Connie Mom-Chhing, D.M., MPA
NAMI Board of Directors
Connie Mom-Chhing, D.M., MPA is a member of the NAMI Board of Directors and a Senior Director of Regional Systems Integration at the Community Health Plan of Washington in Vancouver. She is a member of NAMI Southwest Washington where she has advocated for funding to support NAMI programs, services and events.
She hopes to support NAMI’s outreach efforts to underserved and underrepresented communities and increase awareness of mental health within communities of color.
Connie previously worked at Columbia United Providers where she was the Chief Behavioral Health Officer. She has more than 20 years of working experience in the areas of behavioral health administration, health care integration strategies, managed care operations, non-profit management, health care policy analysis, peer advocacy, and cultural diversity, inclusion and equity.
She has been recognized by the Washington State Governor’s Office with the Governor’s Recognition Award for Statewide Services to Mental Health Transformation.
She earned her D.M. in Organizational Leadership, University of Phoenix, AZ; MPA from Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR; and B.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and French, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA. She also completed a Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program from Cornell University.
For the 2022-2023 Board year, Connie serves as Chair to the Public Policy Workgroup and is member on the Youth & Young Adults Mental Health Outreach Workgroup and Justice Systems, Equity, Diversion & Inclusion Committee.
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