Opeeka’s Webinar Series: Discussions on Health Equity, Children’s Health & Mental Well-being, and Virtual Care Delivery

The effects of the pandemic continue as we move into its third year. No one can deny the need for systemic changes; however, few have clearly articulated ‘what’ & ‘how’ to meet these challenges and more.

Well, Opeeka has setup a series of free webinars, where ‘thought-leaders’ have collaborated in sharing innovative solutions for the future! The ultimate goal is to create a ‘culture for success’ supporting whole-person care.

Please join us to participate in these free-sessions, where real-solutions will be shared in combatting the most pressing health-care topics.

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Reserve your spot for these 1-hour sessions, over 3-consecutive days, where new & progressive technology startups along serve as panelists, along with national experts discuss solutions-children’s mental & physical health, virtual care & health-equity.


John S. Lyons, PhD

Professor, IPH Center Director at the University of Kentucky

Dr. John S. Lyons is director of the Center for Innovation in Population Health and professor of Health Management and Policy. He has published more than 200 peer reviewed publications and six books including Redressing the Emperor: improving our children's public mental health system and Communimetrics. Lyons has created and supported the use of evidence-based assessments that are used around the world including the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS), Family Advocacy and Support Tool (FAST) and Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA). He actively works at the interface between practice and policy in mental health, child welfare, education, and justice.

Lonnie R. Snowden, PhD

Behavioral Health Services and Health Disparities Researcher

Lonnie Snowden is a professor of health policy and management at the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health has an extensive history of engaging policy development efforts utilizing his research that focuses on mental health care access, quality, and equity, for racial and ethnic communities and underserved populations.

Snowden has served on numerous review and advisory committees for the National Institutes of Mental Health and Drug Abuse and various foundations. He contributed sections to the first-ever Surgeon General’s Report on Mental Health and served as co-scientific editor of the supplement “Mental Health: Culture, Race, and Ethnicity”: A Supplement to Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General.

Dr. Kate Cordell, Ph.D., M.P.H.

CEO, Chief Scientific Officer and Co-Founder at Opeeka, Inc.

Dr. Cordell is a nationwide thought leader for behavioral health technology, integrating data systems to support a whole- person approach to care. She has built models for federal, state, county, healthcare provider and community-based agencies to convert behavioral health and social program data into decisions and decisions into positive outcomes. Dr. Cordell works to identify whether individuals and families are improving during care. She is especially interested in what works for whom. Every person and family have a story, often complex but also sewn with common thread. Dr. Cordell uses longitudinal analysis methods to model the changing patterns in these complex tapestries, hoping to identify common elements of design.

Susan McLennan

Co-Founder and CMO at Welfie

Susan is a co-Founder and the Chief Marketing Officer of Welfie, an organization that exists to lift the health of families through their children. Susan specializes in helping purposeful brands tell stories that change the world. Work she has created with her husband/partner, Mike Erskine Kellie, has won Emmy Awards, made headlines in top media outlets around the world, and been selected for inclusion in the Smithsonian and the Library of Congress.

Colleen Leung

Co-Founder and CEO at Unmute

Colleen Leung is the Co-Founder & CEO of Unmute- a mental health platform that uses machine learning algorithms to increase the match and long-term success rate of patients seeking therapy treatment. Colleen was born and raised on the island of Oahu and in 2018 relocated to Boston to obtain her MBA from Babson College. Unmute was launched during the pandemic and has matched 400+ users to the right therapist to date. Colleen is now looking to white label and provide Unmute's matching services to health insurance companies.

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