The three Change Matrix partners blend backgrounds and experience in law, psychology, and public health that determined our four focus areas – Health Disparities and Equity, Public Health Approach to Mental Health, Leading in Complex Environments, and Collaboration and Conflict. We infuse cultural and linguistic competence, youth and family engagement, and evaluation into all of the work that we do.
The National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities (NPA) included the development of regional cooperatives called Regional Health Equity Councils (RHECs). These are independent non-governmental organizations located in the ten health regions across the country. Suganya has worked on NPA related activities since 2007 and currently is serving as an external facilitator for RHECs VIII, IX, and X.Learn more »
The US Department of Health Services has developed the Enhanced CLAS (culturally and linguistically appropriate services) Standards to provide guidance to organizations. Change Matrix offers this tool to help organizations as they apply these standards into policies, structures, and processes.Learn more »
We live in a world of increasing complexity, dynamic change and decreasing resources. Our organizations, systems, and communities have to do more with less and are more dependent on each other. In order to address these complex issues and constantly evolve, an innovative and collective approach to change is required.
At Change Matrix, we have divided the change process into three distinct parts to organize our work – Motivating Change, Managing Change, and Measuring Change. We offer specific services to address clients’ needs around motivating, managing, and measuring change within their communities, organizations, and/or systems.Learn more »