Jack Vondras has worked in the field of public health for more than 30 years, playing a leading role in helping communities address some of their most pressing public health concerns, including drug and alcohol addiction, mental health, and HIV/AIDS. He has special expertise in program management, strengthening care systems, improving services for high-risk populations, and increasing access to primary care resources.
As the administrative director for the Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT), Vondras directs finance staff in the management of day-to-day operations, ensuring the efficiency of contract management, project oversight, execution of contract tasks, and financial management. He is also the senior advisor to the Massachusetts Training and Technical Assistance Partnership (MassTAPP), overseeing and mentoring the project to implement improved systems for contract management/compliance, financial monitoring, and overall project administration.
Before joining EDC, Vondras directed the health departments for the cities of Somerville, MA, and Gloucester, MA. He currently serves on the board of directors for North Shore Community Health, which runs federally qualified health centers. In 2009, he was awarded the John D. Crowley Award for Outstanding Achievement in Local Public Health by the Massachusetts Association of Health Directors.
Vondras holds an MS in public health from the University of Tennessee.
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