Jendy Dunlop serves as the Health and Medical Coordination Manager for the Metro Region (4AB) Preparedness Coalition. Ms. Dunlop brings over ten years of experience in public health service and health sector process improvement, with 8 years of experience in health sector emergency preparedness planning and response. Ms. Dunlop comes to Cambridge Health Alliance from the Emergency Preparedness Research, Evaluation, and Practice Program (EPREP) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where as Project Manager, she led the development of numerous state, regional, and local level healthcare preparedness initiatives from conceptualization through implementation and evaluation phases. Prior to this, Ms. Dunlop managed federally funded emergency preparedness planning and response efforts for a regional healthcare coalition in Columbus, Ohio. This role involved significant multidisciplinary collaboration and partnership building, along with coverage of a 24/7 on call regional healthcare liaison role that was activated for the 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak as well as during other regional and local incidents. A Boston native, Ms. Dunlop completed her graduate studies at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, where she received her Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Health Management and Policy. She maintains CHEP (Certified Healthcare Emergency Professional) certification through the International Board for Certification of Safety Managers.
Planning and Operations Coordinator
Ari Winograd is the Planning and Operations Coordinator for the Metro Regional Preparedness Coalition at Cambridge Health Alliance. Before joining the HMCC, Ari spent the past 9 years working in Emergency Medical Services. He worked as a EMT, Field Training Officer, Emergency Dispatcher, and Supervisor at Armstrong Ambulance Service in Metro-Boston and most recently worked as an EMT at Boston Medflight.
In addition to the HMCC, Ari is a Firefighter/EMT with a local Fire Department.
He received his BA from Clark University and received his MA in Homeland Security at Northeastern University focusing in Emergency Management and Geographical Information Technology.