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  Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Board shall regulate the practice of audiology, the practice of speech pathology, the practice of audiology and speech-language pathology assistants, and the practice of speech-language pathology clinical fellows. The professional members shall:  (A) For audiology, at least 3 years preceding appointment, have been actively engaged as an audiologist in rendering professional services in audiology or in the education and training of masters, doctoral, or postdoctoral students of audiology in audiology research, and for the 2 years preceding the appointment, have spent the majority of their time devoted to one of the activities listed in this paragraph;  (B) For speech pathology, at least 3 years preceding the appointment, have been actively engaged as a speech-pathologist in rendering professional services in speech pathology or in the education and training of masters, doctoral, or postdoctoral students of speech pathology in speech-pathology research, and for the 2 years preceding the appointment, have spent the majority of their time devoted to one of the activities listed in this paragraph;  (C) For otolaryngology, at least 3 years preceding the appointment, have been actively engaged as an otolaryngologist in rendering professional services in otolaryngology or in the education and training of masters, doctoral, or postdoctoral students of otolaryngology in otolaryngology research, and for the 2 years preceding the appointment have spent the majority of their time devoted to one of the activities listed in this paragraph. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 4 7 3 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/HKpyty/Board-Of-Audiology-And-Speech-Language-Pathology
  Board of Chiropractic Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) To regulate the practice of chiropractic medicine in the District of Columbia. The mission is to serve and protect the public and ensure high standards of chiropractic care and professionalism through best-practices in regulation, education and outreach. The 3 professional members must be licensed to practice in the District. The consumer member must not be a licensed practitioner. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/P0VLca/Board-Of-Chiropractic
  Board of Dentistry Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board of Dentistry shall regulate the practices of dentistry and dental hygiene and dental assistants, issue teaching licenses as provided under § 3-120S.08b, and issue certifications to dentists and facilities where dentistry is practiced to permit a dentist to administer general or sedation anesthesia. Licensed for 5 years; District residency; unaffiliated consumer member Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 7 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/9DGkJu/Board-Of-Dentistry
  Board of Dietetics & Nutrition Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of dietetics and nutrition. Of the members of the Board, 1 shall be a licensed dietitian, 1 shall be a licensed nutritionist who is not a dietitian, and 1 shall be a consumer member. Dietitians and Nutritionists must be licensed for 3 years prior to appointment. Consumer members cannot be a health professional or in training to become a health professional. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/hpenuB/Board-Of-Dietetics-Nutrition
  Board of Marriage and Family Therapy Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of marriage and family therapy.Of the members of the Board, 4 shall be marriage and family therapists licensed in the District and one shall be a consumer member with no direct affiliation with the practice of marriage and family therapy of another mental health profession. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/Xq73HX/Board-Of-Marriage-And-Family-Therapy
  Board of Massage Therapy Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of massage therapy. Of the members of the Board, 4 shall be massage therapists licensed in the District and 1 shall be a consumer member. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/C1TTQY/Board-Of-Massage-Therapy
  Board of Medicine Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of medicine, the practice of acupuncture with the advice of the Advisory Committee on Acupuncture, the practice by anesthesiologists assistants with the advice of the Advisory Committee on Anesthesiologists Assistants, the practice of naturopathic medicine with the advice of the Advisory Committee on Naturopathic Medicine, the practice by physician assistants with the advice of the Advisory Committee on Physician Assistants, the practice of surgical assistants with the advice of the Advisory Committee on Surgical Assistants, the practice by physicians-in-training, and the practice of trauma technologists with the advice of the Advisory Committee on Trauma Technologists. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. No member shall be appointed to serve more than 3 full consecutive 3-year terms. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 14 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/Qw7u4j/Board-Of-Medicine
  Board of Nursing Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of advanced practice registered nursing, registered nursing, practical nursing, and nursing assistive personnel. The Board shall recommend for promulgation by the Mayor curricula and standards required for the approval of nursing schools and nursing programs in the District of Columbia. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 11 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/EipRML/Board-Of-Nursing
  Board of Long-Term Care Administration Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of nursing home administration, the practice of assisted living administration, and the practice of home health care administration. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 7 3 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/lEbiPa/Board-Of-Long-Term-Care-Administration
  Board of Occupational Therapy Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of occupational therapy and the practice by occupational therapy assistants, dance therapists, and recreation therapists. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/h2C3lZ/Board-Of-Occupational-Therapy
