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1 Mentors Tamara R. Buckley, PhD earned a B.A. in finance at U.C. Berkeley, an M.S. in organizational psychology, and a Ph.D. in counseling psychology both from Columbia University, Teachers College. She is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling at The Graduate Center and Hunter College, City University of New York and a New York State licensed psychologist. In the broadest sense her research focuses on race and social justice. She seeks to build knowledge about how social identity and oppressive structures interact to produce disparities in health, education and workplace. Her earlier work focused on racial identity development and health outcomes; more recent work explores approaches to facilitate dialogue across dimensions of difference such as race that are often rendered invisible by colorblind ideologies. She recently (Feb, 2014) co-authored a book, The Color Bind: Talking (and not Talking) about Race at Work, published by Russell Sage that documents the racial and cultural practices of a multi-year study of child welfare workers. She has published over a dozen journal articles in peer-reviewed publications and edited volumes and has received over a dozen grants for her research related to health disparities from university and federal agencies, including the National Institutes of Health (Health Disparities Program) and National Institutes of Mental Health (Research Fellowship on HIV Prevention Underserved communities) and City University of New York. Awards for her research include a Visiting Scholars Fellowship at the Russell Sage Foundation, Carolyn Payton Early Career Psychology Award, APA, Division 35, Psychology of Black Women, and NIMH-fellowship at Hunter College Center for Community Urban Health in HIV Research for the Community. She has provided clinical services at various New York City hospitals and agencies, including the New York University Child and Family Study Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences research and clinical), Bellevue Hospital Center, Veterans Affairs New York Harbor Healthcare System. Currently she provides clinical supervision to graduate students in the counseling psychology program at Hunter College and has a private psychotherapy practice in New York City. Confirmed for A. Kathleen Burlew, PhD, obtained her doctorate in social psychology from the University of Michigan. However, later, she retrained in clinical psychology at Miami University. She is a professor of psychology at the University of Cincinnati. She and the students in her lab are involved in several evaluations of substance abuse prevention programs for at risk youth and children of substance abusing parents. Her publications include four books that she either co-edited or co-authored. Her recent articles focus on substance abuse prevention, adjustment to sickle cell, or the use of the MMPI-2 in correctional settings. She serves on the Board of Psychology for the State of Ohio. Her term as editor of the Journal of Black Psychology ended in Confirmed for Angela P. Cole Dixon, PhD is Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Howard University. She earned her B.S. in psychology, with a minor in mathematics, at Howard University and her PhD in cognitive psychology at Stanford University. She was awarded a pre-doctoral fellowship and dissertation fellowship by the American Psychological Association s (APA) Minority Fellowship Program (MFP). She was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Research Center for Group Dynamics at the University of Michigan s Institute for Social Research (ISR). In 2008, Dr. Cole Dixon was selected by Stanford University as a Distinguished Alumni Scholar. Her research focuses on information-processing models of decision making, social cognition and personality, and 1

