Henry Ross is a Senior Health Project Coordinator for the University of Rochester Medical Center - Center for Community Practice (CCP). In this role, he is involved in providing capacity building and technical assistance to state and territorial health departments within the Northeast region. He is also a trainer for the NYS DOH AIDS Institute Regional Training Center (RTC) Program. Henry has been working in the field of HIV and STI prevention for over 8 years.
Prior to joining the CCP team, Henry worked as a coordinator in academic HIV prevention behavioral research at the University of South Florida. He was also involved in outreach/facilitation of the Many Men Many Voices (3MV) effective behavioral intervention (Minority Development & Empowerment Inc., - Ft. Lauderdale, FL).
Henry holds a Master of Science Degree in Public Health from the University of South Florida. He is passionate about addressing health disparities in marginalized communities, community activism and mobilization, and supporting program implementation with evidence-based research.
Areas of Interest/Expertise:
HIP Behavioral Interventions, Social/Behavioral Determinants of Health, LGBT Health Disparities, Structural Interventions, Implementation Science, Program Monitoring & Evaluation, Anti-Black Racism