Employees

Currently, BSRI has three full time employees and multiple consultants to fulfill project and contractual duties. Employees include the Executive Director (E.D.), Associate Director (A.D.), and Evaluation and Research Analyst (E.R.A.). The E.D. and A.D. handle organizational oversight as well as upper level project management, statistical analysis, final reporting for funders (local, State, and Federal) and financial matters. The E.R.C. handles daily project assignments and coordination of the BSRI Data Outcomes Evaluation System (DOES).

BSRI provides lead staff support and administration to multiple project committees related to healthcare integration.  We are proud to have affiliations with Universities and Colleges, serving as a preceptor for many interns studying public health and psychology. BSRI is also a proud member of the American Evaluation Association and the Society for Community Research and Action (American Psychological Association, Division 27).

Executive Director

Angela Mooss, Ph.D.

Dr. Angela Mooss received her PhD in Community Psychology from Georgia State University in 2009 and holds a graduate certificate (CPH) in public health epidemiology. She has more than 10 years of experience in conducting research with communities, in areas such as behavioral health, homelessness, HIV/AIDS, and alternatives to incarceration. She has conducted needs assessments and program evaluations for agencies in Florida, Georgia, and New York. As Executive Director, she oversees all administrative functions for BSRI and provides lead project director and evaluation expertise across all BSRI projects.

Contact: amooss@bsrinstitute.org

Associate Director

Megan Hartman

Megan Hartman received her B.S. in Human and Social Development from the University of Miami in 2012. She is passionate about the public health infrastructure in Miami-Dade County as well as the implications it holds for the greater community. She has six years of experience in the fields of program evaluation, capacity building, community organizing, and HIV prevention with a strong focus in community collaborations and health disparities. As Associate Director, she is the lead for logistical and operations oversight, business development, and mixed media while also managing multiple healthcare and prevention-related projects.

Contact: mhartman@bsrinstitute.org

Evaluation and Research Analyst

Alexandra Rivas

Alexandra Rivas received her Master’s in Public Health with a concentration in epidemiology from George Mason University in 2014. She holds expertise in assessing health issues, risks and outcomes through data collection as well as conducting surveillance, analysis and research within local and state levels. As Evaluation and Research Analyst she provides evaluation consulting, design and analysis skills across multiple BSRI projects and clients.

Contact: arivas@bsrinstitute.org