Member, of the Community Advisory Council, Southeast Community Mental Health
Center, Chicago, IL      1979-1980

Member, of the Duquesne University Alcohol Awareness Program, Dean of Students
Task Force; Pittsburgh, PA      1980-1981

Member, of the De Paul University Counselors Articulation Board; Chicago, IL

Member, of the Board of Directors, Illinois Substance Abuse Counselors Certification
Board, Inc.
; Chicago, IL      1983-1985

President, of the Pennsylvania Association for Specialists in Group Work, 1992-1993
Board Member as President-elect and Past-President, 1991-1994

Member, of the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association,

Member, of the Board of Directors, Mercer County HIV Consortium (Title II Ryan         
White for Mercer County)
; Trenton, NJ 1993-1994
- Consumers Committee
- Proposals Review Committee

Board Member for Bucks County, of the Board of Directors, The Philadelphia AIDS
Consortium [TPAC] (Title I Ryan White
for Bucks, Burlington, Camden, Chester,
Delaware, Gloucester, Montgomery, Philadelphia & Salem Counties & Title II Ryan
White for Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery & Philadelphia Counties);
Philadelphia, PA     October 1994-March 1996
- Consumer Affairs Committee
- Clinical Affairs Committee
- Allocations Committee
- Reconstituted Board established of only Title II Ryan White for Bucks, Chester,
Delaware, Montgomery, & Philadelphia Counties & PA State 106 HIV/AIDS Prevention
October 1996-October 1997
- Consumer Affairs Committee
- Operations & Management Committee
- Allocations Committee
- Executive Director Search Committee
- Reconstituted Board under PA State mandate with members having no perceived or   
real conflict of interested (Title II Ryan White & PA State 106 Prevention) October
1997-September 1998
- Consumer Affairs Committee
- Public Affairs Committee Co-chair October 1997-September 1998
- Planning Committee
Community Service

Representative for MCNY to NORAD/U.S. Northern Command Homeland Security/Defense
Education Consortium (HS/DEC)
(Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Summer 2004, Fall 2004, Spring
Steering Committee HSDEC, (Summer 2004, Fall 2004, Spring 2005), co-chair
Terrorism subgroup HSDEC, (Summer 2004, Fall 2004)

Representative for MCNY to the U.S. DHS FEMA, Emergency Management Institute, Higher
Education Project
(6th Annual 2003, 7th Annual 2004, 11th Annual 2008, 12th Annual 2009,
13th Annual 2010, 14th Annual 2011) FEMA Higher Education Conference, panel discussion,
“Challenges of New Disaster and Emergency Management Programs,” and facilitator,
“Disaster/Emergency Management Core Curriculum Breakout Session – Graduate Level.”

Representative for NYU to the U.S. DHS FEMA, Emergency Management Institute, Higher
Education Project (8th Annual 2005, 9th Annual 2006, 10th Annual 2007) FEMA Higher
Education Conference
NIMS Training Summer 2007

Member of the Working Committee of the Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence
for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 1 New England, to develop a
Vulnerability Assessment Checklist. (Fall 2003; Spring 2004, Summer 2004)

Member of NYC Office of Emergency Management Citizens Corps Council (2004 to present)
Disaster Public Education Subcommittee
Analysis of Hazards & Vulnerabilities
Campus Characteristics Worksheet
Steps for Completing Worksheet

End of May 2007 11:00-4:00
ICS: 300 (Intermediate) training
for the Office of Disaster Preparedness of the
New Jersey Primary Care Association
at UMDNJ Scotch Plains campus

Preparing the Preparers:
Educating Community Leaders in

May 4, 2007 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
at LaGuardia Community College,  31-10 Thompson Avenue, E

Queens Forum, a partnership of LaGuardia Community College,
Jewish Community Relations Council of New York/CAUSE-NY,
and the Northern Queens Health Coalition, aims to prepare
community leadership, both lay and professional, to address
natural disasters, terrorism, and other emergency situations.

Primary Care Development Corporation,

October 21, 2009 3:30-4:00 H1N1 and Mental Health Issues
for Staff and Clients
First Annual Creedmore
Wednesday June 22, 2011
Mark Davis, Co-Chair; Chris Bates, Commission
Manager; and Mick Maurer, Co-Chair,
Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission 1997-1999
Presentation team to the US Conference on AIDS
from the Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission

April 14th, 2010 the panel  "Disaster Strikes - How Best to Organize Relief?"

- Moderator: Dr. Ron Daniels, President, Haiti Support Project

* Dr. Michael T. Maurer, Director of Disaster Training & Exercises, American Red
Cross of Greater New York

* Bill de Blasio, Public Advocate, New York City

* Dr. Jean Claude Compas MD., Family Practice Physician

* Matheiu Eugene, New York City Councilmember

* Dr. Joe Leonard, Ph.D., Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of

* Rose Jackson Flenor, Manager of Social Responsibility, FedEx Corporation

* James “Rocky” Robinson, Jr., Founder, Bedford Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance
Corps, Brooklyn, New York

This was at the 2010 National Convention of the National Action Network.
12/Noon, Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers.