  Board of Optometry Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of optometry.  The Board shall grant applications by licensed optometrists for certification to administer diagnostic pharmaceutical agents for applicants who demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Board. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/hFvoZ6/Board-Of-Optometry
  Board of Pharmacy Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of pharmacy, the practice of pharmaceutical detailing, and the practice of pharmacy technicians. The Board is authorized to: (A) Establish a code of ethics for the practice of pharmaceutical detailing; and (B) Collect information from licensed pharmaceutical detailers relating to their communications with licensed health professionals, or with employees or representatives of licensed health professionals, located in the District. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 7 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/1L8k6Q/Board-Of-Pharmacy
  Board of Physical Therapy Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of physical therapy and the practice of athletic training, including practices by physical therapist assistants and by personal fitness trainers. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 7 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/S8dQX3/Board-Of-Physical-Therapy
  Board of Podiatry Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of podiatry. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 3 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/wUNN2y/Board-Of-Podiatry
  Board of Professional Counseling Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practices of professional counseling and addiction counseling. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, with 5 years in addiction counseling.     Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/cqq2bQ/Board-Of-Professional-Counseling
  Board of Psychology Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of psychology and the practice by psychology associates. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/dhSRJE/Board-Of-Psychology
  Board of Respiratory Care Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of respiratory therapy. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/qoR38z/Board-Of-Respiratory-Care
  Board of Social Work Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practice of social work, including categories of specialties within the social work profession. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia and representative of the four (4) licensing categories.    Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/lowU5R/Board-Of-Social-Work
  Board of Veterinary Medicine Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall regulate the practices of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary euthanasia technicians in the District of Columbia, and shall advise the Mayor with respect to the regulation of veterinary facilities. Professional member must be licensed to practice in the District of Columbia.      Consumer member not affiliated with industry. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/dOU9Rg/Board-Of-Veterinary-Medicine
  Commission on Aging Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Commission shall advise the Mayor, the Director of the Office on Aging, the Council of the District of Columbia, and the public concerning the views and needs of the aged in the District of Columbia. At least one-half of the membership of the Commission shall consist of actual consumers of services under this program, including low income and minority older persons, at least in proportion to the number of minority older persons in the District of Columbia. There shall also be the following ex officio members: The Directors of the Department of Human Services, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Department of Recreation, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Employment Services, the Public Library, the Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department (or the Director or Chief of such successor agencies), and a member of the Council of the District of Columbia. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 15 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/Ut1kD1/Commission-On-Aging
  Health Benefit Exchange Authority Executive Board (HBX) Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) There is established, as an independent authority of the District government, the District of Columbia Health Benefit Exchange Authority. The Authority shall be an instrumentality, created to effectuate the purposes stated in this chapter, that shall have a legal existence separate from the District government. : The Executive Board shall have seven voting members, who shall be residents of the District of Columbia, appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council pursuant to § 1-523.01(f).  The Executive Board shall also have four nonvoting, ex-officio members, or their designees, who shall be the: (A) Director of the Department of Health Care Finance; (B) Commissioner of the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking; (C) Director of the Department of Health; and (D) Director of the Department of Human Services. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 4 7 2 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/ldoXdR/Health-Benefit-Exchange-Authority-Executive-Board
  Health Information Exchange Policy Board (HIE) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Board shall advise the Mayor and the Directors of the Department of Health Care Finance, Department of Health, Department of Behavioral Health, Department of Human Services, and the Office of the Chief Technology Officer regarding the enhancement and sustainability of secure, protected exchange of health information among health providers and other authorized entities. The Board shall: 1. Make recommendations on the development of policies essential to broad implementation of secure, protected exchange of health information among health providers and other authorized entities; 2. Make recommendations on the Health Information Exchange ("HIE") efforts available and/or underway within the District (or surrounding regions), under the direction and supervision of the Department of Health Care Finance;  Mayor's Order 2016-035 Page 2 of 5 3. Make recommendations to the Mayor and the Department of Health Care Finance regarding improving HIE, including its operations, vision, mission, geographic scope, and functional scope; and 4. Make recommendations regarding applicable accountability mechanism(s) and/or governance structure(s) for HIE in the District and strategies to coordinate HIE activities among key stakeholders across state, regional, and local levels. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 15 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/No4fRS/Health-Information-Exchange-Policy-Board
  Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH) Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) There is established in the District the Interagency Council on Homelessness for the purpose of facilitating interagency, cabinet-level leadership in planning, policymaking, program development, provider monitoring, and budgeting for the Continuum of Care of homeless services. The Interagency Council is composed of: (1) The City Administrator, who shall serve as chairperson of the Interagency Council; (lA) The Director to End Homelessness, who shall assist the City Administrator in leading and coordinating the Interagency Council; (2) The administrative head of each of the following entities or divisions thereof: (A) Department of Human Services; (B) Department of Mental Health; (C) Child and Family Services Agency; (D) Department of Housing and Community Development; (E) Department of Health; (F) District of Columbia Housing Authority; (G) Department of Corrections; (H) Department of Employment Services; (I) Office of the State Superintendent of Education; (J) Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency; (K) Department of General Services; (l) Metropolitan Police Department; and (M) Office of Gay, lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Affairs; (3) A representative of any private entity designated to approve or allocate any grants or contracts, on behalf of the Mayor, for services within the Continuum of Care; (4) A representative from a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 10 organizations that are providing services within the Continuum of Care; (5) A minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 homeless or formerly homeless individuals; (6) A minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 advocates for the District of Columbia's homeless population; (7) The Chairman of the Council, or his or her designee, and the Chairman of the committee of the Council having purview over homeless services, or his or her designee, both of whom shall be non-voting members; and (8) The administrative head of the Office of Shelter Monitoring, who shall be a non-voting member. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 21 0  
  Mayor's Advisory Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect (MACCAN) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee shall advise the Mayor on aspects of the District of Columbia's continuum of child welfare services, including prevention, early intervention, treatment, and sources of permanency (Le., reunification~ guardianship. kinship care, and adoption). The Committee shall: A. Recommend approaches to improving coordination of services among public agencies responsible for the provision of child welfare services; B. Promote public awareness of programs and advise on public concerns relating to child abuse C. At the direction of the Mayor, develop reports/plans regarding specific issues; D. Serve as the Multidisciplinary Task Force for the purpose of the Children's Justice Act Grants under Public Law I00-294, the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of 1988; E. At a minimum, the Chairperson shall convene the Committee on a quarterly basis; F. Maintain meeting minutes; and G. Undertake such other duties as assigned. A. Committee members shall be appointed by the Mayor based on demonstrated expertise of one or more disciplines relating to child welfare and/or represent the interests of the public in child welfare issues. B. The Mayor will appoint up to 11 non-governmental members that shall include but not be limited to representatives of: i) Advocacy organizations that work on behalf of children and youth, i.e,. health, mental health, education, legal, prevention of child abuse/neglect, and permanency. ii) Community-based child welfare providers, iii) Foster, adoptive, and birth parent advocacy groups, iv) Universities, public policy organizations and research centers. C. The Mayor will appoint government representatives of the Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), Department of Mental Health (DMH), Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS), Department of Human Services (DHS), Department on Disability Services (DDS), Department of Health (DOH), Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), Office of the Attorney General (OAG), the DC Superior Court Family Court Division, District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), and Office of State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) to the Committee. D. The Mayor shall appoint a Chairperson from among the non-governmental members and a Vice Chairperson from among the governmental members, both of whom shall serve in those offices at the pleasure of the Mayor. E. The Committee may establish such subcommittees, as it deems necessary, provided that each subcommittee is co-chaired by a governmental member of the Committee. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 11 2 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/sSDoOc/Mayors-Advisory-Committee-On-Child-Abuse-And-Neglect
