Marc Russell, Chair

Marc came to the CIC board in 2018, seeking to apply his career in corporate and non-profit finance in a volunteer role for an organization that directly serves its community. He served for two years as Treasurer, helping CIC and SIEAM navigate significant transitions, before being elected Board Chair. Having benefited personally from Traditional Chinese Medicine as taught at SIEAM, and seeing the potential for CIC's clinic model to provide effective, low-cost health care to under-served communities and unmatched instruction to SIEAM's students, Marc believes firmly in the mission of the organization. Outside of his professional and volunteer activities, Marc is a lover of the outdoors, and can be found out and about with his family biking, hiking, backpacking, or camping.


gin yang, public member

Gin began training in the martial arts in 2003. She has been teaching classes since 2008 and received her black belt in July of 2012. Gin is also a certified instructor in Pilates. She has a background in marketing and brand development. She is committed to helping people get healthy and have access to affordable healthcare.

terri hamilton, treasurer


Terri joined Amazon in April, 2017 as Vice President of Finance after working at Lennox International, Inc. where she was CFO for LII’s largest and most profitable segment, Residential Heating and Cooling. Prior to that she lived for three years in Luxembourg as the CFO of Terminal Investment, purchasing, constructing, and operating shipping container terminals across the globe. Terri joined TIL from Kimberly Clark where she served as Group CFO over Consumer, Professional, Global Nonwovens, and Healthcare units across Europe and North America. Prior to that she grew her career at Honeywell International through various finance roles including Vice President of Corporate Business Planning and Analysis, and CFO of the Industrial Automation and Process Solutions business. Terri was recruited to Honeywell from GE as a finance executive after starting her career there. She holds a BA, Math minor from the Great Books program at St. John’s College in Annapolis Maryland, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in International Finance from St. Mary’s College in Moraga, California. She is also a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Terri and her husband Harry live in Seattle with their 2 dogs; her daughter, Carolyn, lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

Charlie Cunniff, SECRETARY

Charlie has a BA from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. From 1992-2005, he was the ED of a non-profit organization called ECOSS, the Environmental Coalition of South Seattle. While at ECOSS, he attended graduate school at Seattle University and received a Masters Degree in Non-Profit leadership.

After ECOSS, Charlie has worked in city government and in other non-profit organizations.

Since 2016 he has been retired from the workaday world, spending his time as a property manager, home remodeler, gardener, traveler, non-profit consultant and Board Member.


Craig Mitchell, Ph.D. (China), EAMP, President

Craig received a Master of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco (1993). He has written and translated articles and full texts, including the Shang Han Lun and the Jiao Shu-De texts. He is the President of the Center for Integrated Care (CIC), the non-profit that operates both the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine (SIEAM), where he is also a core instructor, and CIC's teaching clinic, where he sees patients and teachers students in the context of SIEAM's apprenticeship model.

Paul Karsten, M.Ed., L.Ac.
Paul is a graduate of SAMRA University of Oriental Medicine (1982) and received a Master’s degree in medical education from the University of Washington (1996).  Paul is one of the founders of the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine and is Dean Emeritus.