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StrideRichard 2019 2 crSusie Huhn

Casa de los Niños was founded in 1973 to protect children from child abuse and neglect. Since then, it has grown and expanded to provide a variety of innovative prevention and early-intervention programs for children and families including behavioral and mental health treatment services and immediate crisis mediation.

CEO Susie Huhn is respected throughout Arizona and around the country for her extraordinary work with children, families and communities. She is past president of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, serves as advocacy chair for the Arizona Council of Health and Human Service Providers and is a board member of the National Council for Behavioral Health. She earned her BS in Education from the University of Arizona and a Master of Arts in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix

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StrideRichard 2019 2 crJeff Holsinger

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies (VOANR) was established in Sheridan, Wyoming in 1985 as part of Volunteers of America, a national, faith-based nonprofit organization established in 1896 to help those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.

Jeff Holsinger joined the organization in August 2001. Under his leadership, VOANR has grown from a revenue base of $1 million to one that exceeds $18 million. He leads a professional staff of more than 212 individuals in Wyoming, Montana and Western South Dakota. His professional passion is building organizations through empowered leadership that embraces a social entrepreneurial spirit through the passionate delivery of human services. His personal interests are spending time with family and enjoying outdoor activities such as bird hunting and fishing.

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PlayerProfHeadshotTamara Player

Tamara Player succeeded Larry Green as CEO of West Yavapai Guidance Clinic in June. She was previously CEO of Buckelew Programs in California. She has a degree in social work from the University of New England and 26 years experience making a difference in people’s lives. 

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StrideRichard 2019 2 crShawn Salamida

Shawn Salamida is the new President of Behavioral Health and designated mhca representative for Lakeview Center. He previously served as president of their FamiliesFirst Network. He has 30 years experience leading efforts for vulnerable children and families in Florida and has received numerous accolades for his innovative approaches. He holds a master’s degree in mental health counseling from Rollins College. 

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StrideRichard 2019 2 crRoger Osmun

After a nation-wide search, Roger Osmun, a Pennsylvania native, was named the new CEO at West Central Behavioral Health in New Hampshire. He brings 20 years of experience as the chief clinical officer and two as chief operating officer at Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems, a nonprofit behavioral health organization serving Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Immaculata University and developed an APA-accredited doctoral psychology internship program. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Rochester (N.Y.) and a doctorate in clinical psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia and is a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

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