The G2 Consulting Group is a management consulting firm that works with the Federal, State and local governments as well as health-focused companies and non-profit organizations to navigate a constantly changing healthcare system.
By integrating our knowledge of the health service industry with how the federal government works, we help clients manage their organizations and programs through ever-evolving changes in the public healthcare landscape.
Scott L. Green, Ph.D. has over 20 years of Federal business development, technical assistance, research, program development, project management, clinical experience in mental health, and public health education programs.
Dr. Green is a licensed psychologist in Maryland and has significant experience as a provider of mental health treatment services in a variety of settings including community mental health centers, university counseling centers, rehabilitation and brain injury units, and medical centers. Dr. Green earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University, and has been an instructor of psychology, as well as a presenter at various academic and scientific conferences. In addition, he has conducted scientific investigations and published papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Dr. Green has conducted research on topics such as emotional reactions to illness and injury, social support and health, integrated behavioral and primary healthcare, and cancer prevention.
Eric Gelman, M.B.A., M.A. Mr. Gelman has over 25 years of experience working with SAMHSA, other Federal agencies, and not-for-profit organizations. He has directed more than 10 SAMHSA projects that support grantees and States provide quality, evidenced-based prevention, treatment, and recovery services. Mr. Gelman has worked extensively with State and local BH providers and related stakeholders, providing TA and training, strategic planning, program implementation and evaluation, and system development support across the United States and its territories.
Prior to founding G2, Mr. Gelman served as the Altarum Institute’s Director of Population Health Strategies. In this role, he was responsible for all operational aspects of more than two dozen projects for Federal clients, including SAMHSA, and private foundations with annual combined revenues of more than $10 million. He was responsible for conducting monthly operational reviews of each project to ensure that all services, deliverables, and timelines met or exceeded client needs. These reviews include analyzing project budgets and expenditures, resolving current and potential challenges, and ensuring that Altarum was meeting all contract requirements.