Stephanie Hanenberg, MSN, FNC-P
Stephanie is the executive director of Health and Wellness Services at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS), where she received her undergraduate and graduate degrees and has been employed for the past 13 years. Prior to assuming the role of president on the ACHA Board of Directors, Stephanie served as the region II representative, vice president, and president-elect. During her tenure on the ACHA Board, she has served as the board liaison to the Emerging Public Health Threats and Emergency Response Coalition, Advanced Practice Clinicians Section, Membership Task Force, Creating Guidance for Addressing Sexual Assault Task Force, and Campus Safety and Violence Coalition. She also contributed to the creation of the Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence: A Trauma Informed Approach toolkit. Prior to serving on the ACHA Board, she served in numerous roles on the Rocky Mountain College Health Association Board of Directors from 2007-2012. At UCCS, Stephanie is a past chair of the University of Colorado Staff Council and past president of the UCCS Professional Exempt Staff Association. One of her biggest accomplishments to date is her involvement with the design and now oversight of the Gallogly Recreation and Wellness Center expansion that incorporates physical health, mental health, recreation, nutrition and wellness promotion together with a common mission and vision.
Katrin Wesner-Harts, EdD, FACHA
Katrin Wesner-Harts, EdD, FACHA, has been the director of the Abrons Student Health Center at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) since 2007. Prior to her time at UNCW, she had over 18 years of service at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), ultimately serving as the associate director of the Student Health Center. While at RPI, she also taught Human Sexuality and Health Psychology. Katrin has been a member of ACHA since 1995. She is currently chair-elect of the ACHA Program Planning Committee and most recently served as member-at-large on the ACHA Board of Directors. She has also served as chair and program planner for the ACHA Administration Section and was vice president, president-elect, president, and past president of the Southern College Health Association. While Katrin was SCHA president, UNCW hosted the 2016 SCHA Conference, All Aboard! Nurturing Your Passion for College Health. Katrin has a BS in Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA; an MS in Psychology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY; a graduate certificate in Health Systems Administration from Union Graduate College in Schenectady, NY; and an EdD in Educational Leadership/Higher Education from UNCW. Her dissertation was entitled “Faculty Readiness for Emergency Response: A Case Study,” which focused on emergency preparedness as it relates to medical emergencies, active shooter situations, and natural disasters. Katrin’s research interests include emergency preparedness, emergency response, and transgender student success.
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 (2018-2019)
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.