Kelly Phillips-Henry has been named CEO of Aurora Mental Health Center. She will succeed Randy Stith upon his retirement this month after 40 years of service.
Kelly is a proven leader with 22 years of behavioral healthcare experience. She most recently served as CEO of another mhca member organization, Mental Health Partners. She holds both a masters and doctorate degree in psychology as well as an MBA.
“Aurora Mental Health Center is one of the 19 organizations that came together back in 1984 to found mhca. While all of the CEOs who worked together to found this association will be retired by the end of this year, we are grateful for their vision and are pleased to honor their efforts by carrying on our mission with a new generation of behavioral health leaders,” said mhca President and CEO Dale Shreve.