Advisory Board

Dr. C. James-Marrast

Advisory Board Member

Mrs. M. Grant

Advisory Board Member

Prof. C. Reid

Advisory Board Member

Mrs. J. Domage

Advisory Board Member

Dr. C. James-Marrast

advisory Board Member

ECF Advisory Board welcomes Dr. C. James-Marrast. Dr. James-Marrast has been a Registered Nurse for 24 years. Her work and teaching experience includes bedside nursing (Medical Surgical nursing, the Mother/Baby Unit, and the Newborn nursery) and academia where she teaches across the curriculum for 12 years in SUNY, CUNY, and private settings (Medical Surgical, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Community Nursing, and Mental Health nursing). Dr. James-Marrast worked as a Field Nurse, Intake Coordinator, Intake Director, Senior COC, Clinical Nurse Manager, PI Supervisor and CHN Supervisor. In community settings, she taught diverse aggregates and provided them with health promotion resources including infections, chronic diseases prevention, and control training.

Mrs. M. Grant

Advisory Board Member

ECF Advisory Board welcomes Mrs. M. Grant. Mrs. Grant is retired and a volunteer Health Ministry Leader for over 5 years focusing on health assessments for hypertension, diabetes, and other illnesses. Mrs. Grant performs home visits for homebound and anyone in need of health and wellness services, and resources. Additionally, Mrs. Grant supervises public relations and schedule appointments, coordinate services. “Volunteering is really rewarding…when you see someone who is sick and you are able to help them. Or when I see someone in distress, it is really rewarding to assist… From my youth, I have been taking care of children working with the sick, and it motivated me to continue this work. It is great to be volunteer at ECF and to serve while residing in Jamaica”.

Prof. C. Reid

Advisory Board Member

ECF Advisory Board welcomes Prof. Reid. Prof. Reid is a highly motivated registered nurse and nursing faculty. Since becoming a nurse in 2000, Prof. Reid has been working in underserved communities. She performed duties of a nursing clinical specialist and assistant manager for an acute adult medical surgical unit. Presently, Prof. Reid works as an assistant professor for nursing in New York. Also, Prof. Reid mentors nursing students and precepts new hires. A major portion of her clinical service as a clinical faculty includes patient and family education, referrals and consultation with dietitians, social services, community services, and other external resources. These are all beneficial to individuals, patients, and their families, and the mission of ECF.

Mrs. J. Domage

Advisory Board Member

ECF Advisory Board welcomes Mrs. J. Domage. Mrs. J. Domage worked in the publishing industry for the last 26 years as a royalty administrator. Mrs. Domage is an active volunteer with her employer and local pantries. She is an ordain minister at her church and a community missionary. Mrs. Domage supervises the missionary department. Through her active volunteer service, she works in community outreach in a local nursing home, various giveaways, and women and children shelter including in different countries such as Liberia, Jamaica, and Haiti. Mrs. Domage expressed that ECF is a good fit for her, “I love to volunteer because when you help to pull someone up, you are also pulling yourself up. I am volunteering at ECF because I like what they are doing for the community and people in general”. She is honored to work with the other ECF volunteers to accomplish ECF’s mission and vision.