Member for Bucks County, of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Suburban HIV AIDS Coalition [SHAC] (Bucks, Chester,
Delaware & Montgomery Counties Consumer/provider Coalition) 1995-May 1999;
Co-chair of the Coalition January
1999-May 1999

Commissioner for Bucks County, to the Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission  [HIV Commission] (Title I Ryan White for
Bucks, Burlington, Camden, Chester, Delaware, Glouscester, Montgomery, Philadelphia & Salem Counties; CDC
Community Planning Group for Philadelphia County; HOPWA Housing Advisory Committee for Bucks, Burlington,
Camden, Chester, Delaware, Glouscester, Montgomery, Philadelphia & Salem Counties)
first term - October 1995-September 1997
second term - October 1997-June1999
- Consumer Caucus
- Care Committee
- Supplemental Application Ad Hoc Committee Co-chair for FY 7 application           (received a 45% increase in
funding from previous year)
- Resource Development Committee, Co-chair January 1999-June 1999

PLWA Co-Chair, of the Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission
first term - 1 February 1997-31 January 1998
second term - 1 February 1998-30 November 1998
Charged with overseeing a 64 member Commission with the following primary Committees.  The Care Committee
which plans for EMA Title I Ryan White Formulae & Supplemental Application ($14.6 million FY 8; $16 million FY 9);
the Community Planning Group which plans for CDC Prevention in Philadelphia County ($2 million in FY 8; $2 million
+ in FY 9); the Housing Advisory Committee which plans for HUD Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA)
for the EMA (roughly $8 million FY 8 & 9)
- Body of Co-Chairs
- Fiscal Review Committee
- By-Laws Committee
- CAeAR Coalition Representative for EMA 1997 & 1998
- HealthChoices AD HOC Committee
- Immigration AD HOC Committee
- AIDS FUND, Inc. Representative and Team Captain
- Primary Care Committee
- Application Committee
- Needs Assessment Task Force
- EMA Representative to:
a. HRSA Planning Council Leadership Meeting 1997
b. U.S. Conference on AIDS 1997
c. HRSA National Conference on Community Systems Building
& Service Integration 1997
d. I-95 Northeast Title I EMA Conference 1998
e. U.S. Conference on AIDS 1998
- Chair all monthly or special  Commission meetings
-  Supervision of the Commission Director & oversight of budget/staff
- Attend all racial, ethnic, gender & consumer caucuses
- Oversight of Grievance Procedure
- Resource Development Committee
- EMA Representative to South Jersey County on AIDS (Title II Ryan White for Burlington, Camden, Glouscester, and
Salem Counties)

Member, of the Title I/Title II Joint Planing Team (comprised of the Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission, The
Philadelphia AIDS Consortium, and the South Jersey Council on AIDS) charged with developing EMA nine county
regional HIV/AIDS comprehensive plan up-dates and five year review for HRSA.  October 1996-April 1998
- recomposed to joint planning by Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission and the       South Jersey Council on Aids, May
1998-June 1999
- Executive Director Committee interim member for July 1997 as acting HIV Commission Manager
- Joint Steering Committee October 1996-June 1999

Member, of the Title I/Title II Unified Evaluation & Assessment Committee charged with developing Quality
Assurance benchmarks for all service provision categories.  Oversight of PA ETC development of benchmarks to be
used by all service providers in the EMA nine county region. October 1996-June 1999

Member for Southeastern PA Suburban Counties, to the Pennsylvania State HIV Planning Council (Title I-II-III-IV-

Member, of the Board of Directors, Bucks County AIDS Network, March 1997-June 1999
- Advocacy Committee
- Grant Writing Committee
- Membership Committee
- 1998 Conference Committee, Chair
President, May 1998-June 1999

Member, of the CAeAR (Communities Advocating Emergency AIDS Relief) Coalition, the Ryan White Care Act Title I
and Title III Advocacy Coalition.  March 1997 – May 1999 Hill Days with congressional members & staff; HHS, NIH,
HRSA, HCFA & White House Staff (March 1997, September 1997, December 1997, March 1998, April 1998, September
1998, December 1998, May 1999)
- Voting member Philadelphia EMA HIV Commission 1997-1998
- PWA Caucus Convennor December 1997- May 1999
- Fund Raising Committee member May 1999 – May 1999

Member, of the New York City Department of Health CDC (Centers for Disease Control) mandated NYC HIV
Prevention Planning Group
for the five boroughs of NYC, January 2000-April 2001
-        Policy & External Relations Liaison Committee (PERL)
-        MSM Workgroup & Substance Users Workgroup
-        NYC/NYS PWA/PWHIV Advisory Committee

Member, of the Board of Directors, The Body Positive, Inc., July 2004-July 2006
Vice Chair for the Board of Directors (March 2006-July 2006)
Chair, Committee on Programs and Personnel (January 2006- July 2006)
- member, Community Advisory Board,
- former volunteer
Clinical Supervisor of Volunteer Group Leaders

Mick has five (5) years direct planning experience in AIDS/HIV Title I/Title II application & planning
process for HRSA, & Pennsylvania State 106 Prevention; six (6) years Community Prevention
Planning for the CDC in Philadelphia and New York City; and two (2) years for the HUD HOPWA
programs. With over seven (7) years experience at the Federal/State/Local levels of public advocacy
work, governmental relations, and lobbying on health care issues (AIDS funding, VA formulary,
Medicare reform, Medicaid reform, AIDS Prevention) and hate crimes legislation.

Dr. Mick has been involved with social/behavioral research on HIV medication adherence, club drug
use, and sexual behavior from October 1999-August 2001. He was Principal Researcher on a
Demonstration Project on Workforce Training to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Mental Health
Services. Dr. Maurer served on the Board of Directors of The Body Positive, Inc. that was a major
HIV/AIDS services organization that had been located in lower Manhattan in the South Street Seaport.
He also volunteered at the Body Positive as a Clinical Supervisor for their group leaders.

Dr. Maurer presented at the 14th Annual Symposium on Contemporary
Urban Challenges Post 9/11 Cities: The Terrorist Threat and Its
Implications for Planning and Policing Urban Areas
- February 24, 2005 Fordham University School of Law

Primary Care Development
Corporation, NYC, NY

April 16, 2008 11:00-12:00 Emergency
Preparedness and Cultural Competencies

The Annual Conference of the
American Psychological Association
August 2000
Washington, D.C.