CEO, Psych Hub
Marjorie Morrison is the president and CEO of Psych Hub, the premier online platform for impactful and engaging learning on mental health topics. A visionary and passionate pioneer in the mental health space, Morrison co-founded Psych Hub with Patrick J. Kennedy in 2018 with a focused goal to combat both quality and access issues in behavioral health. Psych Hub certifies behavioral health providers into specialties using evidence-based interventions, allowing for more precision therapy with companion treatment tools for their patients. The Mental Health Ally Platform provides a host of eLearning opportunities for the layperson to learn how to assist those in need. Psych Hub’s public video library for people seeking to learn more about some of our Nation’s most vexing mental health challenges have had over three million views on their YouTube channel. Psych Hub is currently developing a registry of certified providers in specialty areas, making it easier to match those seeking treatment from a provider who has been trained to treat their diagnosis or symptoms. Psych Hub has over 700 partners that share their mental health resources touching every state in the US and every continent on the planet. Prior to launching Psych Hub, Morrison was the founder and CEO of PsychArmor Institute, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, committed to bridging the military-civilian divide by developing, promoting, and distributing free online courses spanning a wide range of topics important to those who serve military service members and their families. Under Morrison’s leadership, PsychArmor flourished and is now widely recognized as the trusted and leading expert for “Best-in-Class” resources regarding the understanding of and solutions to complex and unique military veteran issues. To date, PsychArmor has trained over one million people, gaining over 500 partners along the way. Morrison left PsychArmor in 2019 to dedicate her full-time attention to Psych Hub but remains involved as a member of the Board of Directors. Marjorie’s focus on supporting members of the military and their communities was first developed in the field, after she spent a year writing and implementing a revolutionary proactive counseling program for the U.S. Marines. After working with 500 Marine drill instructors, her innovative program continued at Camp Pendleton, where she had access to hundreds of Marines to interview, work with, and learn from. This implementation research was utilized to create a groundbreaking solution to approach military mental health care. Morrison is a CA Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, a CA Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, a PPS-credentialed School Psychologist, and the author of The Inside Battle: Our Military Mental Health Crisis. As a renowned subject matter expert, she has been featured numerous times by national media giants such as BBC, NBC, FOX, CBS, CNN, and NPR, along with being a contributing writer for multiple outlets including TIME, Newsweek, The Daily Beast, and Huffington Post. Morrison has received numerous awards for her advocacy and leadership. She is a native of California who currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee and is the mother of three adult children: Jacob, Lindsey, and Charlie.
GM of Platform, Thirty Madison
Julia F. Bernstein is GM, Platform at Thirty Madison, the virtual specialized care platform. An experienced executive in the digital health space, she has held leadership roles at Tempest, Beacon Health Options and Ginger.io. She also advises and invests in early stage startups, and serves on PharmaCCX’s Board of Directors. Julia holds a MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and am AB from Dartmouth College.
Independent Board Member & Advisor
Martha is an experienced CEO and P&L owner who creates, grows, and scales healthcare businesses both domestically and internationally. She utilizes an innovative strategic approach to setting direction, building high performance teams, mentoring rising leaders, uncovering key value creation levers, and delivering exceptional financial results. As a successful CEO, she brings authenticity, passion and financial discipline to develop industry leading strategies. She has built diverse businesses by recruiting top talent and fostering a culture of innovation at all levels.As a board member and CEO advisor, Martha is using her deep knowledge of the healthcare industry to help develop businesses focusing on disruptive ideas that transform the way care is provided. She is a founding board member of PsychHub, an educational and training platform start-up founded by Patrick Kennedy and Marjorie Morrison, combining clinical research and the art of storytelling to support mental health, substance use and suicide prevention. Martha is on the board of Alma, a start up helping behavioral health providers to a platform to provider high quality care in an inclusive environment. Martha is working to connect companies throughout the industry to key stakeholders helping to drive significant growth in early stage companies. Martha is an advisor to several start-ups in the both the medical and behavioral health spaces, with a focus on quality, early intervention, and evidence based practices. Martha’s extensive experience with large payers, as well as working closely with start ups and integrating acquisitions gives her a unique perspective in today’s healthcare marketplace. Martha is an advisor for HPIR - Health Plan Innovation Roundtable, a new collaboration of EHIR, with 11 regional health plans covering over 30 million members and working to streamline innovation efforts in the industry.Prior to branching out on her own, Martha was CEO of Optum Behavioral Health, where she spent 5 years strategically developing high-impact integrated care for over 35 million members. She more than doubled the revenue to $5B through organic growth, acquisitions, and digital innovation after foundationally rebuilding a more efficient and market leading business. As an internal Board member and advisor, Martha created a culture of innovation both on her team and within the enterprise. She helped to develop businesses, one focused on transforming an acquired B2C application into a B2B business and provider, and one focused on taking the point solutions across the industry and integrating them to deliver at scale in the behavioral health ecosystem. She helped to develop the strategies and mentored the CEO’s of these early stage businesses.At Aetna, Martha was New England Market President growing revenue to $2B, by establishing ACOs across multiple states, entering into the first health care exchanges, and reestablished Aetna’s presence in Boston. Prior to this, she successfully built Aetna’s Global Benefits business. She grew the international business from its earliest stage to $1B revenue, through both M&A and organic growth, creating the industry’s largest provider of expat benefits. Martha’s international experience includes deep immersion in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Dublin, London, and Dubai.
Mona Potter, MD
Medical Director of Child & Adolescent Outpatient Services, McLean Hospital
Mona is a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist who is dedicated to improving the lives of children and their families. She is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and serves as the Medical Director of McLean Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Outpatient Services. In this role, Mona was integral in developing the infrastructure for several outpatient programs, including the McLean Anxiety Mastery Program (MAMP) and the School Consultation Service. Passionate about incorporating cutting-edge technologies into treatment, Mona also serves on the Executive Committee for the McLean Institute for Technology in Psychiatry (ITP). In addition, Mona is the Associate Training Director for the MGH/McLean Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program, where she has the privilege of mentoring the next generation of child psychiatrists. Throughout her career, Mona has worked with children and adolescents with a range of challenges, including anxiety disorders, OCD, personality disorders, depressive and mood disorders, substance use disorders, and eating disorders at various levels of care, including inpatient, residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient. She credits this range of her experiences with the versatility and flexibility she brings to the table as a clinician, administrator, and innovator.
Founder & Host, Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech Summit
Solome Tibebu is a behavioral health technology strategist passionate about health equity and access. Solome leads The Upswing Fund for Adolescent Mental Health, a collaborative fund seeded by Melinda Gates' Pivotal Ventures and other private family offices. Solome is also the host of the Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech summit. Prior to consulting various stakeholders on all things behavioral health technology, Solome worked in corporate development, venture capital, behavioral health EHR software, ran a mental health tech startup, founded AnxietyInTeens.org, and has been developing healthcare startup communities since 2012. Solome is an advisor or board director to several behavioral health companies and national nonprofits.
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