Cindy Montoya, BSNational Implementation and Utilization Manager

    Cindy brings over 10 years of experience within the health care field in clinic organization, data management, and the client fulfillment spectrum. She has worked with children and in case management, as well as in other interdisciplinary work as an Advocate for Connect for Health Lifespan. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and has specialty experience within the ethical scope of clinic performance and the various methods utilized to perform as a skilled manager.

    For GGC, Cindy manages the implementation, utilization, and engagement for Rhode Island SMART® sites, including providing core training curricula and modules for any new staff members. She initiates all meetings with architects and construction companies to manage the clinic’s build. She ensures that operations are in adherence to the SMART® Model as an integrated asset within the school and within the principal’s leadership team. She also ensures that every student in every school is consented in order to achieve 100% Consented, and 100% Consented Seen, in each SMART® Clinic. She provides vision and leadership as the driver of the SMART® Model’s business fundamentals in keeping with the SMART® Whole Child, Whole School approach; manages and leverages reports from eTHOS, SMART®’s Knowledge Management System, to guide the successful implementation of Active Access to Active Care; and provides onsite assistance, as needed, to support teams and operational success.

    Cindy graduated from Rhode Island College in Providence with a Bachelor of Science in health care administration, specializing in human resource management, quality management, healthy policy, and contemporary issues.