Moisés Pérez-Martínez

Vice President of Workforce, Community & Government Relations

Moises Pérez-Martínez is the Vice President of the Workforce, Community and Government Relations department, which is responsible for oversight of programs and initiatives in workforce and training, community and patient engagement and cultural competency and health literacy.

Moises is a seasoned executive with more than twenty years of experience in the design, development, and management of innovative health and human services solutions. He is the founder/co-founder of numerous iconic community-based organizations such as City-as-School, The Door-A Center of Alternatives, El Puente, The Center for Organizational Development at CSS, and Alianza Dominicana. He has received numerous awards, including the Points of Light Foundation award (issued by the President of the United States), The Ellis Island Medal of Honor, The Distinguished Alumnus Award-Brooklyn College CUNY, The Center for Community Health Partnerships, and the Presidential Medal of Honor (Dominican Republic).

  • Brooklyn College, BA in Education (Cum Laude)
  • National Urban League, George Edmund Hyanes National Fellow
  • Ellis Island Medal of Honor, 2010
  • Presidential Medal of Honor, President of the Dominican Republic, 2010
  • Center for Community Health Partnership, “Partnerships Make a Difference Award”, 2005
  • Hispanic Federation of New York, Community Based Organization of the Year, 2002
  • Points of Light Foundation, President’s Award, Excellence in Community Service, 2002
  • Dean’s Distinguished Service Award, 2002

Areas of Expertise

  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Workforce and Training
  • Cultural Competency &
    Health Literacy
  • Community Leadership
  • Community Health Workers