Jordana Rutigliano serves as the Assistant Vice President for Psychosocial Services at the Institute for Family Health, a multidisciplinary, federally-qualified health center network. Ms. Rutigliano began her career at the Institute as an administrative social work intern in 2008, and has grown her career there through various positions since. She currently assists in the oversight of all behavioral health, care management, social services and community programs for a diverse and interdisciplinary social work department, including clients struggling with serious mental illness, HIV/AIDS, homelessness, and lack of insurance. Ms. Rutigliano supervises a diverse and multidisciplinary group of staff and students, writes and oversees grants, manages budgets, and provides quality assurance oversight for several programs. An advocate for patient-centered, high-quality community behavioral health services, Ms. Rutigliano has conducted trainings on behavioral health compliance and collaborative documentation. She has also served as a compliance officer and director of quality management at a community-based nonprofit. Ms. Rutigliano holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from SUNY Stony Brook, and a master’s degree from the Columbia School of Social Work.