Gwen Watts – Administrative Chief of Staff

As Administrative Chief of Staff, Gwen Watts provides executive support to CEO David Guth, facilitates all board meetings and serves as the liaison for the organization’s boards of directors including maintenance to the board website. Gwen works closely with the executive team to ensure that projects are completed in a timely manner and that all

Eric Stein – Director of Business Applications

Eric Stein is the Director of Business Applications for Centerstone. In this role, he oversees all of the enterprise business systems, such as the financial, payroll and human resources software. His responsibilities include the integration of all the business systems between five states. He oversees a team of staff who focuses on gathering business requirements

Chuck Pegg – Director of Information Technology Infrastructure

Chuck Pegg, who has more than 20 years of industry experience at Centerstone, is responsible for helping to oversee the overall technology infrastructure, including the company’s servers, network and hardware for security. Pegg holds an associate degree in Communication Electronics from Ivy Tech Community College-Richmond, IN.

Stacey Overturf, BA – Director of Finance

Stacey Overturf serves as Director of Finance in Illinois. In this role, she oversees the organization’s fiscal operations, supervising finance and accounts receivable staff. Overturf received her BA in accounting from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She has worked in finance for Centerstone and its legacy organizations for almost 27 years. She is a long-term resident

Brian Overton – Director of Project Management

Brian Overton is the Director of Project Management and leads a team of project managers who ensure that enterprise initiatives progress according to accepted best practice project management principles. By working with stakeholders to clearly identify expectations, risks, dependencies and responsibilities, the Project Management Office is able to help Centerstone carefully manage resources and outcomes.

Jack Noe – Director of Training & Staff Development, Tennessee and Enterprise Director, Learning Management System

Jack Noe is the Director of Training & Staff Development, Tennessee for Centerstone as well as the Enterprise Director of the organization’s Learning Management System. He provides the organization with a consistent, stable, well-built, and usable learning courses. He continuously explores how to integrate tools that simplify processes, from the creation of training, courses, multimedia

Amy McDaniel – Director of Business & Services Development

As the Director of Business & Services Development, Amy McDaniel works at the enterprise level and across departments to include clinical care units, marketing, IT, grants administration, and finance to build technology, designed to serve a multiple populations and scale to the Centerstone enterprise. McDaniel is currently responsible for all aspects of the Centerstone Care

Cathy Hendrix – Director of Online Communications

Cathy Hendrix is the Director of Online Communication for Centerstone. In this role, she directs overall web strategy, and manages web design and content creation for Centerstone’s websites (internal and external), as well as the social media accounts. Working with Information Systems staff, Marketing and Public Relations staff, she ensures that the organization’s websites and

Paul Harmelin – Director of Learning & Organizational Development

Paul Harmelin is the Director for Learning and Organizational Development for the enterprise. In this role, he supports all states in enterprise initiatives to strengthen Centerstone culture and organizational effectiveness. Harmelin leads a team that offers onboarding support, leadership and clinical education through in-person facilitation and Relias online education. Partnering with our states, he is

Kelley Goodson – Director of Payer Contracting

As Director of Payer Contracting for Centerstone, Kelley Goodson handles payer contracting strategy and negotiation for Tennessee. She has been in health care for over 12 years after making a career change in 2006. During that time she has worked in credentialing, provider relations, contracting and specializes in strategic partnerships and value based programs. Goodson