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is a quality improvement advisor, partnering with governments, nonprofits, foundations, and Fortune 500 companies globally to accelerate affordable access to high-quality health care through systems change and improvement. She helped launch the first mental health quality improvement collaborative in Africa, and has supported collaboratives focused on reducing maternal mortality, ICU infections, and improving value. Through her work with IHI, she has supported the development of National Quality Strategies and Quality Management Systems in Nigeria, Ethiopia, Ghana, and Saudi Arabia; and served as an advisor and thought partner in the development of National Quality Strategies and policies in Liberia, Malawi, and Qatar. She received her BA from Harvard University, MBA from Columbia Business School, and MA in International Affairs from Columbia University. She is a TEDx speaker and serves on the board of directors and advisory boards of several nonprofits in the health and education fields, including Minds Matter, Kangu, and Unite for Sight. Her current focus is on systems improvement, authentic leadership, and individual and organizational transformation. Chris Bouneff
is Executive Director of the Oregon chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), where he oversees NAMI’s statewide public policy and education efforts. He previously served as Board President of NAMI Oregon and was active in public policy issues, including NAMI Oregon’s successful campaign to win mental health and addiction insurance parity in the Oregon Legislature. NAMI Oregon is grassroots, membership-governed organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness and their families and other loved ones through education, support, and advocacy. NAMI is composed of members with direct lived experience with mental illness — people who live with illness, family members with a loved one who lives with illness, or people who are often both. NAMI members and leaders use their lived experience and expertise to spread acceptance and to improve services for all people affected by mental illness. Prior to his current position with NAMI Oregon, he served as director of marketing and development for De Paul Treatment Centers, an addiction treatment provider for adults, youth and families located in Portland. Mr. Bouneff has spent a career in communications, marketing, and advocacy with various agencies, including Trillium Family Services, one of Oregon’s largest children’s mental health care providers. He also served in similar positions with the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association and Boise State University. Catherine Craig, MPA, MSW,
has more than 18 years of experience in systems change and bridging research and practice. She has expertise in fostering collaboration and navigating the intersections between organizations and sectors by identifying and translating common priorities. Ms. Craig is adept at designing and implementing interactive processes with multiple stakeholders to set strategic directions, and she excels in sensitively fostering involvement by disenfranchised groups. She was a founding senior manager of Community Solutions, a national nonprofit where she served as the director of healthy communities. She was also a research scientist at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, where she designed and led learning collaboratives to boost mental health outcomes, and a consultant to the Fire Department of New York in its successful effort to boost minority applicants to the firefighting academy. Ms. Craig has deployed her clinical skills with diverse populations in inpatient and community settings in the United States and Latin America. She is currently an independent consultant based in France. Robin Henderson, PsyD,
is a Senior Clinical Advisor to Well Being Trust. She provides clinical oversight for the Trust’s investments and programming, to ensure they advance key opportunities to improve the mental, social, and spiritual health of the nation. She also serves as Chief Executive, Behavioral Health, for Providence Health System in Oregon. In this role, she promotes a consistent model of care for people in need of behavioral health services across the entire health system, with special focus on the main access points for care — primary care, the emergency department, and the general hospital. She is co-chair of the Providence System Mental Health and Substance Use Clinical Practice Group and oversees the System’s youth mental health project, Work2BeWell (www.work2bewell.org). She has a PsyD from George Fox University and a post-doc in integrated health psychology. She serves an array of volunteer leadership roles, including the Governor’s Children’s System of Care Council, The Governor’s Behavioral Health Advisory Council, USDOJ’s Standards Advisory Committee, and is a past President of National Alliance of Mental Illness in Oregon, among many more. She is a seasoned spokesperson who is routinely called upon for insights about social media use, teens and bullying, as well as Medicaid and community development. Mara Laderman, MSPH,
is a Senior Director at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. She is the content lead for IHI’s work in behavioral health, directing research initiatives and developing programming focused on better meeting individuals’ behavioral health needs across the health care system. Ms. Laderman also leads innovation projects on population health improvement, including recent work on the opioid crisis, health equity, and clinical-community linkages. Prior to IHI, she served as an external program evaluator for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and managed a large psychiatric epidemiology study at the Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research. Ms. Laderman received a Master of Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Smith College. Arpan Waghray, MD,
is the Chief Medical Officer for Well Being Trust. He brings significant clinical expertise as a practicing psychiatrist and system director for behavioral medicine at Swedish Health Services, where he oversees an integrated program across primary clinics, a perinatal mood disorders program, consultation liaison services, treatment-resistant depression program, inpatient psychiatry units, and partial hospitalization programs. He also serves as co-chair of the Providence System Mental Health and Substance Use Clinical Practice Group. In this role, he facilitates clinical collaboration across the organization to design, develop, and deploy solutions that reduce variation and spread innovation. He was the clinical sponsor for the system’s depression care pathway and oversees its comprehensive tele-behavioral health network. Dr. Waghray completed medical school at Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College in India, a residency at Brookdale University Medical Center in New York, and a fellowship at the University of Washington. He later completed a leadership development program designed for physician leaders through the Washington State Medical Association, as well as an executive development program at the Michael G. Foster School of Business. He has been featured in Seattle Magazine and Seattle Met as one of the area’s top doctors.Scott Zeller, MD,
is Vice President of Acute Psychiatry at CEP America. He is the former Chief of Psychiatric Emergency Services of the Alameda Health System, Oakland, CA, and in his 32 years in Emergency Psychiatry, he has personally cared for more than 90,000 patients. Dr. Zeller is an Assistant Clinical Professor at both the University of California-Riverside and Touro University medical schools and is Past-President of the American Association for Emergency Psychiatry. He is the author of multiple textbooks and numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and lectures internationally as a keynote speaker. He led development of both the USA and International Guidelines on Evaluation of Treatment of Agitation, and has published research on innovative designs for emergency mental health care, which he has also helped to implement in multiple centers; these works led to his being named the National Council on Behavioral Health’s 2015 “USA Doctor of the Year.” He recently completed his term as Chair of the National Coalition on Psychiatric Emergencies, and is currently Subject Matter Expert for the architectural Facilities Guidelines Institute’s 2022 guidelines on design of Emergency Behavioral Health Care Units, used as the basis for U.S. states’ regulations on healthcare construction.