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Lauren LauderChuck Clark

Chuck Clark was named CEO of Park Center. Chuck joined Parkview Health in 2009 and was appointed President of Parkview Behavioral Health in 2018, about the time that Park Center affiliated with Parkview Health. Prior to joining Parkview, he was the Vice President of Behavioral Health Services at Howard Regional Health System in Kokomo, Indiana. While at Howard Regional, he served on the Indiana DMHA Advisory Council and the Governor’s Commission on Mental Health, and in 2007 was named Professional of the Year by the National Alliance of Mental Illness. Clark has a master’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University.Chuck Clark was named CEO of Park Center. Chuck joined Parkview Health in 2009 and was appointed President of Parkview Behavioral Health in 2018, about the time that Park Center affiliated with Parkview Health. Prior to joining Parkview, he was the Vice President of Behavioral Health Services at Howard Regional Health System in Kokomo, Indiana. While at Howard Regional, he served on the Indiana DMHA Advisory Council and the Governor’s Commission on Mental Health, and in 2007 was named Professional of the Year by the National Alliance of Mental Illness. Clark has a master’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University.

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Lauren LauderTiffney Davison-Parker

Tiffney Davidson-Parker was named President and Chief Operating Officer of The Providence Center. She previously served as the founder and CEO of Universal Therapeutic Services in South Carolina, an outpatient behavioral healthcare community-based agency, serving the ages of two and beyond. Throughout her career, Tiffney has served in many roles to evaluate and strengthen systems of care for children, families, and those with medical and mental illness. Previously, as Chief of Operations for Visions of Greatness, she implemented six programs and obtained a three-year CARF accreditation with a letter of high honors sent to the Governor’s Office of South Carolina, and an invitation to become a CARF Evaluator. She also served Greenville Health System (GHS) as the Lead Social Worker that organized the Healthy Outcomes Plan Initiative for four hospitals. Tiffney Davidson-Parker was named President and Chief Operating Officer of The Providence Center. She previously served as the founder and CEO of Universal Therapeutic Services in South Carolina, an outpatient behavioral healthcare community-based agency, serving the ages of two and beyond. Throughout her career, Tiffney has served in many roles to evaluate and strengthen systems of care for children, families, and those with medical and mental illness. Previously, as Chief of Operations for Visions of Greatness, she implemented six programs and obtained a three-year CARF accreditation with a letter of high honors sent to the Governor’s Office of South Carolina, and an invitation to become a CARF Evaluator. She also served Greenville Health System (GHS) as the Lead Social Worker that organized the Healthy Outcomes Plan Initiative for four hospitals.

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Lauren LauderJennifer Willis

Jennifer Willis was recently named CEO at Pathways. She joined Pathways in 1999 and previously served as a psychiatric nurse/outpatient therapist, Greenup County Coordinator, Drector of Nursing and Medical Services, and Chief Clinical Officer before being named Interim CEO and then CEO. She was instrumental in opening the Crisis and Residential Recovery Unit West, a critical crisis and residential recovery service in Montgomery County, one of 10 counties Pathways serves. Jennifer also helped Pathways secure $750,000 in grants to help launch Pathways To Go, a mobile behavioral health clinic, as well as gather additional funding for sustaining A Mother’s Journey and collect funding to initiate Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic efforts in Boyd County. Jennifer Willis was recently named CEO at Pathways. She joined Pathways in 1999 and previously served as a psychiatric nurse/outpatient therapist, Greenup County Coordinator, Drector of Nursing and Medical Services, and Chief Clinical Officer before being named Interim CEO and then CEO. She was instrumental in opening the Crisis and Residential Recovery Unit West, a critical crisis and residential recovery service in Montgomery County, one of 10 counties Pathways serves. Jennifer also helped Pathways secure $750,000 in grants to help launch Pathways To Go, a mobile behavioral health clinic, as well as gather additional funding for sustaining A Mother’s Journey and collect funding to initiate Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic efforts in Boyd County.

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Lauren LauderDonna Jablonski

Harbor recently announced the appointment of Donna Jablonski as President/CEO. Donna has more than 30 years’ experience in healthcare. She joined Harbor in March 2016 as Vice President of Human Resources and Marketing. Prior to being named as President/CEO, she served as the Chief Operating Officer, overseeing overall Operations of Harbor. Donna is a long-time resident of the Toledo area and held executive leadership positions in Human Resources at Mercy/Catholic Health Partners Health System from 1997 through 2013. She was the System Director of Total Rewards and Human Resources Operations for Central Florida Health Alliance, a three-hospital system in Leesburg, Florida. She received her Bachelor of Education degree in Adult Learning from the University of Toledo, and her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration from Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio.

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Lauren LauderDee Werline

Dee Werline succeeded Paul Beatrice as President and CEO of New Vista upon his retirement September 1. Dee is an experienced behavioral health leader, most recently serving as Deputy Commissioner at the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities. She earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Morehead State University, and is a Licensed Psychological Practitioner in the state of Kentucky. She has spent the last 30 years of her career in behavioral health organizations and previously worked at New Vista for 16 years in a variety of leadership roles, most recently serving as
the Vice President of Administration from 2012 to 2016.

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