Members of the External Review Team
Michael Hogan, PhD, is consultant and advisor at Hogan Health Associates, LLC. He directed state mental health systems in Connecticut, Ohio, and New York for 25 years. He chaired the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health under George W. Bush and was on the board of the Joint Commission for nine years, serving as the Board Chair of Standards and Survey Procedures Committee, which guided accreditation and certification programs. Hogan served two terms on the National Advisory Mental Health Committee, the National Institute of Mental Health. He was the architect of the Suicide Prevention Resource Center’s Zero Suicide Initiative. He is also a Cornell alumnus (CALS, Class of 1969).
Henry Chung, MD, is senior medical director of Behavioral Health Integration Strategy at the Care Management Organization (CMO) of Montefiore Health System and professor of psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has longstanding research and academic expertise in improving the integration of behavioral health access and treatment in primary care, particularly for racial and ethnic minorities. Prior to joining Montefiore, Chung was associate vice president for Student Health and executive director, Student Health Center, New York University. He founded and led the award-winning National College Depression Partnership–Collaborative Action Network Project. Chung was a member of the National Advisory Council of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which provided guidance on behavioral health policy reform. Chung is a Cornell alumnus (A&S, Class of 1984) and completed his psychiatry residency at New York Presbyterian-Cornell.
Karen Singleton, PhD, is associate medical director and chief of Mental Health & Counseling Services at MIT Medical. She is a clinical psychologist who specializes in trauma, multicultural psychotherapy, and bereavement. Prior to coming to MIT, Singleton directed the student health service at Columbia Medical School. She advises on a variety of mental health topics, particularly on the impact of oppression on psychological well-being as well as developing multicultural competency. Singleton consulted the U.S. Department of State on university counseling services in India, and she serves on the Princeton University Health Service advisory board and on the Harvard Mental Health Task Force. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at the City University of New York; her bachelor’s degree at Columbia University; and her postgraduate studies in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at New York University.