Joe Marrone, M.Ed.
Joe Marrone is a senior program manager for public policy at the ICI. He provides training, technical assistance, and program consultation to public agencies and private providers in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Europe, and Asia.
Joe has over 30 years of direct service and administrative experience in delivering rehabilitation and community mental health services. He also has two decades of experience in consultation, training, and technical assistance services. Joe has served as deputy administrator of a large community mental health center in the state of Washington, and worked for 17 years in the public vocational rehabilitation system.
Joe has lectured and published extensively on policy and program issues in employment services, marketing job applicants with disabilities to employers, workplace supports, psychiatric rehabilitation, program management, quality assurance and program accountability in human services, workforce development, community rehabilitation, welfare to work issues, and consumer empowerment.
Joe has served on the faculties of the New England Psychiatric Rehabilitation Training Program and the University of Massachusetts Boston, where he has taught graduate courses in case management, psychiatric rehabilitation, supported employment, and marketing and job development. He is currently on the national board of directors of the US Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association and on the editorial boards of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal and the American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation.