Michael Huey, MD, FACHA
Mike is assistant vice president and executive director of Emory University Student Health Services and associate professor of family and preventive medicine at the Emory School of Medicine. He has been in college health for over 25 years. He is board certified in both family medicine and primary care sports medicine. Mike has served on the ACHA Board of Directors as Region I Representative and was a member of both the Guidelines for a Comprehensive College Health Program and Guidelines for Opioid Prescribing in College Health Task Forces. Mike is the recipient of the Emory Division of Campus Life 2010 Ethical Leadership and the 2013 Lifetime Achievement Awards and the Georgia Athletic Trainers Association 2008 Georgia Team Physician of the Year Award. He was an Ebola Clinical Consultant with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2015-16 and participated in the international Ebola response as a CDC infection prevention specialist in Sierra Leone in summer 2015. Mike believes that it is a privilege to serve as a college health professional and focuses his individual service on administration, coordination of care, community health and sports medicine.
Stephanie Hanenberg, MSN, FNC-P
Stephanie is the executive director of Health and Wellness Services at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, where she received her undergraduate and graduate degrees and has been employed for the past 10 years. Stephanie served as the Region II Representative to the ACHA Board of Directors from 2013-2015 and has served in numerous roles, including president, on the Rocky Mountain College Health Association Board of Directors between 2007-2012. During her term as the Region II Representative she was the board liaison to the Emerging Public Health Threats and Emergency Response Coalition, Advanced Practice Clinicians Section, and Membership Task Force. She also served as the chair for the University of Colorado Staff Council Association to the Board of Regents and was president of the Professional Exempt Staff Association for her university. She is also looking for ways to collaborate with other departments and staff within the university system, as she understands the need for a holistic approach to providing students with the best care possible. She loves to advocate for health and counseling services and educate others about the direct link to increased student outcomes and retention when these services are utilized.
Vice President (2017-2019)
Susan Hochman, MPH
Susan is an assistant director for University Health Services at The University of Texas at Austin. In her role, she oversees the Public Information Team, the Office of Health Promotion, Nutrition Services, assessment, academic research partnerships, and diversity initiatives. Additionally, she serves as the chair of UT Austin’s healthy campus coalition, Wellness Network. Susan was a member-at-large on the ACHA Board of Directors from 2015-2017 and has served in numerous other leadership roles in the association, including Annual Meeting Program Planning Chair in 2014 and 2017 and chair of the Health Promotion Section. She is currently a member of the National College Health Assessment Advisory Committee and leads the Population Health Team for the Connected College Health Network. Susan’s entire career has been dedicated to college health, including her time as a peer educator at her undergraduate institution where she first connected with ACHA. She has a passion for research with a special interest in understanding and addressing the relationship between health inequities among diverse populations and subsequent impacts on academic achievement among college students. She values data-driven and evidence-informed decision making to drive campus and national policy impacting the health of students.
Immediate Past President (2017-2018)
Jamie Davidson, PhD, FACHA
Jamie is the associate vice president for Student Wellness at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he previously served as the director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services. He oversees an integrated health, counseling, and wellness center; as well as, a disability resource center, women’s center, and student conduct office. Jamie served within ACHA as a member of the Board of Directors, chair of the Mental Health Section, a member of the Mental Health Best Practices Task Force, vice president of the Pacific College Health Association, and the representative to the Counseling Psychology Synarchy of the Council of Specialties in Professional Psychology. His passion is providing highly coordinated healthcare services and educational programming that advance the optimal wellness of students, thereby enhancing their lives and academic success.
Ted Coleman, PhD, CHES
Ted is a professor and former department chair in health science and human ecology at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). With primary training in emergency medicine, he teaches pathophysiology in addition to human sexuality, perspectives on gender, men’s health issues, gerontology, thanatology, and other courses in public health and health care administration. He works closely with the CSUSB Student Health and Psychological Counseling Center, co-chairs the Campus Health Oversight Committee, and teaches stress management at the International Summer University in Fulda, Germany. Ted served for seven years as chair of the ACHA Coalition of Allies for LGBT Health (now titled the LGBTQ+ Health Coalition). He was appointed the first ACHA Liaison to GLMA (formerly Gay and Lesbian Medical Association), chaired the ACHA Cultural Competency Task Force, and served as a member-at-large on the ACHA Board of Directors, where he was responsible for developing the ACHA Statement on Marriage Equality. Ted is also a grateful recipient of the ACHA Miguel García-Tuñón Award in Human Dignity.