Jane Spinner, MSW,MBA is Project Officer for Strategic Initiatives at the University of Michigan Depression Center and Department of Psychiatry. In this position, she oversees the design, development, and implementation of major projects and initiatives that address the mental health needs of special populations, and helps translate clinical research advances in mental health to those in need in Michigan and nationally. Ms. Spinner has over 30 years of experience in the health care field, with a background as a clinician, health care business executive, and an entrepreneur. She has specific expertise in strategic marketing planning and center of excellence development for health care systems, physician groups, and corporations.
Anne Kramer, LMSW is a Senior Research Associate at the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry and Depression Center. She has experience in implementing protocol-based research interventions involving adolescents and young adults at risk for suicidal behavior and suicide. Anne is the Program Manager for the Michigan Child Collaborative Care Program. Anne has considerable expertise in the development and oversight of behavioral health services for youth and families with a particular focus on community and school-based programs. Anne provides education and training on mental health and suicide to mental health professionals, teachers, parents and other community groups as well as graduate and undergraduate students. She is certified as an instructor of the competency-based curriculum for mental health professionals: Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk: Core Competencies for Mental Health Professionals (AMSR); safeTALK suicide alertness training for trainers and is a trainer consultant for Applied Suicide Intervention Training (ASIST).
Erin Hughes-Krieger, LMSW is the Associate Program Manager for the MC3 program. She completed her B.A. from Hope College and her MSW from the University of Michigan focusing on interpersonal practice and mental health. Erin started her career with CMH in Detroit, Michigan, providing individual and group therapy for severely and persistently mentally ill consumers in the community. She then returned to the University of Michigan as a clinical social worker in the Department of Psychiatry M-DOCC program providing telephone-based depression management to primary care and OB/GYN patients. In 2012, Erin became the Social Work Coordinator of the M-DOCC program where she helped manage the expansion of the program across the University of Michigan Health System primary care and OB/GYN, and the expansion of the M-DOCC model in two communities in the state of Michigan including Hillsdale and Jackson. Her interests include integrated behavioral health in primary care, mental health access in rural and underserved communities and behavioral health screening in primary care and obstetrics.