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Ms. Rosengarten is a Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with a long history of leadership in behavioral health and clinical practice, which reflects a deep commitment to the well-being of her patients. Prior to joining the Center of Excellence, Ms. Rosengarten worked as Chief of Behavioral Health at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates in Boston. She has also served as Director of Advanced Practice and Education of the Somaliland project for the Chester M. Pierce MD Division of the Global Psychiatry Department at the Massachusetts General Hospital. In 2013, Ms. Rosengarten was awarded the Community Scholars Program Scholarship by the Boston University School of Public Health in recognition of her notable contributions to public health. Ms. Rosengarten, Director of Clinical Operations for the Center of Excellence in Co-Occurring Medicine and Telemental Health Group, is a Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who has occupied a multitude of managerial, supervisory, educational, psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological nursing positions in Canada and the U.S. — in both English and French-speaking psychiatric healthcare settings. During recent years, she has worked as Chief of Behavioral Health at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, an affiliate of Atrius Health, and as Director of Advanced Practice and Education of the Somaliland project for the Chester M. Pierce MD Division of the Global Psychiatry Department at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She has also filled leadership positions in Inuit mental healthcare at the Notre-Dame Hospital of the University of Montreal Health Center in Canada and in Cambodian refugee mental healthcare as part of the Southeast Asian Service Division of North Suffolk Mental Health Association in Massachusetts. Ms. Rosengarten has undertaken agency-wide initiatives to improve the quality of care offered by governmental and non-governmental organizations she has worked for and with, including the creation of culturally and linguistically adequate evaluation tools; internet technology measures to increase efficiency of care and provider education and collaboration; monitoring tools to facilitate the early detection of metabolic syndrome; and psychopharmacology lectures for PCP management of patients with behavioral health issues. In 2013, Ms. Rosengarten was awarded the Community Scholars Program Scholarship by the Boston University School of Public Health in recognition of her notable public health contributions in preceding years. Ms. Rosengarten received her Bachelor's degree in Anthropology in 2000 from McMaster University, her Bachelor in Nursing Sciences in 2005 from the University of Montreal, obtained a specialization in Medical Anthropology matters in West Africa at the University of Oxford in England in 2000, and her Master's in Advanced Practice Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2011. She has acquired two United Nations accredited executive leadership certificates of training in Peace Support Operations and continues to volunteer her services as clinical consultant for the Seattle division of Architects Without Borders. She is an honorary member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honors Society of Nursing and of the Golden Key International Honour Society. Her research interests include the use of neuropsychiatric practice in peace building, the design, implementation and evaluation of humanitarian projects, behavioral epigenetics and the prevention of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in addition to its treatment in contexts of societal rehabilitation.