Michael De Lucca
January 2002 – Present
Mr. De Lucca directs a staff of over 100 professionals in delivering Administrative, Planning, Direct Services, Evaluation and Organizational Capacity Building. With a budget of over $12.5 million, the Council’s programs include: Healthy Families Broward, Broward County HIV Health Service Planning Council and Clinical Quality Assurance, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Programs, Centralized Intake and Eligibility Determination, Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS, Housing Stability Program, Transforming our Community’s Health, Lead Agency for HIV Prevention funded by the Community Foundation of Broward, Healthy Living for Seniors and Matter of Balance, Trauma Planning, Health Planning, Point in Time Count for the Homeless and the USDA Farmer’s Market Promotion Program. The Council’s Health Data Warehouse was recognized as an innovative health data dissemination model by the CDC.
Mr. De Lucca has over 28 years of experience in health care management and holds a Bachelor of Art degree in Psychology from Florida International University and Master’s degree in Health Management from St. Thomas University. He has received recognition awards from the State Department of Health, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Broward County Board of County Commissioners, Nova Southeastern University, Broward Health, United Way of Broward County, South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum, Broward Community and Family Health Centers, the Caring Soul Award from International Health Initiatives, the Paths of Public Health Award for Health Policy and Management from Florida International University and Spirit Driven Leader Award.