Dr. Schwartz serves at The Jed Foundation as Chief Medical Officer, with 25 years of experience as a psychiatrist working in college mental health and administration. He was medical director of NYU's Counseling Service, established a counseling center at Yeshiva University and was University Dean of Students there. He was an original member of the American Psychiatric Association’s Presidential Task Force on College Mental Health, co-chair of the APA working group on legal issues in college mental health and is an APA Distinguished Life Fellow. Dr. Schwartz was a co-chair of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry Committee on the College Student and has served as an advisor to Active Minds on Campus, Gun Free Kids, HBO, MTV, the NCAA, NFL, and NBA. He is co-editor with Dr. Jerald Kay, of Mental Health Care in the College Community (Wiley, 2010). His work has focused on crisis management, legal issues and the community/public health model in college mental health.