Jordana Rutigliano serves as the Assistant Vice President for Psychosocial Services at the Institute for Family Health, a large, multidisciplinary federally qualified health center network. Jordana has served in this role since 2012 and has grown her career with the Institute, serving in different leadership capacities since 2008, when she started as an administrative social work intern. In her current role, Jordana assists in the oversight of all behavioral health, care management, social services and community programs for a diverse and interdisciplinary social work department, including working with special populations such as SMI, HIV-positive, homeless, and the uninsured. Her role includes a wide variety of leadership tasks including supervision of a diverse and multidisciplinary group of staff and students, grant writing and oversight, budget management, and providing quality assurance oversight of numerous programs. As a champion of patient centered, high quality community behavioral health services, Jordana has been involved in training on behavioral health compliance and collaborative documentation, gaining her national recognition in the field as an expert.

In addition to her work at the Institute, Jordana has served as Compliance Officer and Director of Quality Management at a community based nonprofit. Jordana has a Master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from SUNY-Stony Brook.