Brad Nunn serves as Chief Clinical Quality Officer in Tennessee. This role involves identifying opportunities for improvement and planning for improvement in clinical care and services. He provides leadership and direction for the Quality Council and other forums for clinical improvement. His department plays a significant role in the ongoing preparation for CARF accreditation. They coordinate and facilitate clinical audits and the response to such audits done by external agencies. They also maintain primary responsibility for oversight of follow-up regarding adverse occurrences and are responsible for oversight of the coordination of clinical training in line with strategic initiatives in Tennessee. Dr. Nunn obtained a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University in 1987 and has been licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in the state of Tennessee since 1988. He has worked at Centerstone since 1987 and during that time he helped establish both research and data analytics functions at Centerstone.