Dr. Anna Zozulinsky received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University, with a research emphasis from the Center for Neuroscience in Women’s Health at Stanford School of Medicine. She completed her doctoral internship at RAMS’s NAAPTC, and trained at several community mental health organizations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Zozulinsky serves as director of Child, Youth and Family Outpatient Services and maintains a small clinical practice at Asian Family Institute.
As a trilingual (Russian and Hebrew) and tri-cultural psychologist, Dr. Zozulinsky has particular interests in identity formation across cultural contexts and immigration-related experience and is dedicated to providing culturally-sensitive services to children, youth, families, adults and couples. Her approach is rooted in contemporary psychoanalytic theory. She strives to create warm and safe relationships with her clients, to promote lasting change through collaboration and reflection.
Dr. Zozulinsky holds a B.A.in Cinema Studies from Tel Aviv University and was trained as a photographer at International Center of Photography in New York. She is keenly interested in the intersection between aesthetic experiences, creativity and psychological well-being and incorporates this sensibility in her clinical work.
Dennielle Kronenberg is a bilingual (Spanish) Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has provided services to adolescents and their families for over a decade. Ms. Kronenberg began her career with RAMS as a Clinical Case Manager and Family Clinician at the Mission High School Wellness Center. Her next role in the agency was working with youth on probation with substance use and mental health issues. Ms. Kronenberg continued her work with this population as Program Coordinator of SF TRACK. Before taking the role of Wellness Director, Ms. Kronenberg briefly served as Quality Improvement Supervisor for RAMS’ CYF division, supporting clinicians with documentation and compliance matters.
Ms. Kronenberg earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from San Francisco State University and also holds a California Pupil Personnel Services Credential to provide school based services for grades K-12.
Principal & CEO of Quantified Program Management LLC
Assistant District Attorney, San Francisco
Maggie Roberts was a disability rights lawyer in California for thirty years. She most recently had a private law practice in Oakland, CA specializing in representing children with disabilities in special education cases. Prior to that, she worked at Disability Rights California as an Associate Managing Attorney. She provided legal representation to children and adults with disabilities on a variety of issues related to disability rights, including, special education rights, civil rights, and access to community based services. She performed policy work and legislative advocacy related to expanding access to community based mental health and other health services and reducing stigma related to disability. She has given multiple training presentations across California to educate people on the rights and unmet service based needs of individuals with disabilities, as well as teaching self-advocacy to people with disabilities and their families. Before joining Disability Rights California, Maggie had her own law practice in San Francisco specializing in representing homeless individuals with disabilities in SSI benefits claims and appeals.
Maggie graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1990. She holds a B.A. degree in East Asian Studies from Oberlin College.
Prior to attending law school, Maggie worked in public interest agencies supporting at risk women and youth, including working as a counselor at a crisis center for adolescents, working as a counselor at a women’s health clinic, and managing a shelter for women and children subjected to domestic violence.
Maggie retired from the practice of law in 2019. She now devotes her time to providing direct volunteer services through various community based agencies, including San Francisco Suicide Prevention, San Francisco Court Appointed Special Advocates, and 826 Valencia. Maggie also writes poetry and is writing a play. Maggie is proud to be a member of the Board of Directors of RAMS.
Lee Hsu has taught edtech and computer skills to K-5 children in SF public schools since 2015. He served on the SFMTA Board of Directors from 2016-2019. He is currently serving as president of the West Portal Merchants Association and was a past president of the Greater West Portal Neighborhood Association. Lee is co-owner of the Coder School SF, which has locations on West Portal Ave and Clement St.
Serial Entrepreneur (retired), Advisors/Board to various Companies, Social Ventures, University, Sovereign Nations
Health Economist, Department Chair & Professor, San Francisco State University, Dept. of Economics
Marjorie Scholtz is a businesswoman, entrepreneur, and CEO of Verbhouse, a company that she founded in response to the growing social and economic challenges faced by housing affordability and accessibility to affordable home finance in high-cost urban markets like the San Francisco Bay Area.