Bill Resnick is a psychiatrist and philanthropist who earned his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his residency at UCLA. He also has an M.B.A. from UCLA. He has worked as a community psychiatrist at AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Venice Family Clinic, where he continues to volunteer. Over the past two decades he has actively served on over a dozen nonprofit boards. Currently he chairs the board of InsightLA and is a trustee at American Jewish World Service. A Los Angeles native, Bill currently lives in West Hollywood, CA and splits his time teaching (medicine/psychiatry and mindfulness), volunteering as a psychiatrist and philanthropic work. Bill’s philanthropy is focused on community building, racial equity, criminal justice reform, and international human rights. In 2018, he started Big Bear Retreat Center. He is married to Michael J. Stubbs.
Aspen Institute Trustee, Philanthropist/Psychiatrist