Mario Hernandez, PhD spoke with Scott Bryant-Comstock on the Optimistic Advocate podcast to discuss his research and leadership throughout his career. In the episode, titled "Mario Hernandez: Exemplary Leadership in Systems of Care," Hernandez talks about his career as an architect of the systems of care movement in child mental health and how he grew the Department of Child and Family Studies in size and prestige during his years as chair. Hernandez offers tips to be a successful leader and discusses ways to overcome challenges in implementing innovative initiatives. Listen to the podcast here.
CFS professor discusses systems of care in podcast episode
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