Tina Runyan

Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Co-founder, Tend Health

Christine Runyan is a clinical health psychologist, Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and the Co-Founder of Tend Health. After starting her career as a psychologist in the US Air Force, she focused her research, clinical service, and teaching in family medicine and on promoting models of integrated primary care. At the height of the pandemic, recognizing the undeniable need for expert mental health services for healthcare professionals, she launched Tend Health. Tend Health provides specialized and accessible mental health care to healthcare professionals and healthcare organizations willing to invest in their most precious resource—clinicians.

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Family Foundation CEO Retreat

Posted on February 12, 2021 by Michael Smith, Tina Runyan, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Rob Reich, Shaady Salehi, Carmen Rojas, Diana Scearce, Alexa Cortes Culwell, Crystal Hayling, Nicholas A. Tedesco

The role of a family foundation CEO is unique, often bridging generations of family members, community leaders, staff, advisors, and partners. Expectations can be challenging to meet and boundaries are sometimes vague and ever-changing. Success in this role requires a cadre of specialized leadership skills, particularly in these divisive and dynamic times. This 3-day virtual retreat, designed for both new… Read More

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