2017 Board Members
Rosalie Curoe Cornew
(650) 504-2388 / 182 Brookside Drive | Portola Valley CA 94028 | email@example.com
Marketing and business development executive, with global experience in technology and consumer industries (start-ups and matrix global organizations) with a focus on development and global deployment of marketing, training, and sales programs. An energetic, results oriented leader who enjoys developing multi-cultural teams while driving deliverables, profitability within timeline and budgets (managed in excess of $10M). Strategic thinker with guerilla-style implementation. Co-founder of consumer product start up, responsible for business development, marketing, sales and operations. Raised internationally, with global work experience and speaks 5 languages (Fluent in Spanish, French, Italian; Conversant in German.)
Reed Letsinger earned his Ph.D in Philosophy at Stanford University in 1974 and his MA in Counseling Psychology in 2004 at Santa Clara University, CA. He received his training at Santa Clara University and the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, where he is Associate Director of the Family Therapy Center. He is in private practice in Larkspur in Marin County. He takes a pragmatic, problem-solving approach to therapy that integrates key elements of strategic family therapy, Gestalt therapy, emotionally focused couples therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and hypnosis. Reed works with adults struggling to overcome emotional blocks, such as depression and excessive worries or fears, that stand in the way of fully connecting with others and achieving their life goals. He also works with couples and families to help reduce conflict and increase cooperation and intimacy. He has a special interest in helping adults grieving the death of a close family member. Reed brings to his therapy work extensive experience in the academic and corporate high-tech worlds.
Patrina Mack is CEO and founder of K’Bro. Prior to founding K’Bro Patrina founded Vision & Execution in 1999. V&E served its clients as interim sales, marketing and product development support for global clients including Agilent, BeVocal (acquired by Nuance), Cisco, DataStreams (Korea), Dream Audio Lab (Singapore), e-Cumulate (acquired by HP), Fasoo (Korea), GroundSource Geothermal, Intuit, Macromedia, NetIQ Corporation, Oblicore (acquired by Computer Associates), Traverse Networks (acquired by Avaya), Visa, Voxify, Wind River (acquired by Intel) and xBrain (France). Prior to that she led SaaS product development for NetGravity launching globally through IPO until being acquired by Doubleclick. Before that she led new product initiatives domestically and internationally for PacTel Corporation through its spinoff and IPO to become AirTouch.
Dr. Tom Nagy has been in private practice in psychology for over 40 years, treating adults with psychological and physiological symptoms with eclectic psychotherapy and hypnosis. He also is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine where he teaches psychology postdoctoral trainees. He has authored four books and a number of chapters and articles on psychological ethics and other clinical issues, and provides consultation to mental health care providers, patients, students, and educators. He also served as an Oral Examiner for licensure candidates in California for 10 years, and has taught many workshops and seminars for students and experienced clinicians alike.
Dr. Soo-Hoo is Board Certified in Family and Couples Psychology (ABPP). He is the Clinical Director of the Family Therapy Clinic at MRI. In addition, he is currently an associate professor at the California State University East Bay in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program. He completed his Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1988 at the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to university teaching he devoted over twenty years as a psychologist in Community Mental Health Services in San Francisco working with a diverse range of people with many different psychological problems. He was also the co-director and co-founder of the “Difficult Kids Center” at MRI. His publications include topics on multi-cultural issues in psychotherapy and consultation, and the application of Strength Based Multicultural Integrative Brief Therapy and Consultation. He has special interests in the area of innovative culturally relevant approaches to psychotherapy. He has also provided extensive presentations, training, supervision and consultation on these topics to agencies and other professionals in many countries.