  Mayor's Council on Physical Fitness, Health, and Nutrition (MCPFHN) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Mayor's Council shall: (1) Advise the Mayor on matters related to physical fitness, obesity, and nutrition; (2) Develop objectives to raise awareness of the: (A) Risks of obesity; (B) Benefits of physical activity and fitness; and (C) Benefits of healthy eating; (3) Publish an annual report on the state of physical fitness, obesity, and nutrition, including any recommendations ("fitness report"); (4) Publish an annual report detailing all gifts, donations, and other funds received and all expenditures; and (5) Perform any other duties as determined by the Mayor to be necessary or appropriate. 1. The following individuals, or their designees, shall be members of the Mayor's Council: (A) The Mayor of the District of Columbia; (B) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation; (C) The Chancellor of District of Columbia Public Schools; (D) The Chair of the Public Charter School Board; (E) The Director of the Department of Aging; and (F) Director of the Department of Health; 2. The Mayor shall designate one of the members listed in paragraph (1) of this subsection to serve as the chairperson. The chairperson shall serve at the pleasure of the Mayor. 3. (A) In addition to the members listed in paragraph (1) of this subsection, the Mayor's Council shall include: (i) Five members appointed by the Council of the District of Columbia; and (ii) Up to 14 members appointed by the Mayor.    (B) All members appointed pursuant to this paragraph shall: (i) Be residents of the District of Columbia; (ii) Have experience related to physical fitness, health, or nutrition; (iii) Serve 3-year terms; and (iv) Serve without compensation. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 14 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/82Juuf/Mayors-Council-On-Physical-Fitness-Health-And-Nutrition-Several-Vacancies
  Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Board of Directors (known as UMC, United Medical Center) Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) b) The primary purpose of the Corporation shall be to: (1) Receive the land, improvements on the land, equipment, and other assets of the United Medical Center; (2) Operate and take all actions to ensure the continued operation of the hospital; and (3) Sell or otherwise transfer all or part of the hospital and site, if a qualified buyer is identified. A) The Corporation shall be governed by a Board of Directors, which shall consist of 14 members, 11 of whom shall be voting members and 3 of whom shall be non-voting members. (B) Of the voting members, the Mayor shall appoint 6 members, with the advice and consent of the Council, and the Council shall appoint 3 members. (C) The Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, or his or her designee, and a representative of the entity maintaining the largest collective bargaining agreement with the Corporation, with that representative not being an employee of the Corporation, shall serve as voting ex officio members. (D) The Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation, the Chief Medical Officer of the Corporation, and the President of the District of Columbia Hospital Association, or his or her designee, shall serve as non-voting ex officio members.  Members shall have business or management expertise in health-systems management or integrated care-delivery systems or experience as a: (A) Practicing physician; (B) Nursing executive; (C) Finance officer; (D) Labor manager; or (E) Contract manager. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 6 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/2n1TTY/NotforProfit-Hospital-Corporation-United-Medical-Center-Board-Of-Directors
  State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Council, with the Administrator of the Rehabilitation Services Administration of the District of Columbia Department of Human Services, jointly develops, agrees to, and reviews goals and priorities on the provision of vocational rehabilitation services to persons with disabilities in the District of Columbia. The Council will be composed of at least 21 members, not including ex-officio members. The Council will include individuals with disabilities; parents, family members and guardians of individuals with disabilities; and at least one representative from each of the following:  1. Statewide Independent Living Council; 2. Client assistance program; 3. Parent training and information center; 4. Community rehabilitation program service providers; 5. At least four representatives of business industry and labor; 6. Representatives of disability advocacy groups representing a cross section of individuals with physical, cognitive, sensory, and mental disabilities and representatives of individuals with disabilities who have difficulty representing themselves; and 7. Current or former applicants for or recipients of vocational rehabilitation services. ●    At least one representative of the State Workforce Investment Council. ●    Ex-officio members shall include the Administrator of the Vocational Rehabilitation Agency or a designee and at least one qualified vocational rehabilitation counselor. Janae.Washington@dc.gov 3 15 5 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/gRcGFm/State-Rehabilitation-Council
  Statewide Health Coordinating Council (SHCC) Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The SHCC shall: (1) Assist the State Health Planning and Development Agency in the development of the HSP; (2) Review and make recommendations to the SHPDA on the HSP; and (3) Make recommendations to the SHPDA on an application for a certificate of need. A member of the SHCC may be reappointed, except that a member of the SHCC who is reappointed shall not serve more than 2 consecutive terms. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 12 3 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/UTYN4f/Statewide-Health-Coordinating-Council
  Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Council shall collaborate with the Rehabilitation Services Administration of the District of Columbia Department of Human Services to assure participation of District citizens with disabilities in the planning and development of vocational rehabilitation and independent living services. The Council shall be composed of at least 15 members. A majority of the Council members must be individuals with disabilities, not employed by any District Government agency or center for independent living, including the following: 1. Individuals with disabilities; 2. At least one director and other representatives of centers for independent living; 3. Parents and guardians of individuals with disabilities; 4. Advocates of and for individuals with disabilities; 5. Representatives from private businesses and organizations that provide services for individuals with disabilities; and 6. As ex officio, non voting members, a representative from the Rehabilitation Services Administration and representatives from other state agencies that provide services for individuals with disabilities. Janae.Washington@dc.gov 3 25 3 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/bRe2VV/Statewide-Independent-Living-Council
