Bill Resnick earned his M.D. from University of Pennsylvania and completed a psychiatry residency at UCLA. He has worked as a community psychiatrist at AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Venice Family Clinic, where he continues to volunteer. Bill was also an internal consultant for Roll International Corporation in 2008-09, after earning an MBA from UCLA Anderson. A Los Angeles native, Bill is currently living in West Hollywood and splits his time teaching and volunteering as a psychiatrist and tending to various nonprofit board commitments. Bill currently serves as president of the board of directors at the Relational Center in Los Angeles. The Center offers specialized counseling for individuals, families, and neighborhoods with the goal of reversing the harm of social isolation, He also serves as chairman of the board at Beit T’Shuvah (a residential addiction treatment and prevention center that combines Jewish spirituality, twelve-step recovery and psychotherapy) and is a board member of the Venice Family Clinic (the largest free clinic in the US), in addition to serving on the boards of the Menninger Clinic (consistently rated amongst the top psychiatric hospitals) in Houston, TX and Center Theatre Group (Los Angeles’ premiere regional theater). He has previously served on the boards of the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center and In The Life Media, which produces a newsmagazine for PBS focused on LGBT stories. He joined the AJWS board of trustees in June 2012.
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