Jing Xu is a strategic, team-oriented consultant with comprehensive knowledge and firsthand experience with government policies and regulations, grant writing and management, project planning, and community development.
Prior to joining HMA, Jing was a resource development program director with the Indiana Primary Healthcare Association (IPHCA). In this role, he reconceptualized the health center development program at IPHCA and established new services for health centers in the state of Indiana. He led internal grant writing and project development efforts, established a new grant review on-demand service and partnered with the Indiana Department of Health and the Health Resources and Services Administration to provide technical assistance on health center programs and federal resources available for primary care expansion.
In his prior role as a community health research analyst and research associate with Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing, Jing developed and supported several programs and initiatives in addition to consulting. He created new professional development programs that focused on project management and communication skills at the BioHealth Informatics Research Center, which resulted in better student outcomes. Jing also supported the development of potential health centers in Indiana by introducing a health center program and creating project development plans, resulting in the growth of 10 new health centers in Indiana between 2016 and 2021. He also provided consulting expertise for IPHCA and collaborated with community organizations on community health needs, the expansion of informatics primary research in health center settings, and primary care access strategies.
Jing received a Master of Public Affairs in Non-Profit, Public, & Organizational Management from Indiana University and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Carleton University. He is a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and received the Certificate of Nonprofit Board Consulting from BoardSource.