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WRF Division Chief

RADM Matthew E. Kleiman, MSW, LCSW, BCD

As NGB-J1 WRF Division Chief, RADM Kleiman directs the National Guard Bureau's efforts to synchronize and implement well-being, resilience, and prevention programs across the Air and Army National Guard and throughout the 54 states, territories, and DC. He also serves as the Director of Psychological Health for the Chief of the National Guard Bureau.

He was detailed to the U.S. Coast Guard from 2010-2016 as the Chief of Behavioral Health Services. Prior to that, he served in the Office of Health Affairs at the Department of Homeland Security as a principal advisor on resilience and behavioral health policies.

RADM Kleiman is a commissioned officer in the U.S. Public Health Service and Assistant U.S. Surgeon General. Prior to transferring to the Public Health Service in 2005, he was a commissioned officer in the Air Force, where he served as a clinical social worker for six years.

He has two grown children. He and his wife are enjoying their status as empty nesters.

RADM Matthew E. Kleiman, MSW, LCSW, BCD

 

WRF Resilience, Risk Reduction, & Suicide Prevention (R3SP) Branch Chief

LTC Agata Zana, MSW

As R3SP Branch Chief, LTC Zana implements Total Force Fitness through 54 states, territories, and DC through policy and fiscal oversight of the Army National Guard’s Substance Abuse Prevention, Drug Testing, and Resilience Programs, and NGB’s Suicide Prevention Program.

LTC Zana has deployed to Iraq as a Battalion S3 under Operation Iraqi Freedom, and to Kuwait and Qatar as a company commander under Operation Enduring Freedom.

LTC Zana and her family emigrated from Poland as political refugees after her father was imprisoned for Solidarity activism. She joined the NC National Guard in 2001 and commissioned in 2003. She later obtained her MSW from UNC Chapel Hill where she supported domestic violence and sexual assault response efforts with local law enforcement, rape crisis centers, and domestic violence shelters.

She is married to Bill Zana, with whom she shares one son and two 40-mile-an-hour couch potatoes in the form of retired greyhounds.

LTC Agata Zana, MSW

 

WRF Innovation & Outreach (IO) Branch Chief

MAJ Brooke Heintz Morrissey, MSW, PhD, LCSW

As IO Branch Chief, MAJ Heintz Morrissey enhances the wellness and resilience of the National Guard through innovation pilots, analytics, and partnerships.

She previously served as the J1 Wellness Action Officer; Army National Guard Behavioral Health Chief and principal advisor to the Chief Surgeon; and Program Manager for ARNG full-time manning and M-Day Psychological Health Programs.

MAJ Heintz Morrissey commissioned into the Army in 2005 and currently serves as a Behavioral Heath Officer in the North Carolina National Guard.

As a civilian, she specializes in trauma and mild traumatic brain injury as a DOD clinician; TBI educator and program coordinator; and SME for clinical recommendations and dissemination.

MAJ Heintz Morrissey is an Active Duty military spouse and mom to a beautiful daughter.

MAJ Brooke Heintz Morrissey, MSW, PhD, LCSW