Advisory Board


Carol Boyer

– National Director for Community Partnerships and Government Affairs
– Howard County Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) Co-Chair
– Director for the International Overdose Awareness Day Candlelight Vigil for 2016 and 2017 Anne Arundel County (largest IOAD in US, 2 years in a row)
– Healthy Anne Arundel Coalition’s Chair for Healthy Anne Arundel Month (implemented over 300 eventsThroughout Anne Arundel County)

Chairperson for the Human Performance Signature Program at Northeast High School, where she was the first to host the Anne Arundel County Executive’s “Not My Child” Panel for the school system. A well-organized, results-driven problem-solver who is able to develop and successfully maintain relationships with local and national business partners of all sizes. Passionate about helping people in need and creating lasting relationships with the community. Has a strong focus on health and wellness, creating a better standard of living, with strong interests in diversity and inclusiveness to all members of the community. Extensive experience in event planning and organizing, community outreach, business development and growth, with focus on interpersonal relationships and talent partnerships.

Hye Shin Park, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow University of Maryland
School of Social Work

-University of Maryland, School of Social Work, PhD
-Case Western Reserve University, MSSA
-Dartmouth College, BA

Hyeshin Park is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-C) and has a PhD in social work from University of Maryland, Baltimore. She currently works as a private practitioner at ARA Counseling, P.C. and also as a psychotherapist at King Health Systems, Inc, which is an outpatient clinic in West Baltimore. She provides counseling for adolescents, adults, couples and families from various ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Her research interests are regarding motivational interviewing, child welfare, and childhood and adolescent obesity. She is passionate about destigmatizing mental health disorders and promoting mental health as well as socioemotional and physical health in minority communities.

Andrew J. Lee

Masters of Social Work, Degree anticipated 2020
University of Maryland, Baltimore: School of Social Work
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology with a concentration in Human Services
Minor: Asian Studies
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)

Hyun-Jin Jun, PhD, MSW

Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Maryland School of Social Work

-Doctor of Philosophy, University of Maryland School of Social Work, Baltimore, Maryland
-Master of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis Brown School, St. Louis, Missouri
-Master of Social Work, Chung-Ang University Department of Social Welfare, Seoul, Korea
-Bachelor of Social Work, Chung-Ang University Department of Social Welfare, Seoul, Korea

Hyun-Jin Jun is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Her scholarly interests and activities are broadly focuses on the intersection of Health, behavioral health, and associated addictive/risk behaviors including substance use, gambling, violence, and psychiatric epidemiology in adolescents and adults, with particular attention towards implications for prevention. She has various experience working with patients with mental disorders and alcohol problems as well as their families. She hopes to contribute to developing effective prevention and intervention strategies to prevent severe engagement of addictive/risk behaviors and to decrease adverse outcomes related to them, which aims to promote health and the mental health as well as to decrease health disparities in vulnerable population.