National Advisory Council
The National Advisory Council provides guidance and expertise to Hogg Foundation staff on matters related to strategic planning, major grant initiatives and other projects and activities. Council members typically have expertise in fields related to the Hogg Foundation’s mission, such as psychiatry, sociology, philanthropy, public policy and law. They bring many different perspectives to the foundation, including consumer and family advocacy, academia, and public and private sector practice. Council members are appointed by the executive director and serve staggered five-year terms. The council meets annually in Austin, Texas.
2012 National Advisory Council Members
Holly Echo-Hawk, M.S.
Mental Health Consultant
Sue E. Estroff, Ph.D.
Professor, Social Medicine and Adjunct Professor, Anthropology and Psychiatry
Department of Social Medicine
Daniel B. Fisher, Ph.D., M.D.
Practicing Psychiatrist and Executive Director
D.J. Ida, Ph.D.
LaVerne D. Miller
Vice President of Behavioral Health & Director of the Mental Health Program
Juan M. Sanchez, Ph.D.
Vice President for Research
Office of the Vice President for Research
David Springer, Ph.D., LCSW