Our Team

Adanarys Barragán Solorio | Program Manager, Community Resilience

Adanarys Barragán Solorio was born and raised in Boston, and has been involved in many community efforts relating to education, transportation, immigration, and youth employment. She served as the Executive Director of Beantown Society prior to joining the Office of Public Health Preparedness. Adanarys is passionate about bridging emergency preparedness with community organizing to have stronger, more resilient communities.


Janine Barros, MS | Program Manager, Healthcare System Preparedness

Janine Barros is the Program Manager for Boston Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (Boston HPC). She is responsible for overseeing program and project management of the Boston HPC on behalf of Boston Public Health Commission and leading the development and completion of initiates set forth by Boston HPC executive Committee and various project specific working groups. She manages outreach, partnership engagement, and member relationship building with the healthcare disciplines across Boston HPC, and with community and statewide partners.

Janine has a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management with a concentration in Project Management from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Science in Management from Bridgewater State University. She joined BPHC in 2014 as a Youth Development Specialist for the Child Adolescence Health Bureau. In this role she served students attending Boston Public Schools, their family, and other social agents identifying and addressing barriers averting school attendance to ultimately reduce and eliminate chronic absenteeism. Janine is also a Racial Justice Health Equity Facilitator for the BPHC Professional Development Series Facilitator. She is passionate about connecting people to resources.

Lauren Dion | Program Manager for Response Operation

Lauren Dion is the Program Manager for Response Operations in the Office of Public Health Preparedness. Her role supports and enhances OPHP's Medical Intelligence Center (MIC) Duty Officer Program. Her goal is to ensure that MIC Duty Officers have the knowledge, skills, and tools to quickly and effectively respond to any emerging threats or hazards that impact the health and well-being of City of Boston residents and the city's public health and healthcare systems.

Lauren graduated from University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2020 with a B.S. in Public Health Sciences and Psychological Brain Sciences. Prior to joining the Boston Public Health Commission, she completed a year of public service through the AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) program. 

Courtney Mark Grey | Director, Disaster Behavioral Health

Courtney Grey is the Director of Disaster Behavioral Health (DBH) in the Office of Public Health Preparedness, and is responsible for designing trainings, workshops, seminars, tabletops and live exercises that instill the field-tested skills necessary to address the biological, psychological, and social impacts of large-scale, potentially traumatic events. This includes workforce protection and self-care measures for deployed resources.

Mr. Grey has coordinated countless local and national DBH deployments for singleton incidents of homicide, suicide, fires, etc., as well as natural and man-made disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. His training content includes best practices and lessons learned from deployments in school, community, and institutional settings. He has been with BPHC for over 10 years.

Mr. Grey is a Trainer of Trainers for Psychological First Aid (PFA), developed by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) under the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA).


Matthew Miller | Finance Manager

Matthew is provides administrative support to the office of Public Health Preparedness and our DelValle Institute for Emergency Preparedness. 

Matthew attended Boston University, graduating from the College of General Studies in 2019 and Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences in 2021, receiving a B.S in Health Sciences. Before joining OPHP, he was part of a team researching Merkel Cell Carcinoma at MGH. He is currently completing his MPH at Boston University.

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