2 has resulted in publications in Law and Human Behavior; Brain, Behavior and Immunity; Basic and Applied Social Psychology; and African American Research Perspectives. She has received external funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the American Psychological Association (APA), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). She was Principal Investigator (PI) for a research grant jointly funded by NSF s Decision, Risk, and Management Sciences Program and Social Psychology Program. She also received a Faculty and Student Research Team Program Award from the DHS. She is PI for the Atlantic Coast Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences Alliance (ACSBE), funded by the NSF Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate: Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Program (AGEP-SBE). She is a member of the APA Psychology Summer Institute (PSI) Selection Committee, a judge for the Intel Science Talent Search, the director of the Department s Decision-Making Research Working Group, and she chairs an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Health, Education and Human Services (HHS) Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Selection Committee. Confirmed for Michael Cunningham, PhD (Emory University, 1994, Educational/Developmental Psychology) is a Professor at Tulane University with a joint faculty appointment in the department of Psychology and the undergraduate program in African Diaspora Studies. He currently serves as the Associate Provost for Graduate Studies and Research and as served as the Associate Provost for Engaged Learning and Teaching, which included being the founding Executive Director for Tulane s Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching. Mike has a program of research that focuses on racial, ethnic, psychosocial, and socioeconomic processes that affect psychological well being, adjustment to chronic stressful events, and academic achievement among African American adolescents and their families. He has received external funding from several sources including the National Science Foundation, The Mellon Foundation, and The Department of Education. He has received Tulane s highest teaching award and been designated as a Suzanne and Stephen Weiss Presidential Fellow. Most recently, he was recognized by the Society for Research in Child Development for Distinguished Contributions to the Society. He is also an Associate Editor of Child Development and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Negro Education, and Research in Human Development. Confirmed for Michael P. Goh, PhD is an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota with joint appointments in Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology and Comparative and International Development Education, both in the College of Education and Human Development. Michael was appointed multicultural teaching and learning fellow and president s distinguished faculty mentor for his efforts at multicultural education and mentoring of ethnic minority students to succeed in higher education. Michael s teaching, research, and service are focused on discovering better ways to conceptualize, assess, and ultimately teach cultural competence in order to improve access to mental health services for ethnically diverse, new immigrant, and international populations. His current research program includes cultural competence in mental health practice, cultural intelligence, multicultural master therapists, practice-based evidence, and help-seeking behavior and attitudes across cultures and countries. He is presently the lead investigator on a National Institutes of Health Partners in Research grant for a community-based project to study practice-based evidence amongst cultural providers. Michael was voted Teacher of the Year in 1998 and received a Distinguished Teaching Award in Also in 2006, Michael 2

3 was recognized by the Minnesota Psychological Association for his Distinguished Leadership in Psychology and Mental Health. In 2010, the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development of the American Counseling Association presented Michael with the Exemplary Diversity Leadership Award and he was also named the inaugural recipient of the College of Education and Human Development Marty and Jack Rossman Faculty Development Award for his creativity and innovation in scholarship, teaching, and service. Confirmed for Martin LaRoche, PhD has been Director of Psychology Training at the Martha Eliot Health Center (which is the oldest standing community health center in the United States) for the last eighteen years, where he treats an inner city and culturally diverse community and trains clinicians (doctoral level psychologists, social workers and psychiatrists). In addition, Dr. La Roche is an Assistant Professor in Psychology at the Harvard Medical School/Boston Children s Hospital and specializes in the development of culturally competent psychotherapeutic services and has been the Principal Investigator on several research projects in which he is refining these strategies. Dr. La Roche has over 50 publications/presentations and Sage Press recently published his newest book entitled Cultural Psychotherapy: Theory, Methods and Practice. In addition, he has received several research/academic awards such as the Bollinger award at UMass/Boston, and several from the Harvard Medical School such as the Milton Fund Research Award, The Pilot Research Award and the Bridge Award amongst many others. He has also co-chaired the Committee of Ethnic Minority Affairs at the Massachusetts Psychological Association for seven years and was a board member of the same institution. Confirmed for Jeanne Manese, PhD is Director of the Counseling Center at the University of California, Irvine. She earned her B.A in psychology from the University of California, Irvine and also completed a masters degree in Education (M.Ed.) from Harvard University. Dr. Manese subsequently received her PhD from the University of Maryland, College Park with a specialization in Counseling Psychology and was a Minority Fellow throughout her doctoral studies. Dr. Manese is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 17 and 45) and continues active involvement with the APA Minority Fellowship Program. Dr. Manese is also an active member of the Asian American Psychological Association. She has been honored by ACCTA and APPIC for her training work in the area of multicultural competency. In 2013, her Counseling Center was honored with the APA Richard Suinn Achievement Award for demonstrated excellence in the recruitment, retention and graduation of ethnic minority students. Dr. Manese has published numerous articles and chapters related to training and practice with a focus on multicultural competency and social justice. Her current publications are focused on multicultural supervision and she is currently conducting research and implementing programs focused on strength based interventions to enhance retention at the university level. Dr. Manese was among the principle co-investigators in a 6.9M state funded mental health grant (CaLMHSA-SMHI) aimed at stigma reduction and suicide prevention and she continues to be active in this area. Included in her work in higher education and mental health, Dr. Manese has practiced around the world with the Semester at Sea program as well as teaches a fieldwork course for undergraduates interested in psychology and public health. Dr. Manese also has worked in hospital settings, private practice and maintains a consultation practice. Confirmed for

