Centerstone Announces New Board for Centerstone Foundation

Business and Civic Leaders Across Tennessee and Indiana Will Guide Use of Donor Funds and Promote Philanthropy

Nashville, Tenn.—Centerstone, the nation’s largest provider of community-based behavioral healthcare, today announced the new board of directors for the Centerstone Foundation. In addition to setting policy and performance targets for the management of endowment funds in adherence to donor intent and identified needs throughout Centerstone, the Centerstone Foundation board will champion the growth of planned giving through the Dede Wallace Society.

“With Centerstone’s new, expanded structure, we wanted to ensure that the Centerstone Foundation had its own oversight in order to best serve both the intentions of our generous donors and our organization,” said David Guth, CEO of Centerstone. “We are fortunate to have these passionate and talented individuals serve on the Foundation’s board to guide the disbursement of endowment funds and donations across Tennessee and Indiana.”

The following business and civic leaders will serve as officers on the Centerstone Foundation Board:

George Stadler (Chair)

Regional Managing Director of SunTrust Bank in Nashville, Stadler is an active volunteer with Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and a member of the Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System Investment Advisory Group. He also is a parishioner of The Cathedral of The Incarnation in Nashville. Stadler holds degrees from Washington and Lee University and the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University.

Lisa Hooker Campbell (Vice-Chair)

Lisa Hooker Campbell has long been active in the Nashville community, having served on numerous boards and chaired several of Nashville’s most prominent philanthropic events. Her current commitments including chairing both the Advisory Committee for the Mad Hatter (benefitting the Rape and Sexual Abuse Center) and Women United in Giving of the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville. She serves on the boards for the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, St. Timothy’s School, and the Nashville Alliance for Public Education, and is an active member of the Advisory Committee for the Iroquois Society.

Richard Fitzgerald (Secretary)

After spending more than 35 years in the financial services industry, Fitzgerald is retired from SunTrust Bank in Nashville, where he served as first vice president and client advisor in Private Wealth Management. Fitzgerald is former chairman of the Dede Wallace Center and the Dede Wallace Foundation boards, both precursors to the Centerstone system. He is active with the Exchange Club of Nashville and has served in leadership capacities with Harding Academy and St. George’s Episcopal Church. He received a bachelor of arts from Vanderbilt University and a master of business administration from the University of Southern California. Fitzgerald also serves as chairman of the board of directors of Centerstone.

Additional members of the Centerstone Foundation board include community leaders from Tennessee and Indiana as follows:

  • Martin Brown, partner in the Transactions and Corporate Advisory Services Group at Adams and Reese LLP (Nashville, Tenn.)
  • David Guth, CEO of Centerstone (Nashville, Tenn.)
  • Lee Ann Ingram, community volunteer and philanthropist (Nashville, Tenn.)
  • Bob Neth, retired from the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology at the Purdue University School of Technology Program at Indiana University Southeast (Columbus, Ind.)
  • Margo Olsen, Vice President and Deputy Executive Director at River Valley Resources (Madison, Ind.)

About Centerstone

Centerstone (www.centerstone.org), a not-for-profit organization, is the nation’s largest provider of community-based behavioral healthcare. With a history that spans over fifty years, Centerstone provides a full range of behavioral health and related educational services to more than 69,000 individuals of all ages and their families annually. Children, adolescents, adults, seniors, and families all receive help from a multitude of different programs in more than 120 facilities and 150 partnership locations in Indiana and Tennessee. Centerstone is accredited by The Joint Commission in Indiana and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in Tennessee. For more information about Centerstone, please call toll free at 888-291-4357.

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