Terone Green is the National Director of State Alliance Development at The Sullivan Alliance. He is an accomplished healthcare and not-for-profit executive with proven leadership in devising and executing strategies to develop new business, enter new markets, increase market share, and drive business transformation. He has worked in top level executive and public service positions related to medical administration and healthcare and has guided teams in all aspects of healthcare operations and non-for-profit administration.
Mr. Green is expert at cultivating community relationships and forging strategic partnerships with non-profits, health agencies, government officials, and academic institutions. He has excellent communication and problem-solving skills. A critical change agent and tactical marketing expert with a track record of launching effective advocacy campaigns and instituting best practices, Mr. Green is a former community organizer and Vice President of a leading Virginia Health Maintenance Organization.
His work with The Sullivan Alliance includes responsibility for the promotion of and the development of statewide and regional consortium of minority undergraduate colleges with academic health centers—encouraging each of these alliances to develop its own unique focus and interventions.He provides senior organizational and strategic leadership when forging coalitions between Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and academic health science centers toward the cultivation of minority pre-professionals in the health and basic sciences. As a result, the academic partners of The Sullivan Alliance have formed a significant reservoir of research talent from which to assemble multidisciplinary teams representing faculty and students from basic health, social and behavioral science. The Alliance’s institutional state partners act as “pathfinders” to identify and test best practices to diversify the health workforce. These best practices are leveraged and highlighted in our national work.
Mr. Green has assisted cities in developing comprehensive healthcare policies including creation of policy documents that identify the health priorities and goals and recommended strategies toward success. He has identified and analyzed the social factors that give rise to healthcare problems so that the cities may develop recommendations that can be implemented both in the short-term and long-term to ameliorate those disparities.
Mr. Green serves and has served on; the Governor’s Commission on Citizen Empowerment, Board of Health Professions, Board of Medical Assistance Services, Medical College of Virginia Hospital Authority Board, Virginia Health Services Cost Review Council, Richmond Planning Commission, Richmond Personnel Board, Richmond Ambulance Authority, National Urban League National Health Policy Coalition. In 2002, Mr. Green was appointed by then Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tommy Thompson to the National Advisory Council on Minority Health and Health Disparities-National Institutes of Health. Mr. Green also served as the founding chairman of the Florence Neil Cooper Smith Sickle Cell Initiative at the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, chairman of the Richmond Urban League and board of directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Richmond, Virginia. Mr. Green held a faculty appointment as an Assistant Professor of Management at Saint Paul’s College. Mr. Green was recently appointed by the judges of the Circuit Court of Henrico County, Va. to a five a appointment to the Board of Zoning Appeals. Over the past 20 years, Mr. Green has published over 40 Featured, Op-Ed, Perspective, Back Page articles that have often served to establish greater understanding about an issue, public policy or simply express a point of view for the sake of inciting debate and intellectual exchange.
Mr. Green earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Howard University, a Masters of Public Administration from Southeastern University, and is recognized as a Fellow at The University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute.
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