Arnie Rosenberg serves as Step By Step Supportive Services’ Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer. He holds a B.S. from Northeastern University and an M.S. from Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he specialized in Material Science, Accounting and Business Management.
He has worked and consulted in a wide variety of fields including Environmental Testing, Biomedical Engineering, and Nanotechnology, and has taught courses in Small Business Management.He has managed/owned diverse companies including an office furniture company, an injection molding company, a janitorial supply company and a company located in Switzerland that manufactured components for the electronics industry.
Arnie was associated with Hebrew Senior Life the largest provider of elder care in the Boston metropolitan area, for more than 35 years where he variously served as Chairman of the Board, Treasurer, Vice President, and chaired all standing committees including the Development Committee.
During his tenure as Chairman he started a standing committee for Strategic Planning. In 2001 he received the Massachusetts Aging Council’s Board Leadership Award.
Arnie started with SBS as a consultant in 2012 and in short order became a permanent part of the organization. He considers himself to very fortunate to have found a new career with an organization that provides incredible services for a population that is often forgotten or disenfranchised. Arnie and His wife Gail are the proud parents and grandparents of two daughters and five grandchildren.
Dr. Corinne Cather is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and Director of Psychology Services for the Schizophrenia Clinical and Research Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Schizophrenia Program in Boston. Dr. Cather earned her undergraduate degree in biopsychology at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY and her doctorate in clinical psychology from Rutgers University where she received specialized training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and behavioral medicine. She completed an internship at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and joined the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
She has extensive experience as a clinician-researcher with first episode/early psychosis as well as with chronic schizophrenia and she has developed a national reputation as a trainer in cognitive behavioral therapy in schizophrenia. Dr. Cather has also developed CBT for smoking cessation and relapse prevention tailored to smokers with schizophrenia and has been a co-investigator on a number of trials of combined smoking cessation pharmacotherapy and CBT that have formed the evidence base for smoking cessation treatment recommendations in this population.
She served as a consultant to the NIMH Recovery After Initial Schizophrenia Episode (RAISE) trial, the first randomized controlled trial of multi-component first episode services conducted in the US, involving 34 community-based clinics in 21 states between 2009 and 2013 and is one of several key trainers providing ongoing training nationwide in the NAVIGATE treatment model.
Marc Goldberg has been involved in helped to create new advances in healthcare for over 30 years, most recently as the co-founder and Managing Director of BioVentures Investors, a venture capital firm that invests in new commercial technology in the healthcare sector with a focus on novel diagnostics and diagnostic devices, medical devices, and similar new technology. Previously, Marc served as President and CEO of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Research Institute, and before that was Vice President, Finance and Corporate Development, CFO, and Treasurer at Safer, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of novel biopesticides and related products. Before Safer, he was Manager, Business Development at Genetics Institute, one of the earliest biotechnology companies where he also co-founded and served as founding president of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council in 1985.
He served four terms as its President, and was a Director for 12 years. On his retirement from the Board, Governor Weld proclaimed March 18, 1997 as “Marc Goldberg Day” in Massachusetts.Marc has a long personal history and interest in gaining a better understanding and advancing new treatments of conditions caused by brain disorders, with both a mother and brother suffering from disorders and diseases of the brain.
He is currently a member of the Harvard Medical School Neuroscience Advisory Committee and has been significantly involved in the creation of the new Harvard Brain Initiative. He is also passionate about sports, and recently chaired the alumni association of former Harvard intercollegiate athletes, known as the Harvard Varsity Club. Marc earned his A.B. from Harvard College, his J.D. from Harvard Law School, and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. He is married to Lorri Veidenheimer, and collectively they are parents to six children.
Frank Massino is a licensed clinical psychologist by training, and has worked in a number of
therapeutic milieus during his career--inpatient psychiatric hospitals; community-based outpatient clinics; and private practice, to name a few.
On a more personal note Frank has a member of his nuclear family who has also struggled with issues related to mental health. So, Frank has experienced the delivery of mental health services as the family member of a loved one, as well. From both sides of the mental health equation, he has seen programs that have been run well and have made a difference, and he has seen those that have left much to be desired.No program has inspired him as much as SBS.
Approximately 15 years ago, he was the Director of Mental Health services in a privately-owned facility servicing clients and their families in NYC.Despite the organization's potential, the Executive Director was a corporate attorney who struggled to run the organization--mainly because he failed to understand the clients' and families' challenges, and therefore was unable to structure the organization in a way that effectively met their needs. During his tenure, there was a 200% turnover rate of staff, and he saw the quality of client services begin to suffer. In response, he began to re-specialize focus to address organizational design and leadership development, in the
hopes that the facility's potential could be realized. Through that process, he developed a passion for applying his skills to help organizations get "healthier," and founded a consulting firm, the Institute for Performance Advancement, LLP, based in NYC. Since its inception, he has worked with for-profit and non-profit organizations of varying sizes with a range of challenges across industries.
He first heard about Step By Step when he called as a clinical reference on behalf of a potential client.As he learned more about the program, he was truly inspired that a program had gotten the clinical model "right." He agreed to become Step By Step’s Chairman of the Board and along with
the help of a dedicated Board and staff has helped guide Step by Step to where it is now positioned as a healthy and sustainable program that endeavors to lead the field in providing supportive services necessary to increase its clients' independence.