Carlo Ciotoli, MD, MPA
Associate Vice President for Student Health and Executive Director of the Student Health Center, New York University
Co-Director, Network for Improvement and Innovation in College Health

Carlo Ciotoli, MD, MPA, is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Medicine. Carlo oversees the NYU Student Health Center, which is comprised of a comprehensive and integrated set of medical, counseling, health promotion, and ancillary services; staffed by more than 225 FTE employees; and generates over 130,000 patient visits a year.  Carlo has a track record of leadership and achievement in medical management and re-engineering of ambulatory care processes and outcomes, and improving access to preventive health services on college campuses.  Under Carlo’s leadership, the NYU Student Health Center has received numerous national awards increasing access to health care services; instituting a comprehensive and multidimensional approach to preventing high risk drinking; creating an integrated health care delivery system with preventive, medical, and mental health services; implementing a comprehensive approach for depression identification and management including universal screening for depression. Carlo is PI of a SAMHSA funded project, “LiveWellNYU: The Development and Evaluation of a Holistic Approach to Improving Wellness, Building Resilience, and Preventing Suicide” and Project Director of an AHRQ funded project “Quality Improvement in College Health.”  He is the PI of the National College Depression Partnership, an award-winning, 42 school quality improvement collaborative focused on supporting college health systems and clinicians in providing optimal depression care through the use of outcomes measurements and collaborative learning.  He also serves as Co-chair of the American College Health Association (ACHA)’s Benchmarking Advisory Committee. Previously Carlo was a staff physician in Bellevue Hospital’s Chest and Asthma clinics and was part of the team that developed an Asthma Primary Care clinic that resulted in improved clinical outcomes for patients enrolled in the clinic.

Kimberly Daly, DNP, APRN, FNP-C
Associate Director of Counseling and Health Services
Salem State University

Dr. Daly  is the Associate Director of Counseling and Health Services at Salem State University in Salem, Massachusetts. She has been the health coordinator for the student health services and a clinician at Salem State University since 2008. Dr. Daly has more than a  decade of experience working with adolescent and young adult populations in the areas of health promotion and health education. Her clinical passions include reproductive health care and women’s health. She has a strong interest in quality improvement initiatives to improve health outcomes and  processes. She is a strong advocate for patient rights and has participated in several statewide committees and coalitions to ensure access to confidential healthcare and eliminating disparities.

Martha Dannenbaum, MD
Director of Student Health Services
Texas A&M University

Dr. Dannenbaum is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and was in private practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma for 15 years. Since 2008, Dr. Dannenbaum has served as Director for Student Health Services, providing direction in the management of the health of over 60,000 students; overseeing clinical operations and emergency medical services for the campus; participating on the university threat assessment and emergency task forces; and promoting health and wellness for all members of the Texas A&M family of faculty, staff and students. In addition to her administrative duties, she continues to provide office-based gynecologic care for the students at Texas A&M. Martha is also the Chair of the Wellness Needs of Military Veteran Students Coalition for the American College Health Association (ACHA) and member of the ACHA Benchmarking Committee.

Linda Fu, MD, MS,
Pediatrician, Children’s National Health System
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, George Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. Fu serves as the Director of Academic Development for the Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health at Children’s National, and as the Immunization Initiatives Representative for the DC Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Dr. Fu’s advocacy and research interests lie in immunization delivery—understanding and removing barriers to individuals receiving recommended vaccinations to keep them and the community at-large safe from vaccine-preventable diseases. Dr. Fu has overseen several immunization quality improvement projects to update healthcare providers in the District of Columbia and in 21 states on the implementation of immunization delivery best practices.

Dr. Fu and the Children’s National immunization team have been recognized with multiple national honors including being highlighted by the American Hospital Association as a CEO Insight Series Case Example (2012) and the 2013 Research and Hope Award for Patient and Community Health presented by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) for “commitment and achievement in promoting the importance of research of and access to vaccines.”

Anne Jones, DO, MPH
Interim Director of Medical Services, Gannett Health Services
Cornell University

As a family physician, community is of utmost importance to Anne. She sees health and healthcare as vitally connected to the community in which we live, eat, work, and play. When the opportunity arose to return to Cornell, Anne saw it as an opportunity to use her skills in primary care, public health, population medicine and osteopathy to serve a community that she loves. Anne has been at Cornell University as Assistant Director of Medical Services since June 2013.  In her administrative role as Assistant Director of Medical Services, her responsibility is to ensure the system is working well and the operations of the clinic are best serving the needs of all of patients and clients. This involves coordinating the electronic health record, billing and coding, quality improvement, utilization review, and peer review activities, in addition to promoting team-based care. She also speaks on campus, as well as at national conferences in the fields of primary care, family medicine, public health, population health, and college health. She also contributes to publications and journals at Cornell and nationally.

Allison J Smith, MPA
Assistant Director, Population Health, New York University
Co-Director, Network for Improvement and Innovation in College Health

Allison J Smith, M.P.A., is the Assistant Director of Population Health at New York University. Her focus is on the use of network approaches to improve population health and developing new strategies to activate young adults to be engaged in their own health and the health of their community. Allison’s leadership to create LiveWellNYU, an innovative public health model, has resulted in numerous national awards and SAMHSA funding. Additionally, Allison is co-founder and co-director of the Network for Improvement and Innovation in College Health and has been awarded several grants to support national quality improvement interventions in college health focused on depression, immunizations, and building improvement capability and capacity. She also serves as Chair of the American College Health Association Healthy Campus 2020 Coalition, an appointed member of the ACHA-National College Health Assessment Advisory Committee, and co-authored revisions to the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) Health Promotion Standards. Previously, Allison developed a nationally recognized school based asthma education curriculum, and she testified before Congress about the importance of passing H.R. 2023—Asthmatic Schoolchildren’s Treatment and Health Management (ASTHMA Act) of 2004.