|Chairman Linda W. Cropp at the request of the
A PROPOSED RESOLUTION IN THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
To confirm the appointment of Mr. Michael Sainte-Andress to the Citizen Complaint
RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited
as the "Citizen Complaint Review Board Michael Sainte-Andress Confirmation Resolution
Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:
Mr. Michael Sainte-Andress
230 Rhode Island Avenue, N.E., #303
Washington, D.C. 20002
as a member of the Citizen Complaint Review Board, established by section 5 of the
Office of Citizen Complaint Review Establishment Act of 1998, effective March 26, 1999
(D.C. Law 12208; D.C. Code §4-914), for a term to end 2-years from the date a majority of
the first members are installed.
Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this
resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.
Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.
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230 Rhode Island Ave NE #303
Washington, DC 20002
Lincoln University; Lincoln University, PA 19352
BA in English & Sociology - May, 1972
July, 1973-July, 1975 (Active Duty/U.S. Navy)
Rank: E4/3rd Class Petty Officer (Administrative Rating Yeoman)
July, 1975 - August, 1977 (U.S. Navy reserves)
March, 1999 to July, 1999, D.C CARE CONSORTIUM (Limited Consultancy), Interim CRN
Coordinator. Washington, DC:
Coordination,, monitoring and evaluation of the HIV/AIDS clinical trials education and
information project. Facilitates the referral of clients to appropriate clinical trials
& related program initiatives; creates & distributes relevant materials; presents
before Federal and local government entities, community, church and school organizations;
coordinates the development & distribution of the Mid-Atlantic Region HIV/AIDS
Clinical Trials Guide and convenes the advisory Council.
September, 1998 to December, 1998, D.C CARE CONSORTIUM (Limited Consultancy), Training
Initiatives Project Coordinator:
Responsible for developing, coordinating & implementing three components of
informational & training projects. Collaborative efforts that involved setting
agendas, finding appropriate topic presenters, scheduling arrangements for related
services and catering as well as assisting in development of a needs-specific training
December, 1992 Retirement (2/94), MAX ROBINSON CENTER/WHITMAN-WALKER CLINIC, Community
Health Outreach Specialist/Certified HIV/AIDS Educator & Peer Counselor. Washington.
Provided basic HIV/AIDS education & prevention information, skills building &
promotion to targeted populations. Provided one-on-one as well as group instruction &
counseling on safer sex, proper condom use, HIV transmission & testing, needle
disinfection, accessing services & facilitating and/or coordinating meetings and
teaching specific classes as requested by community service organizations, churches and
October, 1990 to November, 1999, CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL FACULTY ASSOCIATES (CFA),
Insurance Reimbursement & Appeals Specialist, Washington, DC
Evaluated necessity for appeals negotiations on unresolved Accounts for all departments
through verbal and written communication and coordinated appropriate terms between
provider of care, insurance carriers & responsible parties.
April, 1989 to October 1990, CFA; Patient Account Specialist
Resolved billing issues on patients' accounts on computerized system through contact
with responsible parties, service providers and insurance carrier. Responsible for
research & maintenance of information to monitor the progress of financial resolution
March, 1988 to April, 1989, GROUP INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION (GIA), Claims Examiner,
Determined benefits as a third party administrator for D.C. Government employees'
vision & dental insurance, maintained files & was responsible for training
October, 1986 to September, 1990, THE HECHT COMPANY, Sales Associate (PIT). WDC
Direct retail sales, promotion & merchandising; included customer service &
assistance, cash & credit transactions; inventory & stock assistance &
telephone sales & inquiries, as well as on-line computer terminal transactions.
July, 1982 to June, 1986, CLAIMS ADMINISTRATION CORPORATION (CAC), Auditor/Trainer
(Instructor), Rockville MD
Provided dental medical & customer service insurance instruction to incoming claims
and customer service employees. Provided in-house audits & systems review
coordination; developed an] revised curricula & materials for personnel training,
testing and skills evaluation & measurement & provided performance evaluations on
January, 1979 to July, 1982, NATIONAL TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION/SERVICE
MANAGEMENT COMPANY, Sr. Claims Examiner/COB Specialist, Washington. DC
Assessed benefits for medical, hospital, dental & short-term disability insurance.
Promotions to Sr. Examiner & COB Specialist involved resolution of all COB problems
with Medicare & other commercial carriers; assisted department manager &
supervisor in various administrative tasks as well as training and monitoring the progress
of new hirees.