4 Miriam Martinez, PhD Miriam Martinez, PhD is Professor of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Chief of Clinical Strategy, Director of Administration, and the Interim Division Director of Adult Ambulatory Psychiatric Services for the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt. She is also Adjunct Faculty at New York University. Dr. Martinez formerly was UCSF Clinical Professor, Psychiatry and Pediatrics; Founder and Director of the Child and Adolescent Service at San Francisco General Hospital, Director of the Division of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for the UCSF Department of Psychiatry at SFGH, and the Associate Director of the UCSF Center of Excellence in Women s Health for School Based Programs. Dr. Martinez received her BA from Hunter College, CUNY and both her master s degree and PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of California, Berkeley. She completed a Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Neuro-Psychiatric Institute and Hospital, UCLA. In addition to establishing multiple clinical programs, while at UCSF Dr. Martinez also founded the Multicultural Clinical Training Program which is APA accredited. For over two decades in clinical leadership and administrative positions, she has focused on areas such as underserved populations, health disparities in women and minorities, child and adolescent trauma, including child sexual abuse and domestic violence, multidisciplinary approaches to care and health care integration. In 2011, Dr. Martinez received a Public Health Hero award from the San Francisco Director of Health in recognition of her outstanding advocacy, leadership and commitment to vulnerable populations. In addition to her current duties, Dr. Martinez recently helped establish a Medicaid Health Home (Mount Sinai Health Home, is involved in Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP) and continues to supervise and teach psychology interns, fellows, and psychiatry residents. Confirmed for Jeffery Scott Mio, PhD is a professor in the Psychology and Sociology Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, where he also serves as the Director of the M.S. in Psychology Program. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois, Chicago, in 1984 during which time he received an APA Minority Fellowship Program Fellowship. He taught at California State University, Fullerton, in the Counseling Department from , then taught at Washington State University in the Department of Psychology from , before accepting his current position at Cal Poly Pomona. He has served as president of Division 45 of APA and of the Western Psychological Association. He has published numerous books and articles on multicultural psychology, including a popular undergraduate multicultural textbook in this area, currently in development for its 4th edition, published by Oxford University Press.. His Psychology Summer Institute workshop on cultural competence in services is one of the most popular as he demonstrates cultural competence through origami creation. His interests are in the teaching of multicultural issues, the development of allies, and how metaphors are used in political persuasion. Confirmed for Karen Suyemoto, PhD is Professor of Clinical Psychology and Asian American Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She is committed to education, scholarship, and community collaboration that contributes to social justice and empowering those who have been oppressed, marginalized, or silenced. She teaches doctoral level and undergraduate psychology and Asian American Studies courses focused on race, culture and intersections with other minority statuses, as well as courses in Qualitative Methods (with particular expertise in grounded theory) and Psychotherapy Theory/Practice. Dr. Suyemoto s 4

5 scholarship focuses primarily in the following areas: (a) racial and ethnic identities, experiences of discrimination, and mental health for Asian Americans and people of color; (b) the process and effects of anti-racist action, education, and community interventions on both privileged and oppressed peoples. One current research project examines the effects of racism for people of color and how taking action to resist or challenge racism personally or systemically may moderate the negative psychological effects of experiencing racism. A second project in collaborative development is designing and evaluating intervention workshops to address racism related stress for people of color. Previous publications and presentations have focused on inter-minority race relations, training psychologists for cultural sensitivity, teaching for transformation and social justice, and feminist applications and connections with multicultural understandings in psychotherapy. Foci of graduate students within her research team include effective services for promoting Asian American mental health and well being; intersectionality, racism, and sexism for Asian American women; intergenerational trauma for southeast Asian refugees; relations between Black and Asian individuals and communities; social negotiation of ambiguous identities (multiracial and bisexual), and experiences of transracial/transnational adoptees. Dr. Suyemoto has served as the Co-Director of the New England Center for Inclusive Teaching, the President of the Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA), and currently serves as the AAPA observing representative to the American Psychological Association Council of Representatives. She has provided consultation and training locally and nationally on diversity within psychology training, culturally competent and anti-racist therapy, and diversity education, In 2013, she was recognized as a White House Champion of Change: Asian American Pacific Islander Woman Leader and was also awarded the Asian American Psychological Association s Distinguished Contributions Award. Confirmed for

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