Leadership

CrossPoint Clinical Services Leadership Team

Executive Director

We are led by Rondey Allen, MSW, LICSW. As our Executive Director Rondey manages the day-to-day functions of our  multi-office company. Besides working as a clinician, he also manages all financial and operational aspects of CrossPoint Clinical Services. See our Staff Page to learn more about Rondey.

Sajjan Sharma, CrossPoint Clinical Service's Director of Marketing and Development

Director of Marketing and Development

Sajjan Sharma, MSW, leads our development and marketing efforts. Besides these responsibilities, is also Lead Pastor of the Pioneer Valley Church of Christ in Chicopee, Massachusetts. See our Staff Page to learn more about Sajjan.

Clinical Care Coordinator

Tracy Jones, Ed. D., LMHC manages all aspects of clinical care in our Worcester and Stoughton offices, including staff.  With more than 20 years experience as a supervisor, clinic director and clinical care coordinator, Tracy is an expert in managing and delivering high quality mental health counseling. See our Staff Page to learn more about Tracy.

“You don’t need to struggle in silence.”

– past Crosspoint Clinical Patient

Board of Directors

 

Both Rondey Allen and Sajjan Sharma serve as CrossPoint Clinical Services board members. They are joined by:

Mark Jimerson –

Mark Jimerson is a co-founder of CrossPoint Clinical Services and a permanent member of its Board of Directors. Prior to moving to Puerto Rico in 2018, he served as CrossPoint’s Treasurer and Director of Operations and provided both clinical treatment and supervision.

Mark is licensed as a Clinical Social Worker, having earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) at Springfield College, with postgraduate clinical supervision in mental health crisis and psychotherapy. He has a wide range of experience in the field of human services, including work with the chronically mentally ill and homeless in New York City. He worked in various clinical, supervisory, and managerial roles at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children from 1999 to 2014. In 2002 he received a Supporting Fathering Award at the New England Fathering Conference, and in 2003 he was presented with the Helen Daley Award for service on behalf of the children of Massachusetts.

He is a member of the Christian Community Church in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico and an occasional lecturer for degree students at Instituto ALAS (Academia de Liderazgo, Avance Teológico, y Salud Integral). Mark is a husband and father of four adult children. He provides psychotherapy, life coaching, and consultation services via his private practice based in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. In his spare time, he enjoys his work as a writer, painter, photographer and gardener.

 

Daniel Jock, EA, MAAA

Daniel is an enrolled actuary and has been working in qualified plans since 2007. Dan is an Agawam native who graduated from Western New England College (now University) with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. Dan completed several courses with the Society of Actuaries before deciding to specialize in pensions. (Which carries its own set of exams) Dan spent 7 years at an insurance company working on large corporate pension plans. Dan studied, programmed, and consulted on various issues facing large underfunded retirement programs. In 2013, Dan decided to enter the small business market. Tax-advantaged retirement plans for small business is a growing and interesting field. Dan is fiercely entrepreneurial so when the opportunity arose to unplug from a corporate job into self-employment, he did what most actuaries do not; he took a risk. The practice has grown and Dan is now currently working with Larry Starr to eventually take over Qualified Plan Consultants. Dan is honored to be now working under a seasoned leader in the industry and looks forward to continuing to grow the practice.

Dan and his wife, Brooke, are deeply engaged in community. Various non-profits, mostly Christian organizations, are the primary focus of Dan’s philanthropic efforts. Dan provides financial support as well as many hours of volunteerism to forward messages of hope and restoration to Springfield and surrounding communities. Dan is also a member, supporter, and volunteer in various professional organizations where business networking and education are the primary focus. Dan also speaks from time to time at various events and firms providing continuing education credits to financial advisors and CPA’s.

 

George Mouzakis, LICSW, LEP –

George is the Vice President of Operations for a national behavioral health organization. George is also the founder of Family Counseling Associates, a dynamic multidisciplinary mental health practice with six offices in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He is a licensed educational psychologist and licensed independent clinical social worker. He completed his undergraduate studies in psychology at the University of Massachusetts. George completed his graduate studies in clinical social work at Boston College, and went on to earn a postgraduate degree in educational psychology from Tufts University. George has past research experience at the Jean Meyer Institute for Aging at Tufts University which includes investigating the impact of diet and nutrition on neuropsychological processes such as spatial memory and learning.

George has extensive experience working with children, families, and adults in a variety of settings including psychiatric treatment facilities, emergency services, community outpatient clinics, schools, and private practice. For 10+ years, he trained and mentored counseling graduate students as a field supervisor for Boston College. From 1997-2002 George served as a Christian ministry leader in Germany and Greece. George is a proud husband and father of three, and actively serves in the youth and family ministry of his church.

 

Scott R. Storozuk – Scott has been a disciple of Christ since 1991 and was baptized in the Chicago Church of Christ. Scott and his wife have been part of the Pioneer Valley Church of Christ in Chicopee since 1999. Scott grew up in Chicopee and remains a resident of the city. Scott and his wife have been married 28 years and they have 3 children. Scott and his wife own and operate Valley Chiropractic and Rehabilitation of Holyoke and Springfield. Scott has served in the past on the Church’s Board as a Member, Treasurer and Vice-President. Scott currently serves as the Church’s Board President. Scott has served on the Church’s Compensation Committee on two occasions. Scott has served as the Vice President of the Church’s local Hope chapter advisory board. Scott also has served as a Governor appointed member of the state board of chiropractic. Scott was appointed by former Governor Patrick and then Governor Baker. This board governs the practice of chiropractic practitioners in the state of Massachusetts. Scott has served as Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary. Scott feels as though God has given him administrative and management skills and experiences that can help CrossPoint as it grows and performs a vital function in Christian counseling services in western Massachusetts.