Meet Our Team
Our staff is dedicated to eliminating inequities in mental health treatment and training through APF’s generous scholarships and high-quality programming.
Access Psychology Foundation board members are fiduciaries who steer the organization toward a sustainable future by adopting sound ethical and legal, governance and financial management policies, as well as by making sure the Foundation has adequate resources to advance its mission.
Members of the APF Board of Directors embrace our mission to overcome behavioral health disparities that exist among historically underrepresented populations by increasing access to evidence-based prevention, treatment, training and education. Each board member chairs or co-chairs at least one APF committee and provides expertise and guidance related to various foundation functions, including: programs, finance, development, audit, marketing and communications, nominations and governance, and strategic planning.
Alec L. Miller, PsyD
Lata K. McGinn, PhD
Rick Suarez, CFP
Paul Barger, Esq.
Stacie Shivers, PsyD
APF Advisory Board members embrace our mission to overcome behavioral health disparities that exist among racially diverse and underserved populations by increasing access to evidence-based prevention, treatment, training and education.
To perform successfully in service to the Access Psychology Foundation, Advisory Board members:
Believe in the mission, vision and values of Access Psychology Foundation. Participate on at least one APF committee: e.g., Finance, Audit, Development, Programs, Marketing & Communications.
Regularly attend board and committee meetings, contribute ideas and expertise. Assist in enhancing APF’s public standing. Advisory Board members are representatives of the Foundation’s mission, accomplishments and goals and promote its mission and programs to others.
Advise on strategic programming opportunities and work to strengthen APF’s programs and services. Make a meaningful financial contribution to the Access Psychology Foundation with time, talent and treasure.
Identify and solicit businesses, individual donors, private foundations, and other prospects for potential donations.
Jerry Pavlon-Blum, Ed.M
Minu Thomas, PsyD
Ema Saito, MD
Molly Carmel, LCSW-R
Anthony Del Monte
Access Psychology Foundation Ambassadors provide time, talent, and resources through work on office duties, committees, client service, special events, or other APF projects. Volunteering to become an APF Ambassador offers the following benefits:
Opportunity to be a part of providing a vital service to families and individuals in need.
Network with like-minded professionals, representing a diverse set of skills and experiences, and gain insight into opportunities within a range of industries.
Strengthen and build communication and interpersonal skills by engaging with both up-and-coming and experienced professionals.
Support and empower your community, and be a force of change in an ever-evolving world.
To learn more about becoming an APF Ambassador contact us at email@example.com
It’s our responsibility to act now and embark on building a scalable network of people who bring new perspectives and insights to of which we have not seen before in the field. Your donation has the real long-term potential to impact many generations.