David Woodlock, President and CEO
Mr. Woodlock is an experienced leader with a number of hard-won accomplishments. He brings to ICL his exceptional government and private sector management experience. Most recently, he served as CEO of Four Winds Hospital, a private psychiatric system in upstate New York, where he replaced the facility’s founder. He also led a major collaborative primary care initiative, an area where ICL is also a NYS leader. At a time when ICL and other not-for-profit community organizations confront unprecedented changes in the way services will be organized and funded, Mr. Woodlock brings to the organization his decades-long experience working in New York State government, including his four years as a Deputy Commissioner of the NYS Office of Mental Health where he was responsible for the children and families system of care. During his tenure, he was successful in securing the largest annual appropriation for children’s mental health services in the state’s history. Mr. Woodlock received both his Bachelor of Arts in Humanities and a Masters of Science in Special Education from Syracuse University. He was an Associate in Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, as well as a Member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Chris Copeland, LCSW, Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Copeland joined ICL in 2011 as the agency’s Chief Program Officer. In his new role as COO, Chris will ensure that the agency continues to produce quality outcomes that meet the demand of the Triple AIM of: improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care. An experienced leader and innovator, Mr. Copeland brings to the position his over 30 years of clinical and administrative healthcare experience both in the United States and England. Prior to joining ICL, Mr. Copeland lived in Maine where he took on progressively more responsible positions at the Tri-County Mental Health Services, before ultimately assuming the position of CEO. Mr. Copeland’s expertise is in combining the need for fiscal responsibility with clinical excellence, particularly when funding and resources are severely compromised. He is a recognized expert in identifying the role that trauma plays in the seeking and receiving of social and health care, and transforming service systems to be trauma informed. Mr. Copeland received his social work degree in England in 1985 where he worked in inner city projects and subsequently as an administrator for a psychiatric social work team at St James University Hospital in Leeds, England.
Frantz Lubin, M.D., Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Lubin joined ICL in 1998. He received his medical degree in 1982 from Monterrey University, Mexico, and completed his internship and residency in psychiatry from SUNY Health Science Center in 1990. Dr. Lubin subsequently completed 2 psychiatric fellowships at SUNY, including 1 for forensic psychiatry. In addition to his medical leadership position at ICL, Dr. Lubin provides psychiatric consultation at several NYC not-for-profit agencies, and also maintains a private practice. A native of Haiti, Dr. Lubin was among the courageous volunteer medical professionals who flew to Haiti to assist the Haitian people after the catastrophic earthquake.
Dewey H. Howard, CPA, Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Howard joined ICL in 2007, and received his Associates Degree from The State University of New York at Farmingdale after his honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps. He received his Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Hofstra University and Masters Degree in Professional Studies from Long Island University, while on a full academic scholarship from the Baker Foundation. Mr. Howard's professional career has included increasingly responsible leadership positions in hospitals, not-for-profit organizations and private accounting firms, including Touche Ross and Company, the Clear View School and SCO Family of Services.
Pamela Tindall-O’Brien, Esq., Senior Vice President, Legal Affairs and Chief Counsel
Ms. Tindall-O'Brien joined ICL in 2010. She worked for 23 years for the New York State Office of Mental Health as an Assistant Counsel. Her areas of expertise are Medicaid and Medicare, children’s mental health issues, licensing, audits, and not-for-profit corporation law. Prior to that, she was an Administrative Law Judge for the New York State Department of Social Services for ten years. She has written articles for the New York State Bar Association’s Health Law Journal and was the recipient of the New York State Office of Mental Health’s Management Confidential Achievement award. Ms. Tindall-O’Brien has B.A.’s in political science and history from Syracuse University and a J.D. from Syracuse University.
Howard Goldberg, Associate Executive Vice President, Chief Quality and Compliance Officer
Mr. Goldberg joined ICL in 2002. He has over 25 years experience in behavioral health services, including over 15 years experience in Quality Assurance and Improvement. Mr. Goldberg received a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Arts degree in Health Administration, both from Hofstra University.
Lailu S. Walls, CPA, Associate Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer
Ms. Walls joined ICL in 2007. She received her Bachelors in Public Accounting from Pace University in 1991, and has devoted her career to working with nonprofits, both within public accounting and private nonprofit sectors.
ICL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael R. McGarvey, MD (Chair)
David Badal (Vice Chair)
Michael V. Balistreri (Treasurer)
Lisa A. Del Duke, CPA
Humphrey A. Crookendale (Secretary)
Paul Brignola, BS
Eleanor M. Bromberg, DSW
Marlene Calman, BS
Alden N. Haffner, O.D., Ph.D.
Mary Harrison, JD
Robert L. Jones, MD, MBA
Michael A. Joseph, Ph.D., MPH
Barbara Sass, MSW, LCSW
Janese Thompson, Esq.
Carter A. Weiss
Joy J. Wildes, Esq.