Meet the Board
Toby Hur, MSW
Toby Hur has worked in the nonprofit field for more than 16 years. He is a member of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs Social Welfare Field Faculty. He served as the Director of Membership Services for the California Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for six years. Previously, he worked as a program director, health program manager and counselor for the Koreatown Youth and Community Center (KYCC). His previous experiences include: clinical social worker for the emergency medical departments at King Drew Medical Center and Los Angeles County USC Medical Center; hospice worker; and project coordinator for the development of A3M, an Asian Pacific Islander bone marrow donor recruitment sponsored by Little Tokyo Service Center Community Development Corporation.
Jenn Ma-Pham, LCSW
Jenn Ma-Pham is a licensed psychotherapist and president of Coherence Consulting (CCI). In her capacity at CCI, Jenn advises non-profit organizations and small businesses in regards to operations, training, technical assistance, professional development, strategic planning, and compliance. Jenn has worked in the public and private sector for over 16 years and also has a background in legislation, public policy, and higher education. Jenn’s interest in streamlining systems is balanced by her passion for providing psychotherapy. She is the primary psychotherapist at the American Film Institute and has a private practice in Los Angeles. Jenn is based in Los Angeles and provides services throughout Southern California.
Bob Itatani, PhD
Robert M. Itatani, Ph.D. has been an APCTC Advisory Board Member for many years. He is a retired Clinical Psychologist who worked at Rio Hondo College Psychological Services for 36 years. He also had a private practice where he provided evaluations to the Superior and Juvenile Courts. He also worked several years for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He is a graduate of USC where he completed his doctorate in psychology, and also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the USC Institute of Psychiatry, Law and Behavioral Science.