The MassGenics global division of AIC is a Public Health Consulting firm that deploys personnel in over 60 countries. Our decades of sophisticated expertise give us the unique ability to recruit, deploy, manage, and support our Global Public Health Medical, Technical, and Scientific Consultants as they serve our clients domestically and around the world. Our consultants have the capabilities to lead or train personnel at every project level.
Our shared goal is to promote the well-being of our global community by leading and fostering medical and social development and highlighting socioeconomic differences, while maintaining increased sensitivity toward cultural and environmental distinctions. We create and adhere to cost savings metrics, monitoring ongoing project/assignment progress, making anticipated operational adjustments before they are needed, and optimizing available resources, while collaborating with our clients to achieve synergies and success. We are committed to our mission of “Promoting Health and Improving Lives.”
MassGenics is currently working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by deploying and supporting approximately 150 consultants working in 42 countries. The services rendered are for all Centers/Institutes/Offices (CIO) within CDC, as well as for the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS relief partners, including, but not limited to, all Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Operating Divisions, Department of Defense (DOD), U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), U.S. Department of State, Peace Corps, and the Department of Labor (DOL).
We have successfully created the ideal employment strategy for the CDC to meet their intense humanitarian expectations for each country. We are committed to the success of the CDC mission by helping any foreign country when needed.
- Rich Thomas – President
- Nick Goel – CFO
- Chris Shaw – Treasurer
- Chuck Weiss – VP
- April Campo – VP Operations
- Tony Guthrie – Director, Business Development
- Scott Lovett – Program Director