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Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

Integral Care's nine-member volunteer Board of Trustees is appointed by Central Health, the City of Austin and Travis County - each appoints three representatives to reflect the needs of our local community. The Trustees are a diverse group with various professional backgrounds, bringing expertise in the areas of criminal justice, healthcare, management and rehabilitation services.

The Trustees volunteer their time and skills at regular monthly meetings, as well as at various monthly meetings of standing committees (Executive, Planning and Operations and Finance). Trustees participate in regular training sessions and support Integral Care by attending other functions, meetings and fundraisers.

Click here to view a list of upcoming meetings.

Integral Care’s Board develops policy in the following areas: internal management, fiscal, contract administration, facilities, human resources, clinical support systems, service delivery systems, clients’ rights, community relations and clinical records. Questions? contact communications@integralcare.org.



Central Health


Hal Katz
Appointed 2010

Katz is a partner at Husch Blackwell and is Board Certified in Health Care Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He focuses his representation on clients doing business within the health care industry. His clients include physicians, hospitals, provider networks, managed care organizations, governmental entities, diagnostic centers and other health care providers across the state of Texas. Representation of these clients includes advising on corporate, transactional, regulatory and public policy matters. Katz was chair of the CommUnityCare board, where he served from 1998-2010, and is also the Vice Chair of the Austin Arts Commission.


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Tom Young
Appointed 2010

Young has more than 40 years of experience in health care business and management. Most recently he has worked as a private consultant with the Seton Healthcare Network, Austin Medical Education Programs and Covenant Management Systems. He has also held a variety of executive positions with Covenant Management Systems, Austin Regional Clinic, Travis County Medical Society and Brackenridge Hospital. Young began his career as a Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps with the United States Navy. He served on Central Health’s Founding Board of Managers from 2004-2006. Young received his MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and a B.A. in Philosophy from Georgetown University.


Guadalupe Zamora, M.D.
Appointed 2014

Dr. Zamora has 24 years of experience as a practicing physician and when not on staff at St. David’s Medical Center, he works out of his own family medicine clinic in East Austin alongside his niece, Dr. Belda Zamora. He has served as the past president, secretary, and treasurer of the Travis County Medical Society, and he was formerly on the advisory board for the Medical Access Program (MAP), prior to the existence of Central Health. Most recently he served as treasurer of Healthy ATX, a local organization that supports the improvement of the local healthcare system.


City of Austin

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Robert T. Chapa, Jr.
Appointed 2004

Chapa serves as Integral Care's representative for the Texas Council of Community Centers. He has worked for the Texas State Comptroller's Office since 1975 and is responsible for managing the annual budget, preparing and submitting the agency's biennial appropriations request and seven-year strategic plan to the legislature as the State Comptroller's Office Budget Director and Chief Financial Officer. Chapa brings a broad range of invaluable skills and experience to Integral Care and other organizations including the Hispanic Committee on Scouting, where he has actively participated in fundraising initiatives that promote scouting in East Austin.

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Luanne Southern
Appointed 2017

Luanne Southern is currently a Senior Director at Casey Family Programs, a national operating foundation focused on reducing the number of children in foster care. She has over 30 years of leadership experience in behavioral health care, with a specialization in policies and services that address the mental health needs of children, youth and families. Southern serves on the Supreme Court of Texas Permanent Judicial Commission for Children, Youth and Families, and was a past appointee to the Texas Protect Our Kids Commission. She also served as Deputy Commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services from 2007-2013. She received the Stella Mullins Champion for Children’s Mental Health award for her local, state and national work on behalf of children and families in 2013. Prior to that, Southern worked in the Washington DC area as a national advocate and consultant focused on children’s behavioral health, health care, child welfare and juvenile justice public policy, programs and services. Southern was a social worker at Austin State Hospital from 1984-1988 and served in various roles at Integral Care from 1988-2002 and. She received a MSW from the University of Texas - Austin, and a BSW from Goshen College in Indiana.


Sarah Churchill Llamas
Appointed 2017

Sarah Churchill Llamas is a healthcare and health information technology attorney and a nationally-recognized expert in health IT solutions, having been appointed a Health IT Fellow by the Office of National Coordinator for Health IT under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Sarah is a Shareholder in Winstead PC's Austin office, and is a member of the firm’s Healthcare Industry and Corporate Securities/M & A Practice Groups. Her practice focuses on the intersection of healthcare and technology, advising providers, hospitals and businesses on healthcare information technology, cybersecurity, healthcare transactions and regulatory compliance. She received her BS in Molecular Biosciences and Biotechnology from Arizona State University and her JD from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.


Travis County Commissioners Court

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Richard Hopkins
Appointed 1993

Hopkins is the Director of Programs for the Texas Rehabilitation Commission. He is an active member of the National Rehabilitation and Texas Rehabilitation associations. A native of Mississippi, Hopkins provides expertise in the area of human resources and employee issue. He has worked tirelessly on behalf of many community organizations, among them the Austin Capital City Lions Club and the Austin Sickle Cell Anemia Associates. Hopkins has been instrumental in the creation and development of the Central Texas African American Family Support Conference, a free community event hosted by Integral Care.

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Matt Snapp, Ph.D.
Appointed 2008

Snapp is a Past President of New Milestones Foundation. He has been in private practice since 1980 specializing in individual, couples and group therapy for adolescents and adults. He was Director of Counseling and Guidance and Director of Student Development for AISD and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin. Snapp is a co-founder of Organization Management Systems Global, a management-consulting firm, and has served as an advisor to the United States Treasury's International Affairs Office.

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Vincent Torres
Appointed 2011

Vincent Torres has been employed by The University of Texas at Austin since 1986, where he is the Associate Director of the Center for Energy & Environmental Resources. He has been active in the Austin community serving on over ten committees, has worked tirelessly on securing state legislation for victims of violent crime and has been a Board Member of the Austin Independent School District since 2006, yielding him countless volunteer awards. In 2003, the Texas Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers named Torres their Public Citizen of the Year. He attended the United States Naval Academy and graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Master of Science in engineering. Torres is a San Antonio native and is married to Suzanne Torres, and they have two children.


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