Suki Martinez-Parham, M.Ed., LPC

Advisor on Children and Youth

Suki applies her more than 20 years of experience in delivering and consulting on evidence-based practices and systems of care aimed at supporting children’s mental health. She has worked for a local community mental health center in clinical supervision, program development, and implementation roles and direct care roles.

In her nearly two dozen years of experience as an evaluator of mental health programs, Suki has coordinated and implemented the evaluation components for multi-agency community projects, including SAMHSA-funded system of care projects in several communities. She has experience with identifying evidence-based and best practices in the areas of child and family mental health, particularly wraparound and early childhood models, and consulting with communities to implement them. She also supports evaluations of children’s mental health systems, both at the regional and state levels.

Suki holds a Master of Education degree in guidance and counseling from the University of Texas at El Paso and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas.