People make our mission a reality.
Bailey House relies on our dedicated staff, board members and volunteers to deliver our innovative housing programs and supportive services to men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS. Without them, Bailey House could not exist.
These are a few of the people who work to make our mission a reality.
Regina R. Quattrochi
Chief Executive Officer
Regina Quattrochi is a renowned AIDS activist with particular expertise in the area of supportive housing. Prior to joining Bailey House in 1991, she served on its Board of Directors for five years and held several positions within the legal and healthcare fields. As CEO, Ms. Quattrochi oversees daily operations and works strategically to ensure that Bailey House continues to grow and diversify in step with the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In addition to her work with Bailey House, Ms. Quattrochi is a founding member of several organizations dedicated to establishing a continuum of housing options for homeless people living with HIV/AIDS. In 1993 she helped form the National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC) and served as its President for three years. She was a founder of the NYC AIDS Housing Network, New York City’s leading peer-led housing advocacy group. Ms. Quattrochi has served as a key member of the organizing committee of the National HIV/AIDS Housing and Healthcare Research Summits sponsored by NAHC and Johns Hopkins. She was also an advisory panel member for the HUD HOPWA National Evaluation, AIDS Housing Washington/Vanderbilt University National AIDS Housing Cost Study and the NYC AIDS Housing Needs Assessment. A recognized authority in her field, Ms Quattrochi is frequently called upon for media commentary. She has appeared on CBS’s “Hometown Heroes,” NBC’s “Today in NY” and UPN 9′s “Viewpoint.” She has been interviewed by NBC Channel 4, WB Channel 11, NY 1 and ABC Channel 7, WFAN, CD101 FM, JACK FM, ABC radio and WINS. Ms. Quattrochi has been quoted in both print and electronic media including the New York Times, New York Daily News, Crain’s New York Business, Associated Press, Amsterdam News, Reuters, The New York Blade, A&U Magazine, Real Estate Weekly, New York Living, The Cooperator and Kaiser Daily Report. She has testified before numerous Congressional, NYS and New York City Council committees on the housing needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS. Ms. Quattrochi received her law degree from Union University – Albany Law School. She served as an adjunct faculty member at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service for ten years. She is the mother of two children and received a black belt in Kenshikaikan karate under the guidance of Shuseki-Shihan William Oliver.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chairman of the Board
Owner, Gaia Hotel and Reserve
Secretary of the Board
Public Affairs Director and Producer/Host,FRESH 102.7 and WCBS FM 101.1
Treasurer of the Board
President, Wilderness Media
Founder, LOGO Television
Proprietor/Owner, Ted Dawson Studio
President, Propaganda Marketing Communications, Inc
Proprietor/Owner, Anthony Garden Boutique
Howard Grossman, M.D.
Rosemarie Greene, LCSW
Service Advisor/Fleet Administrator, Otis Ford
Chief Ombudsman, Pfizer, Inc.
Tim O’Neal Lorah
Managing Director and Global Head Anti-Money Laundering Compliance, Morgan Stanley
Partner, Bingham McCutchen, LLP
Deputy Director, Community Services
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Development Officer
Jeannette K. Ruffins
Deputy Director, Supportive Housing Services