  United Planning Organization Board of Directors (UPO) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The United Planning Organization is the officially designated Community Action Agency for the District of Columbia. Its purpose is to provide leadership, support and advocacy to advance low income and other eligible residents of Washington, D.C., to assist them in achieving self-sufficiency and self-determination, and to enhance generally the quality of life in the local community.   Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov 3 6 0  
  Commission on Health Equity Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) There is established a Commission on Health Disparities ("Commission") to prepare comprehensive recommendations to the Department of Health, the Council, and the Mayor that examine health disparities in each election ward of the District. The voting members shall have expertise in at least one of the following areas: (A) Health disparities; (B) Social and human services; (C) Early learning and education; (D) Minority communities; (E) Economic development; and (F) Ecology and the environment. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 6 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/oRrKqO/Commission-On-Health-Disparities
  Citizen Review Panel for Child Abuse and Neglect (CRP) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) (a) There is hereby established the Citizen Review Panel, whose purpose is to serve as an external, independent oversight body for the District's child welfare system, evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of District government agencies involved in child protection as well as neighborhood-based services provided by vendors. (b) The Panel shall examine the policies, practices, and procedures of the Agency and any other District government agency that provides services to children at risk of abuse and neglect, or to children under the care of the Agency, including, as appropriate, the review of specific child cases. Based on this examination, the Panel shall evaluate the extent to which agencies serving children at risk of abuse or neglect, or children under the care of the Agency, are effectively discharging their child protection responsibilities in accordance with: (a) The Panel shall be comprised of 15 members to be appointed as follows: (1) Eight members shall be appointed by the Mayor, and (2) Seven members shall be appointed by the Council by resolution. (b) (1) Panel members shall be residents of the District. (2) None of the members shall be employed by the District government. (3) No more than 2 members appointed by the Mayor, and no more than 2 members appointed by the Council, shall serve as an officer, director, partner, employee, consultant, or contractor with an organization that provides services to the Agency. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 8 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/vpctmZ/Citizens-Review-Panel-For-Child-Abuse-And-Neglect
  Advisory Committee on Clinical Laboratory Practitioners Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Committee on Clinical Laboratory Practitioners shall develop and submit to the Board guidelines for the licensure of cytotechnologists, histologic technicians, histotechnologists, medical laboratory technicians, medical technologists, and the registration of phlebotomists. The qualifications for the professional members of the Advisory Committee on Clinical Laboratory Practitioners shall be as follows: "(1) The pathologist, for at least 3 years preceding appointment, shall have been actively engaged as a pathologist in rendering professional services in pathology or in the education and training of medical personnel in pathology. "(2) The medical technologist, for at least 3 years preceding the appointment, shall have been actively engaged as a medical technologist in rendering professional services in medical technology or in the education and training of medical technologists. "(3) The medical laboratory technician, for at least 3 years preceding the appointment, shall have been actively engaged as a medical laboratory technician in rendering professional services as a medical technician. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 5 1 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/8mm93A/Advisory-Committee-On-Clinical-Laboratory-Practitioners
  Lactation Commission Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Commission shall conduct studies, review progress, and provide recommendations with respect to all programs and initiatives promoting breastfeeding and support lactation activities in the District, including developing a comprehensive plan for implementing the Center and a breastfeeding education and outreach campaign, including recommendations for written material and community-based initiatives;  Consumers must be DC Residents.  Professional members must have proper licensure Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 11 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/JgkdML/Lactation-Commission
  Age Friendly DC in 2023 Task Force Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Organized around three themes – built environment, attitudes about growing older and lifetime health and security, the purpose of the Task Force shall be to advise the Mayor in leading efforts to make the District of Columbia an age-friendly city by 2023 according the World Health Organization (WHO’s) eight domains and six DC-specific domains. Public members with professional or subject matter expertise on impact and opportunities for the aging population Elizabeth.Keeton@dc.gov 5 18 1 https://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/PPDxNc3Q7s/Age-Friendly-DC-In-2023-Task-Force
Washington DC Regional Planning Commission on Health and HIV (COHAH) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Increase collaboration, efficiency, and innovation with government partners and community stakeholders to achieve a more coordinated response in addressing HIV across the care continuum from prevention to treatment. The Commission shall consist of community members representing stakeholder groups and non-voting government members from categories, as required by section 2602 of the Public Health Services Act. elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 2 47 0  
  Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) Corporate body and joint agency to implement the interstate medical licensure compact By seat Elizabeth.Keeton@dc.gov 3 2 0  
Thrive By Five Coordinating Council Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) To track and report to the Mayor the progress and achievement of the activities and outcomes of initiatives focused on improving the outcomes of infants and children from birth to age 5. FUNCTIONS •    Articulate a comprehensive framework of the Mayor’s various initiatives focused on infants and young children. •    Coordinate and align the plans, policies, programs and oversight bodies responsible for improving outcomes for infants and children from birth to age 5. •    Track and report progress and achievement of the activities and outcomes for each initiative. •    Identify duplications of efforts and make recommendations for streamlining and better coordination. •    Identify gaps and opportunities for additional services, programs and grant opportunities. Appointed by position Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov   8 0  
Mayor's Commission on Healthcare Systems Transformation (MCHST) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the Commission is to make recommendations to the Mayor on the strategies and investments necessary to transform health care delivery in the District of Columbia.  The Commission’s work shall focus on developing recommendations that address the current stresses in the District’s health care system   elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov   16 0  
  Age-Friendly DC Task Force Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the Task Force shall be to advise the Mayor regarding issues related to making the District of Columbia an age-friendly city by 2017 according to the World Health Organization's ("WHO") eight domains and two DC-specific domains: (1) outdoor spaces and buildings, (2) transportation, (3) housing, (4) social participation, (5) respect and social inclusion, (6) civic participation and employment, (7) communication and information, (8) community support and health services, (9) emergency preparedness and resilience, and (10) elder abuse, neglect, and fraud. Community Members, must be be individuals with professional and life experience relevant to at least 1 of the 10 domains. Government Members, should be an assigned agency director, deputy mayor or a designee. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 4 11 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/TLfBnI/Agefriendly-Dc-Task-Force
  Committee on Metabolic Disorders Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee shall: (1) Gather and disseminate information to further the public's understanding of metabolic disorders; (2) Consult the public, especially committees and groups of persons particularly affected by metabolic disorder programs; (3) Make available to the public information on the operation of all programs on metabolic disorders within the District of Columbia, except for confidential information.   Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 3 9 1 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/1SEhUb/Committee-On-Metabolic-Disorders
  Healthcare Alliance Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee shall, with the approval of the Director of DHCF, develop and maintain the District of Columbia Healthcare Alliance Drug Formulary for the District of Columbia Healthcare Alliance Program. The Committee shall also recommend policies and best practice approaches that would help evaluate and select drugs of proven safety and therapeutic benefits and make them available to beneficiaries of the District of Columbia Healthcare Alliance Program. The Committee shall be composed of the following twenty-one (21) members, who shall be appointed by the Director of DHCF:  a. The Medical Director of DHCF, who shall serve as the chairperson of the Committee and shall be a non-voting member of the Committee; except that the Medical Director may vote when there is a tie vote among the voting members of the Committee;  b. The DHCF Healthcare Delivery Management Administration (HCDMA) Director, who shall serve as the vice chairperson of the Committee and, in the absence of the Medical Director, shall serve as the chairperson of the Committee;  c. Four (4) physicians practicing in the District of Columbia and providing services to District of Columbia Healthcare Alliance beneficiaries;  d. Three (3) employees of the Department of Health Care Finance; Mayor's Order 2015-210 Page 2 of4 e. The medical director and the pharmacy manager of each of the three (3) managed care organizations (MCOs) providing services to District of Columbia Healthcare Alliance beneficiaries. The Director of DHCF, in appointing these members, shall designate one (1) representative of each MCO as a voting member of the Committee and one (1) representative of each MCO as a non-voting member of the Committee;  f. Two (2) employees of the pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) that administers the prescription drug program for the DC Healthcare Alliance;      g. Two (2) employees of the Department of Health's pharmaceutical warehouse; and  h. Two (2) representatives from the District of Columbia Pharmacy Providers Network (DCPPN), both of whom shall serve as non-voting members of the Committee.  Terms: 1. The Director of DHCF shall appoint the four (4) physician members of the Committee to serve for terms of three (3) years; The Director of DHCF shall appoint members to fill the remainder of unexpired terms as vacancies occur. No physician member of the Committee shall be appointed for more than three (3) terms.  2. The other members of the Committee shall serve at the pleasure of the DHCF Director; provided, each such member shall serve only during his or her incumbency as an employee or representative of the agency or entity for which he or she was appointed.  3. The Committee may establish subcommittees when deemed necessary to provide technical or professional support to achieve the Committee's purpose. Nonmembers may be appointed to subcommittees with the approval of the Medical Director of DHCF. alan.karnofsky@dc.gov 3 21 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/rqh9aq/District-Of-Columbia-Healthcare-Alliance-Pharmacy-And-Therapeutics-Committee
