Becky Stoll serves as Vice President for Crisis and Disaster Management for Centerstone. In this role, Stoll oversees the continuum of Centerstone’s Crisis Services, including the 24-hour Crisis Call Center, Mobile Crisis Response Teams, as well as Centerstone’s Crisis Management Strategies, which is a public and private sector crisis preparedness and response service.
Stoll, a respected industry leader in suicide prevention and crisis services, serves as a faculty member for the Suicide Prevention Resource Center’s Zero Suicide in Health and Behavioral Health Care Academies across the U.S, Steering Committee member of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and member of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Clinical Taskforce.
Additionally, she has presented at a White House briefing on “building partnerships for suicide prevention” and presented at international gathering of organizations committed to Zero Suicide in Health and Behavioral Health Care in Oxford, England, Vancouver, Canada, Sydney, Australia and Rotterdam, Netherlands.
In addition to her work at Centerstone, Stoll represents the organization on a national and international scale through her roles as board chair emeritus and faculty member for the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF). In addition, she serves as mental health faculty for the American Red Cross, Clinical Director for the Nashville Fire Department’s Critical Incident Stress Management team, Chair of the State Disaster Mental Health Response Committee and Consultant and Trainer for the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA), the Association of Flight Attendants and US Airways.
Stoll has been with Centerstone for 19 years and previously served as Director of Crisis Services and Crisis Management Strategies. She holds a BA from Tennessee State University and an MS in Social Work from the University of Tennessee.
In the News
NewsChannel 5 – Nashville, Tenn. – Suicide Prevention
NewsChannel 5 – Nashville, Tenn. – Expert: Suicides Spike After High Profile Cases