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Marianne Raimondo is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Health Care Administration program at Rhode Island College. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in healthcare management and policy. She also serves as the Executive Director for the Institute for Education in Healthcare at RIC, which develops and delivers educational programs to health care organizations, behavioral health organizations and social service providers. She has been a leader in designing career ladders and apprenticeship programs to support the advancement and development of the healthcare workforce.
She co-founded and leads the Age Friendly Rhode Island initiative. Age Friendly RI is a coalition of community and state agencies, healthcare and social service providers, advocacy and faith based organizations, academics, and business and municipal leaders who are working to catalyze change and build community that supports and empowers Rhode Islanders as they age.
She is currently the Principal Investigator on several grants including: Trauma Informed Care at Thundermist Health Center; Age Friendly RI Tufts Health Plan Foundation, Quality Management for the HIV Ryan White Program RI EOHHS/Medicaid, Housing Plus RI Foundation and others.
She is a member of the Board for the PACE organization and Tockwotten on the Waterfront, long term care providers in RI. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
BS Chemistry Providence College
MS Epidemiology/Biostatistics University Massachusetts, Amherst
MSW Rhode Island College
Ph.D. Public Health/Health Policy & Management University Massachusetts at Amherst