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Tyler Norris, MDiv

Chief Executive

Tyler Norris, MDiv, is chief executive, Well Being Trust, an impact philanthropy with a mission to advance the mental, social and spiritual health of the nation. Over the past three decades, Tyler has shaped health and development initiatives in hundreds of communities in the US and around the world. He has an extensive background as a social entrepreneur and trusted advisor to philanthropies, health systems, government agencies and collaborative partnerships working to improve the health of people and places. Tyler also serves as a board member and/or advisor to Naropa University; the National Academies of Science: Child Well Being Forum; CityHealth; Enterprise Community Partners and others.  Prior to becoming the first chief executive of Well Being Trust, Tyler served as vice president Total Health at Kaiser Permanente, where he led “anchor institution” work, applying all organizational assets to impact the economic, social and environmental determinants of health. He previously served as the founding president and CEO of a leading health consultancy, Community Initiatives, and as founding board chair of IP3, the social enterprise that gave birth to the Community Commons, a GIS data mapping platform. Earlier, he was the first director of what became the Convergence Partnership; a “head coach’ of the YMCA of the USA; and an advisor to Active Living by Design and  the Public Health Institute. He helped open the Abraham Path through the heart of the Middle East, and led the Kuhiston Foundation that helped establish the national park system in Tajikistan. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Executive Program, earned a Master of Divinity degree from Naropa University, and has a bachelor’s degree in World Political Economy from Colorado College. VIEW FULL BIO

Grainger Marburg, Ed.M

Chief Operating Officer

Grainger Marburg, Ed.M, has more than 25 years of professional experience in nonprofit leadership, philanthropy, management consulting and education. He holds a B.A. from Hampshire College and an Ed.M. from Harvard University. Most recently, Grainger served as the CEO of RAFT – Resource Area for Teaching, where he succeeded the founder and guided the organization through its first executive transition in 20 years. Prior to RAFT he led two organizations serving low-income middle-school students and their families. Highlights of his past experience also include a two-year teaching assignment in Micronesia as a Peace Corps Volunteer and managing a comprehensive neighborhood improvement initiative in east San Jose with the former Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Outside of work, Grainger enjoys travel, music, camping, soccer/tennis, and volunteering for social justice causes, all of which contribute to his mental and emotional well-being. VIEW FULL BIO

Benjamin F. Miller, PsyD

Chief Strategy Officer

A self-proclaimed “fragmentation fighter,” Ben has worked to redefine the national policy landscape for mental health and health care. A passionate advocate for mental health transformation, Miller works to separate the disconnected – to integrate the fragmented – all in service to creating more comprehensive and whole models of care. He comes to Well Being Trust from the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, where he was the founding director of the Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center and currently remains a senior advisor. Ben has been a principal investigator on many federal and foundation grants, as well as state contracts related to health and health care integration. He’s written and published on enhancing the evidentiary support for integrated care models, increasing the training and education of mental health providers in medical settings, and the need to address specific health policy and payment barriers for successful integration. He has been featured in numerous media outlets including NBC News, USA Today, NPR, PBS News Hour, and many more. He is currently an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Stanford School of Medicine. VIEW FULL BIO

Arpan Waghray, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Waghray is a geriatric psychiatrist and system director for behavioral medicine at Swedish Health Services, where he oversees an integrated program across primary clinics, a perinatal mood disorders program, consultation liaison services, treatment resistant depression program, inpatient psychiatry units and partial hospitalization programs. He also serves as co-chair of the Providence St. Joseph Health Behavioral Medicine Clinical Practice Group. In this role, he facilitates clinical collaboration across the organization to design, develop and deploy solutions that reduce variation and spread innovation. He was the clinical sponsor for the system’s depression care pathway and oversees its comprehensive tele-behavioral health network. Dr. Waghray completed his medical school training in India, a residency at Brookdale University Medical Center in New York and a fellowship at the University of Washington. He later completed a leadership development program through the Washington State Medical Association designed for physician leaders, as well as an executive development program at the Michael G. Foster School of Business. Dr. Waghray has been featured in Seattle Magazine and Seattle Met as one of the area’s top doctors. VIEW FULL BIO

