ODayKate 2018 fromTwitter crKate O'Day Gateway is Birmingham's oldest nonprofit and Alabama's leader in family solutions. They offer a variety of programs including Intensive Residential Treatment, Financial Freedom, Family Counseling, Therapeutic Foster Care Intensive In-Home Services, and an Independent Living Program.

Kate O’Day is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over three decades of experience serving children and families. Before becoming President and CEO of Gateway in 2014, she made meaningful impacts through her roles as Founder of Richland Horizon Consulting for organizational excellence and Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Children's Services. Kate earned her Master of Social Work at Florida International University and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Florida.
BurdenMatt 2018 crMatt Burden Matthew Burden succeeded Rocco Schiralli as President/CEO of Porter-Starke Services on December 29, 2017. He previously served as Executive Director/CEO at Swanson Center. He holds a Doctorate of Developmental Psychology from Loyola University Chicago and serves as a board member for the Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers. Rocco Schiralli will stay on at Porter-Starke as their Chief Strategy Officer.
MyersJim 2018 fromACMHSPressRelease crJim Myers Jim Myers succeeded Jerry Jenkins as CEO of Anchorage Community Mental Health Services on January 16, 2018. Most recently Jim has been conducting program reviews for several leading academic psychiatry departments across the country. Prior to that, he was the Executive Director of the Pediatric Mental Health Institute at Children's Hospital of Colorado in Aurora. Jim has an MBA from Indiana University and over 20 years of healthcare leadership experience.
DalyJodi 2016 FromWebArticleJodi Daly Jodi Daly was selected as the new CEO of Comprehensive Healthcare following the retirement of long-time CEO Rick Weaver.  Jodi has worked in the behavioral healthcare field for 25 years, most recently as CEO of Western Montana Mental Health Center, which is also an mhca member organization.
BroughtonGeorgianne 2018 HeadshotGeorgianne Broughton Community Resource Center provides programs for the prevention, intervention, and treatment of mental health problems and substance abuse to residents of three rural Illinois counties. CRC is a progressive organization and has created many community partnerships to improve the well-being of individuals of all ages.  They are currently building a school-based mental health system within one of their school districts, and are partnering with the 4th Judicial Circuit, Department of Children and Family Services and city schools to implement a truancy diversion program called Student and Family Education Court.

Executive Director Georgianne Broughton earned her Master of Educational Psychology and Guidance from Eastern Illinois University and has worked at Community Resource Center for more than 25 years. She held numerous positions of increasing responsibility prior to being appointed Executive Director in 2014. She also currently serves as president of the Community Behavioral Health Association of Illinois.

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