Bryan Grove - Consultant, Organizational Effectiveness - firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan Grove has been an Organizational Effectiveness Consultant with APHSA since March of 2016. During Bryan's first year with APHSA, Bryan worked primarily with Health and Human Services Value Curve translation, facilitating deep dive assessments of local systems of care seeking to move vulnerable populations upstream in integration of Health and Human Services to improve outcomes and save health costs downstream; and evaluation of the impact of the ACA on the level of integration between Medicaid and SNAP program in 6 states across the US. Prior to working for APHSA, Bryan worked at the MS Department of Human Services. In addition to his role as a program director for Early Childhood Care and Development with the childcare subsidy program, Bryan served as an organizational effectiveness facilitator for the agency division directors and for the agency leadership development program. Originally from the state of Washington, Bryan studied Sustainable Community Development from the University of Washington honors college. A portion of the degree provided a year of practical experience focusing on empowerment and community development in rural Morocco after a 2004 earthquake. Bryan moved to Jackson, MS in 2008 as a consultant to facilitate the creation of a multi-ethnic college housing and mentoring community for the John and Vera Mae Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation and Development near Jackson State University. While involved in this work, Bryan completed his Masters or Arts degree in Urban Planning at Jackson State University with an emphasis in community development and housing and sought to apply these principles of sustainable community development within positions in state and local government. Together with Bryan’s wife, Mallory, he loves to connect across cultures, helping others build bridges of friendship, understanding, justice and trust.