Daniel Curley is an innovator and leader in the field of human service program development and management, strengthening government and non-profit structures and providing leadership capacity building for staff, consumers of services and community members. His experience includes work in the fields of disability, poverty, housing, public health, substance abuse, mental health and research services, disease prevention and care along with service models targeting families, children & youth; often poor, disabled, homeless and/or addicted to substances. Along with these efforts Daniel provides cutting edge web based resources focused on affordable housing, client record data recording and reporting across local, state & national systems.
Daniel is a veteran organization development consultant providing services throughout New England and abroad. Most recently Daniel held the position of Commissioner of Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance, agency serving one-in-eight individuals in the Commonwealth as the department prepared for dramatic upgrades and replacements to legacy client record, program integrity and financial data systems. Prior to this, he served as Executive Director of JRI Health, a large human services organization providing, youth and adult services along with training, organization development and research services. While managing the organization, Daniel provided CEO Coaching and Organizational Consultation to a variety of individuals and organizations within and outside of the United States. His existing and past clients include here in Massachusetts: Project Hope, Boston Public Health Commission, SPAN, Dimock Community Health Center, and Massachusetts Departments of EOHHS, to name a few. International consultations include: Partners In Health, Haiti, Avenue Clinic Botswana, and NFSC Uganda/USA most recently. Never one to concentrate on singular career paths, he also co-founded HousingWorks, Inc. a web-based national for-profit corporation providing client record, search and data collection services to organizations providing shelter, safe haven from domestic violence, and affordable/special needs housing.
Daniel attended the University of Massachusetts and holds a B.A. Special Education, and a M.A. Education with an emphasis in Adult Education and Organizational Development. Throughout his career, civic involvement has been a primary focus. His philanthropic work has resulted in numerous recognitions, including Boston Public Health Commissionís Certificate of Achievement and Appreciation, Massachusetts State Senate Official Citation for Outstanding Leadership, and the designation of a Daniel Curley Day in Boston in 2004.
A guiding principle in Danielís philosophy of inherent potential is the core belief that each individual and organization has the capacity for learning, participating and serving. He brings this philosophy to his work in the development of pioneering programs, the turnaround of underperforming organizations, and the necessary development of collaboration among human service and health care organizations to insure creative, and successful service models. His accomplishments embody the spirit of public service.
Daniel Curley - Honors and Achievements
Daniel Curley - Research, Presentations, and Publications
David Kokorowski is a physicist turned entrepreneur who has a passion for using technology to improve science education. David is also the co-founder of HousingWorks, a company that provides online tools to streamline application, waitlist management, and compliance reporting for the affordable, subsidized, and special needs housing market. While working on his Doctorate, he supplied all the programming and much of the interface for HousingWorks.net.
After obtaining his PhD in experimental atomic physics from MIT, David spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow developing and studying the effectiveness of a prototype online homework system. Based on this work, David joined Effective Educational Technologies (EET) and helped to develop MasteringPhysics--a personalized learning application now available across the higher-ed science curriculum and used by 30% of all US undergraduate science students. EET was acquired by Pearson Education in 2006, where David has continued guiding the expansion and evolution of the Mastering product line as well as helping define the future of Pearson's higher-ed learning technologies.
David lives in Jamaica Plain, and outside of work, spends most of his time with his wife and two young, very energetic boys.
John's work history includes:
John LaBella - Honors and Achievements