce, Adult Care Coordinator (Ethos)
Sean works with adults with LTSS needs at Ethos, one of Boston’s Aging Service Access Points. He began his career working in the homeless services and stabilization field and has experience working at an Independent Living Center, Boston Housing Authority complex, Action for Boston Community Development, and Boston Public Health Commission's Bureau of Substance Use Services.
Phone: 617.477.6693 | Email: [email protected]
William Ruhm, Adult Care Coordinator (BSHC)
William completed his Masters in Social Work at Boston University School of Social Work with a specialization in gerontological social work, where in addition to coursework he completed two internships conducting home visits with older adults and people with disabilities. William has an interest in integrating Narrative and Solution Focused therapy techniques into his work with older adults as a way to help these clients increase their confidence and self-efficacy.
Phone: 857.488.7680 | Email: [email protected]
Winsome Waldron, Adult Care Coordinator (Ethos)
Winsome has held various care management positions throughout the city of Boston and has vast experience serving older adults. Currently she is based at Ethos, one of Boston’s ASAPs located in Jamaica Plain.
Phone: 857.488.8185 | Email: [email protected]
Tiffany Gavin, Director (BMC)
Tiffany comes to the program with over 15 years of experience in healthcare ranging from corporate planning to operations leadership. Most recently, she directed the MACC 4C program, a care coordination program for medically complex children. She received her MBA from Duke University with a concentration in Health Sector Management and Operations.
Phone: 617.414.3692 | Email: [email protected]
Melanie Cannon, Program Manager (BMC)
Melanie is responsible for daily operations of the program and serves as the clinical point of contact for medical providers and health systems. Prior to Boston Allied Partners, Melanie worked on Strategic Grant Initiatives at Boston Medical Center with foundations, the state of Massachusetts, and the federal government.
Phone: 617.414.5587 | Email: [email protected]
Britani Wallace, Program Assistant (BMC)
Britani works with the Program Manager and Director on daily program operations and staffing training. Currently, Britani is working towards her Master’s Degree in Public Health at Boston University, studying Epidemiology and Biostatistics, as well as Mental Health and Substance Use. Britani’s previous experience includes working at a local pre-school/elementary school and volunteering at a local hospital in Michigan.
Phone: 617.414.6396 | Email: [email protected]
Leanne Barrett, Outreach Coordinator (BMC)
As Outreach Coordinator, Leanne is assisting the team with patient outreach and enrollment. In addition to assisting the Boston Allied Partners team, she is working on a project that will provide additional training and resources on sickle cell disease to primary care physicians in the Northeast U.S. She has been working in residential care with children who have emotional and behavioral disorders for the past four years.
Phone: 617.414.2222 | Email: [email protected]