Dan Goldman, MPH
Senior Managing Director, Institutional Development
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Daniel Goldman brings nearly ten years of experience in development, public health, HIV/AIDS, health care and strategic planning. He comes to GMHC with extensive grant writing expertise to drive innovative programming, operations and capital projects. Prior to his appointment, Daniel served as Associate Vice President of Grants at Harlem United Community AIDS Center, where he led the creation of the Grants Department, oversaw all grant writing activities and headed various special projects. Before joining Harlem United, he served as Deputy Director of Development at APICHA Community Health Center. Daniel played a key role in APICHA’s successful growth and transformation from an HIV-specialty provider to a Federally Qualified Health Center. Prior to his work at APICHA, Daniel lived and worked in Thailand and Indonesia conducting HIV/AIDS prevention education with several groups with and at high risk for HIV, particularly female commercial sex workers. His work and travel in developing countries inspired him to pursue a career in public health.
Daniel holds a Master of Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Jewish Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. His graduate studies concentrated on health policy administration and global health. Daniel was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Among many things, he loves running, traveling, espresso, and French Bulldogs.
Jennay M. Thompson, MSW
Senior Managing Director, Coordinated Care
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Employed at GMHC since 1996, Jennay has served as a health educator, entitlement specialist, case manager, group facilitator and program administrator for several programs. Mrs. Thompson oversees the Health Homes, Intake, Steps Towards Housing and Transitional Care Coordination programs.
Attentive to emerging trends and issues affecting the HIV community, Jennay has expertise in delivering and managing HIV Care Coordination services, which has given her a solid track record in program performance. She has been instrumental in restructuring programs, starting new initiatives at GMHC and is currently coordinating GMHC’s work with the integration of Health Homes, Health and Recovery Programs (HARPS) and Home and Community Bases Services (HCBS). Mrs. Thompson received her BA from Long Island University and a Master of Social Work from Hunter College.
Managing Director, Human Resources & Compliance
Donna comes to GMHC with more than 20 years’ Human Resources management experience in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. For the past 18 years, Donna worked for the National Kidney Foundation and served on their Minority Outreach, Personnel and Retirement Committees. She began her career in Human Resources with Virgin Atlantic Airways and was their first full time recruiter in the USA. Donna utilizes her expertise to work with GMHC's diverse staff population with a heavy focus on recruiting and hiring, benefits administration and compliance.
Managing Director, Contracts & Budgets
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Kraig has 10+ years of experience in the areas of Accounting, Contract Management, and Financial Management. He served as Senior Contract Manager at BTQ Financial, a firm specializing in providing Not-For-Profit agencies with quality financial management services. Agencies he has provided contract management services for include Harlem United, Bailey House, and the Family Center. He served as Director of Operations as well as AVP of Budgets and Government Contracts, at Harlem United from May 2012 to May 2015 before joining GMHC.
David V. Hind
Managing Director, Nutrition, Work & Wellness
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David oversees GMHC’s Workforce Development Center, Congregate Meals Program, Nutrition Counseling & Education Services and The Wellness Center program staff, volunteers and clients. David has been with GMHC since 2004,starting as Assistant Director of Volunteer Services, being promoted to Associate Director of Client Wellness, Meals and Volunteer Services when GMHC merged several program services. This promotion added oversight of Client Wellness Services (including complimentary therapies, cultural and recreation services and Adult Continuing Education scholarship program) and the Meals, Nutrition and Pantry Programs to his portfolio.
After a short break from GMHC, David returned as an independent contractor to the Human Resources Department, later being hired as the Assistant Director of Human Resources. In 2010, David was promoted to the position of Director of the Volunteer, Work and Wellness Center, adding the full scope of GMHC’s job readiness services to his range of responsibility. David received his BA in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. David is an active member of the Association of Nutrition Services Agencies, The New York Coalition of HIV/AIDS Nutrition Services, the New York Association of Volunteer Administrators and the New York City Training & Employment Coalition. He has served as an Executive Board Member of Heritage of Pride, New York’s official LGBT Pride event organizer.
Hannah Hirschland, LMSW
Managing Director, Analytics & Evaluation
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Hannah has over 10 years of experience in the fields of HIV/AIDS, mental health, developmental disabilities, and children’s services. Hannah joined GMHC in 2013 as the Assistant Director of Health Informatics, where she oversaw GMHC’s quality management program and implementation of the electronic health record. In 2014 she was promoted to her current position which includes also overseeing program evaluations, data management and analysis, and research initiatives.
Prior to GMHC, Hannah worked at the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services in programs for adults with mental illness including supportive housing, licensed mental health clinics, care management, and day services. She coordinated quality improvement initiatives and was instrumental in the launch of the Personalized Recovery Oriented Services and Medicaid Health Home programs. Hannah has also held positions in various direct service and administrative capacities at YAI, the Association to Benefit Children, NYC Administration of Children’s Services, and NYC Department of Education. Hannah grew up in Michigan and holds a BS in Human Development from Cornell University and a MS in Social Work from Columbia University.
After practicing public interest law for more than a decade, Kamilla joined GMHC in 2017 as the Managing Director of Legal Services. Kamilla began her legal career while attending Rutgers School of Law—Newark, where she assisted many low-income clients living with HIV/AIDS. Shortly after graduating law school, Kamilla completed a clerkship with the Hon. Edith K. Payne, J.A.D. at the Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division, where she worked on a wide array of civil and criminal appeals. She continued her career as a Staff Attorney at the HIV Law Project representing clients living with HIV/AIDS in all aspects of their legal needs, including such matters as housing, benefits, family law, immigration, discrimination, and breaches of confidentiality. In 2008, Kamilla joined the New York Legal Assistance Group first as a Supervising Attorney leading their Housing Project, and then as Associate Director, Housing Law. In that capacity, she assisted hundreds of low-income clients and their families with their legal housing needs and grew the project from a team of three to 22 attorneys and paralegals.
In 2010, Kamilla chaired the AIDS Committee of the New York City Bar Association. She has also worked for the New York City Council as Counsel to the Housing and Buildings Committee and, at that time, the Subcommittee on Public Housing as a legislative attorney drafting bills, holding public hearings, and working on city-wide policy matters, and as the Director of Eviction Prevention Services for the Safety Net Project at the Urban Justice Center.