ICP welcomes newly elected Board Members  – terms to begin January, 2024

2024-2026 President-Elect

Ada Sinacore, Canada

Ada L. Sinacore, Ph.D. is an associate professor and the Graduate Program Director for the Counselling Psychology Program at McGill University. Professor Sinacore has over 25 years of experience and is internationally recognized for her expertise and extensive presentations, publications and activism addressing social justice and human rights concerns at the individual, institutional, societal and policy levels. She is actively involved in research that addresses topics related to societal inequities and disparities in education and mental health such as workplace harassment, bullying, gender based violence and sexual violence.


2024-2026 Directors at Large

Erinn C. Cameron

Dr. Erinn C. Cameron

Fogarty Global Health Fellow at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health Fogarty Global Health Training Program,with primary placement at Stellenbosch University in South Africa, Current research focuses on global mental health, specifically the intersection of climate change, environmental justice, women’s mental health, and violence against women.

Cecilia Cheng

Dr. Cecilia Cheng

Professor at the University of Hong Kong, specializing in health, applied, cross-cultural, personality, social, and cyber-psychology. Current research applies theoretical frameworks from health and social psychology to the understanding of issues such as information technology addiction, cyberbullying and school bullying, digital citizenship, stress and coping, psychosomatic disorders, and health-risk behaviors

Dominique Eugene, UAE / USA

Dr. Dominique Eugene

Psychologist, LMFT, Registered Play Therapist, Certified Trauma Specialist & Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist.  Also an HBNU Fogarty Fellow, the Institute for Social Innovation Fellow at Fielding Graduate University, recipient of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow Top Twenty Awardee and Global Citizen Psychologist Citation Awardee. Resides in Abu Dhabi, working at NYUAD’s health center.

2024-2025 Student Director at Large

Joanne Qina’au

PhD student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Hawai`i, currently completing a clinical fellowship at Harvard Medical School’s Department of Psychiatry. An ardent advocate for the wellbeing of vulnerable peoples (e.g., Indigenous groups, sexual gender minorities, the Global Majority).

Joanne Qina'au