Jennifer Graves

Grants and Finance Manager

Jennifer Graves is the Grants and Finance Manager for Well Being Trust, responsible for administering the organization’s grants and contracts portfolio. Jennifer has over 15 years of experience in the grants management field, working at both grantmaking and grantee organizations including Kaiser Permanente’s National Program Offices, ClimateWorks Foundation’s Climate and Land Use Alliance, and Super Stars Literacy. In all of these roles, in addition to handling end-to-end grants management processes, she managed a variety of projects aimed at building systems, evaluating and improving processes, and creating solutions to meet changing organizational needs. Jennifer has a BA in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University. VIEW FULL BIO

Robin Henderson, PsyD

Senior Clinical Advisor

Robin Henderson, PsyD, is the Senior Clinical Advisor, Providence St Joseph’s Health, to the Well Being Trust, whose mission is to improve the mental, social, and spiritual health of the nation. In this role, she is provides clinical oversight for investments in programming, ensuring they are consistent with the mission and values of both organizations. She also serves as the Chief Executive, Behavioral Health for Providence Oregon where has direct and matrixed responsibility for all things behavioral health. Prior to this she spent 14 years at St Charles Health System, most recently as their Chief Behavioral Health Officer and Vice President of Strategic Integration. While there, she spent three years as the executive director of the Central Oregon Health Council, the governance entity of the region’s Medicaid payer. Dr. Henderson spends WAY too much time serving on committees and boards. She has a PsyD from George Fox University, and a post-doc in integrated health psychology. She lives in West Linn with her husband, two children, three cats and a bearded dragon where she practices the art of pie. VIEW FULL BIO

Mary Renouf-Hanson, MBA

Senior Marketing and Communications Adviser

Mary Renouf-Hanson, MBA, is currently Associate Vice President of Social and Influencer Strategy for Providence St. Joseph Health and Senior Adviser for Marketing and Communications for Well Being Trust. She has more than 18 years of social and digital marketing experience in health care, sports, entertainment and technology industries. Prior to PSJH, Mary served as the global head of social and influencer marketing at T-Mobile, where she oversaw social, digital and influencer programs for seven brands. Prior to joining the Telecomm industry, she ran global social, influencer and digital marketing for Microsoft Xbox, adidas and several Paul Allen properties including the Portland Trail Blazers. She has numerous awards for her communication strategy innovation, speaks on panels around the country for communications efforts and continues to top lists of people to watch in the social marketing field. Mary is a huge animal lover and is proud to also serve on the Board of Directors for Harmony New Beginnings Animal Rescue. She also serves on the MarComm Committee for the Portland Boys and Girls Club and is on the board of Kinona Sport. VIEW FULL BIO

Laura Blanke

Senior Policy Associate

Laura Blanke is a Senior Policy Associate with Well Being Trust. Prior to joining the Well Being Trust team in May of 2020, Laura served as the Public Health Policy Lead in the Texas Department of State Health Service’s Center for Health Policy and Performance, where her work focused on research and analysis of national and state policy impacting the public health system and providing insight on best practices and service delivery models with the potential to enhance system improvement efforts. Laura has also worked in both the Medicaid policy and eligibility divisions within the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, and spent many years advocating for programs and policies that promote children’s health through her work with the Texas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Her background is in public health and with nearly 15 years of experience in health policy analysis, advocacy, and implementation, Laura is committed to seeking policy solutions to enhance lives, strengthen communities, and transform systems and social structures to better support health needs and improve outcomes. Laura holds a B.A. in anthropology from Rutgers University and received her master’s degree in public health from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health, where curriculum centered on bettering communities through the planning, implementation, and evaluation of innovative health programs. VIEW FULL BIO