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DawsonMelissa 2018 fromGoogleEventMelissa Dawson

Melissa Dawson succeeded Doug Stadter as CEO of The Centers for Youth and Famliies in Little Rock. She has a Masters in Public Administration and has been employed at The Centers  for the past 24 years, most recently serving as the COO.  

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Bishnoi Promod Mountain Comprehensive Care CenterPromod “Mots” Bishnoi

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center is a non-profit Community Mental Health Center and FQHC providing a wide array of services including adult and child behavioral health, primary care, addiction treatment, 24-hour crisis intervention, housing, day training and Therapeutic Foster Care. They also have specialized programs and services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, runaway and homeless youth, veterans, and victims of interpersonal violence. CEO Promod “Mots” Bishnoi has led the organization since 2007. He previously served as the Executive Director of Kentucky Mountain Health Alliance. He earned both an MBA and an MHA from Morehead State University and he currently serves as a board member for the Kentucky Primary Care Association, the Foundation for Healthy Kentucky, and the Sandy Valley Transportation Services.

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CunninghamAmanda 2018 fromGoogle crAmanda Cunningham

CrossWinds Counseling & Wellness appointed Amanda Cunningham as Chief Executive Officer. Cunningham has more than 17 years of experience in behavioral health at CrossWinds, most recently as the Chief Operations Officer and as the Interim Chief Executive Officer. Her behavioral health background paired with her operations experience will advance CrossWinds’ mission of providing dynamic, culturally-sensitive, high-quality behavioral health care to residents of Chase, Coffey, Greenwood, Lyon, Morris, Osage, and Wabaunsee counties in the most effective, caring, and efficient manner.

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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.
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BurleyJelynneLeBlanc2018fromTheirSite crJelynne LeBlanc Burley

The Center for Health Care Services is the mental health authority for Bexar County in Texas. Opened in 1966, CHCS has an operating budget of almost $100 million and over 1,100 skilled and compassionate team members who help children and families at 31 locations around Bexar County. 

CEO Jelynne LeBlanc Burley has over 33 years of leadership experience and previously served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Delivery Officer for CPS Energy, the largest municipally-owned electric and gas provider in the nation. During her tenure with CPS, she helped build public trust and stakeholder relationships, re-established a stable outlook with the bond rating agencies, and secured unanimous City Council approval for a new rate structure. A native of Louisiana, Burley holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Southern University, a Master of Arts in urban studies from Trinity University and a Construction Executive Certification from Texas A&M University. 

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