Marc Stolzer provides administrative support to the staff working in the Institute’s Technical Assistance Center. He served as an integral part in coordinating the Consumer Advisory Committee on Education and Training (CACET), a statewide advisory group of people who had received behavioral health services. Marc is a mental health consumer who serves as a public speaker for the New Jersey chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI-NJ)’s “In Our Own Voice” program, in which he talks about his personal experiences with mental illness and recovery. He has also served for seven years on the board of trustees of Triple C Housing, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those who suffer with mental illness. Marc attended the Pennsylvania State University.