Dr. Andrea J. Boudreaux, FACHE, is a committed healthcare executive and medical psychologist with over a decade of progressive leadership in healthcare strategy & operations and clinical practice. She is a dedicated clinician who recognizes the plight of minorities in both mental and physical health. Her work spans companies and business units at various stages of growth and profitability; including for-profit, not-for profit, community, faith-based, start-up, established, and turnaround settings. She is an Honors graduate of Howard University, The Texas A&M University System School of Public Health, and the American School of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Boudreaux is a highly sought-after medical psychologist and works diligently to improve the health of children and adolescents through addressing mental and behavioral health issues through the integration of behavioral health and primary care. Her research interests include the integration of spirituality/religion and psychotherapy as well as the underutilization of mental health services, especially within the African American community. Dr. Boudreaux spent over a decade in clinical practice integrating behavioral and medical care as well as providing psychological assessments for adjudicated youth in the criminal justice system. As the Executive Director of AGAPE, LLC, Dr. Boudreaux led a three-state expansion of a community mental health organization and provided care to thousands of patients annually.
Dr. Boudreaux is Board Certified in Healthcare Management as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and is a Senior Partner at JCG Consulting, a minority owned firm based in New York, NY. In this role, she leads the firm’s Manhattan office and provides leadership to the team on projects requiring the following expertise: clinical integration; behavioral health service line development; financial turnaround; labor productivity target setting and realization; organizational development; employee, patient and physician satisfaction/engagement improvement; executive team development; disaster readiness and preparedness; and Joint Commission accreditation support. Dr. Boudreaux has worked with clients across the nation to improve care delivery. Specifically, she led a 19-state service line, opened an integrated clinic for the treatment of Hepatitis C patients, and redesigned a care delivery model for a regional health plan. Additionally, Dr. Boudreaux also led transformation from volume-based services to a value-based system and redesigned an ambulatory strategy around clinics and outpatient services for a large county with over four million residents.
In her spare time, Andrea enjoys cycling, golfing, cooking, and participating in community theatre. Andrea is very active in her community. She has held multiple Board positions for various non-profits, including her current role on the Board of Momentum Collective, Inc. a nonprofit organization based in Alexandria, VA whose mission is to use the arts and management as conduits to educate, enrich and ultimately empower the lives of low and moderate-income youth. The organization’s goal is to build cultured young leaders through performing arts, leadership development, technology and more. Andrea also serves as an alumni member of the Texas A&M School of Public Health Advisory Board.
Andrea’s network includes membership in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), American Psychological Association (APA), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE), and Big Brothers Big Sisters.