Marcus Daugherty leads implementation for ongoing DEIB efforts, coordinates with the Partnership’s anti-racism task force to develop multicultural competencies that better serve diverse communities, and builds alliances with external stakeholders reflecting the values and mission of the organization.
Marcus previously served as the Partnership’s Associate Vice President for System Innovation and Quality, leading consultation, training and technical assistance initiatives in collaboration with the New York State Office of Addiction and Support Services (OASAS). He will continue to advise, consult and collaborate with OASAS in this important role.
In his career, Marcus has overseen the delivery of social services through mobile homeless outreach teams, shelter and drop-in programs, and residential and outpatient settings. He has trained managers on complex clinical, administrative and diversity issues. Marcus is a licensed and credentialed mental health and addiction professional with over 30 years of experience working with diverse populations, including individuals and families impacted by homelessness, co-occurring disorders, severe and persistent mental health challenges and addiction.
Marcus is also an educator, having taught courses in psychology and sociology, as well as providing training workshops and seminars. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and education from Hofstra University, and a Masters of Arts in counseling and clinical psychology from the State University of New York at New Paltz and Fielding Graduate University, respectively.