  Juvenile Abscondence Review Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee shall: (A) Identify cases in which a homicide, assault with intent to kill, or assault with a deadly weapon (firearm), was committed by or to a juvenile in abscondence; (B) Examine what steps could have been taken to prevent the juvenile from absconding; and (C) Recommend systemic improvements to identify and locate high risk youth that are in abscondence and have the propensity to commit or be involved in a homicide, assault with intent to kill, or assault with a deadly weapon. The following shall be members of the Committee: (A) The Director of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services, or his or her designee; (B) The Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, or his or her designee; (C) The Chief Judge of the Superior Court, or his or her designee; (D) The United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, or his or her designee; and (E) A public member, appointed by the Mayor, with advice and consent of the Council, who shall serve a 2-year term. Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 2 1 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/dmlu6s/Juvenile-Abscondence-Review
  Metropolitan Washington Regional Ryan White Planning Council Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Council shall:  a.    Establish priorities for the allocation of funds within the Region, including how best to meet such priorities and additional factors that a grantee should consider in allocating funds under a grant based on the factors set forth in section 2602(b)(4)(C)  of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. § 300ff-12(b)(4)(C));  b.    Develop a comprehensive plan for the organization and delivery of health services that is compatible with existing District, state, and local plans regarding the provision of health services to individuals with HIV/AIDS and that meets the requirements of section 2602(b)(4)(D)  of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. § 300ff-12(b)(4)(D));  c.    Assess the efficiency of the administrative mechanism in rapidly allocating funds to the areas of greatest need within the Region, and, at the discretion of the Council, assess the effectiveness, either directly or through contractual arrangements, of the services offered in meeting the identified needs.  The Council shall consist of the following thirty-three (33) members.  1.    Thirty (30) public members appointed by the Mayor, who shall include representation from the following categories, as required by section 2602 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. § 300ff-12(b)(2)):  A.    Health care providers, including federally qualified health centers;  B.    Community-based organizations serving populations affected by HIV/AIDS and AIDS service organizations;  C.    Social services providers, including providers of housing and services to the homeless;  D.    Mental health and substance abuse providers;  E.    Local public health agencies;  F.    Hospital planning or health care planning agencies;  G.    Affected communities, including individuals living with HIV/AIDS, members of a Federally-recognized Indian tribe as represented in the population, individuals co-infected with hepatitis B or C, and historically underserved groups and sub-populations;  H.    Non-elected community leaders (especially representatives from communities or populations most impacted by HIV/AIDS, based on social and geographic distribution);  I.    Grantees under subpart II of Part C of Title XXVI of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. §§ 300ff-51 et seq.);  J.    Grantees under section 2671 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. § 300ff-71) or, if none are operating in the Region, organizations with a history of serving children, youth, women, and families living with HIV and operating in the Region;  K.    Grantees of other federally-funded HIV programs including but not limited to providers of HIV prevention services and, if present in the Region, a representative of each of the following:  i.    A grantee under Part F: Special Projects of National Significance of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C.§ 300ff-101);  ii.    AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETCs);  iii.    HIV/AIDS Dental Reimbursement Program, the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and other federal programs if they provide treatment for HIV/AIDS, such as the Veterans Health Administration; and  L.     Individuals or representatives of individuals formerly incarcerated in a federal, District, state, or local prison and released within three (3) years before appointment with HIV/AIDS as of the date of release.  2.    The following three (3) government members:   A.    One (1) non-voting representative from the District of Columbia Department of Health Care Finance;  B.    One (1) non-voting representative from the District of Columbia Department of Behavioral Health; and  C.    One (1) voting representative of the District of Columbia Department of Health, the agency administering the program under Part B of Title XXVI of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C.§ 300ff-21 et seq.).  b.    The membership of the Council shall reflect the demographics of the population of individuals with HIV/AIDS in the Region.  c.    Not less than thirty-three percent (33%) of the Council shall be individuals who are receiving HIV-related services pursuant to a grant under section 2601(a) of the Public Health Service Act (42 USCS § 300ff-11(a)), are not officers, employees, or consultants to any entity that receives amounts from such a grant, and do not represent any such entity.  For purposes of the preceding sentence, an individual shall be considered to be receiving such services if the individual is a parent of, or a caregiver for, a minor child who is receiving such services.  With respect to membership on the Council, this subsection shall not be construed as having any effect on entities that receive funds from grants under any of parts B through F of Title XXVI of the Public Health Service Act (42 USCS §§ 300ff-21 through 300ff-101) but do not receive funds from grants under section 2601(a) of the Public Health Service Act (42 USCS § 300ff-11(a)), on officers or employees of such entities, or on individuals who represent such entities Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov 2 33 3 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/GewfND/Metropolitan-Washington-Regional-Ryan-White-Planning-Council
  Task Force on School Mental Health Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The legislation establishes a Task Force on School Mental Health (Task Force) to "steer the creation of a comprehensive plan to expand school-based behavioral health programs and services".   David.Jones5@dc.gov   8 0  
  Health Literacy Council Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The  District Health Literacy Council ("HLC"). The HLC is tasked with educating District residents on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (commonly described as "Obamacare). The law also requires the Mayor to develop and submit strategic plans to the Council regarding the advancement of health literacy education in the District's public education providers, including in workforce development programs, DCPS and charter schools, and public universities.   By seat Elizabeth.Keeton@dc.gov 3 8 0 https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/HH4MA3mIAP/Health-Literacy-Council
  Advisory Committee on Acupuncture Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The practice of acupuncture in accordance with guidelines approved by the Advisory Committee on Acupuncture Licensed in District; unaffiliated public member melissa.irby@dc.gov 3 4 4 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/vNSftO/Advisory-Committee-On-Acupuncture
  Advisory Committee on Anesthesiologist Assistants Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Committee on Anesthesiologist Assistants shall develop and submit to the Board guidelines for the licensing and regulation of anesthesiologist assistants in the District. The guidelines shall set forth the actions which may be performed by anesthesiologist assistants under the direct supervision of a licensed anesthesiologist, who shall be responsible for the overall medical direction of the care and treatment of patients. Appropriate licensure and practice in the District melissa.irby@dc.gov 3 2 2 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/kZc6QE/Advisory-Committee-On-Anesthesiologists-Assistants
  Advisory Committee on Naturopathic Medicine Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Committee on Naturopathic Medicine shall develop and submit to the Board guidelines for the licensing of naturopathic physicians and the regulation of the practice of naturopathic medicine in the District. Appropriate licensure and practice in the District melissa.irby@dc.gov 3 3 2 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/0sC3Vm/Advisory-Committee-On-Naturopathic-Medicine
  Advisory Committee on Physician Assistants Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Committee on Physician Assistants shall develop and submit to the Board guidelines for the licensing and regulation of physician assistants in the District. The guidelines shall set forth the actions which may be performed by physician assistants in collaboration with a licensed physician or osteopath, who shall be responsible for the overall medical direction of the care and treatment of patients, and the levels of collaboration required for each action. Appropriate licensure and practice in the District melissa.irby@dc.gov 3 3 1 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/yKAnqf/Advisory-Committee-On-Physician-Assistants
  Advisory Committee on Polysomnography Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Committee on Polysomnography shall develop and submit to the Board guidelines for licensing, registration, and regulation of polysomnographic technologists, polysomnographic technicians, and polysomnographic trainees in the District. The guidelines shall set forth the education and experience requirements for registration and licensure and the actions that may be performed by polysomnographic technologists, polysomnographic technicians, and polysomnographic trainees Appropriate licensure and practice in the District melissa.irby@dc.gov 5 5 2 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/Dwf0sI/Advisory-Committee-On-Polysomnography
  Advisory Committee on Surgical Assistants Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Committee on Surgical Assistants shall develop and submit to the Board guidelines for the licensing and regulation of surgical assistants in the District. The guidelines shall set forth the actions that may be performed by surgical assistants under the direct supervision of a licensed surgeon, who shall be responsible for the overall medical direction of the care and treatment of patients. Appropriate licensure and practice in the District melissa.irby@dc.gov 5 5 4 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/y978Xl/Advisory-Committee-On-Surgical-Assistants
  Advisory Committee on Trauma Technologists Direct Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Advisory Committee on Trauma Technologists shall develop and submit to the Board guidelines for the licensing and regulation of trauma technologists in the District. The guidelines shall set forth the actions that may be performed by trauma technologists under both the direct supervision and indirect supervision of a licensed physician who shall be responsible for the overall medical direction of the care and treatment of emergency patients. Of the members of the Advisory Committee on Trauma Technologists, 2 shall be emergency room physicians licensed in the District with experience working with trauma technologists, and one shall be a trauma technologist who shall be deemed to be and shall become licensed in the District.  1 member of this committee shall be appointed to a term of 2 years and 1 member shall be appointed to a term of 3 years. Subsequent appointments shall be for terms of 3 years. melissa.irby@dc.gov 3 3 0 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/ZVl2EJ/Advisory-Committee-On-Trauma-Technologists
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