Influential leaders across Tennessee and Indiana to promote philanthropy and application of donor funds
Nashville, Tenn. – Centerstone, the nation’s leading not-for-profit provider of community-based mental health and addiction services, today announced its board of directors for the Centerstone Foundation, the organization’s fundraising arm. Together with senior leadership, Centerstone Foundation board members are responsible for helping establish and support effective management of Centerstone’s endowments, ensure adherence to all donor funding parameters, and expand Centerstone’s planned giving program.
“We are fortunate to have such talented leadership at the helm of this organization, helping to raise funds and garner support for Centerstone’s mental health and addiction services, outreach and research across the U.S.,” said David Guth, CEO of Centerstone of America. “The time and energy of our valued board members make it possible to continually grow our donor base and expand our fundraising capabilities to further advance Centerstone’s mission of preventing and curing mental illness and addiction.”
Members of the Centerstone Foundation board of directors named today are as follows:
- Chair: Jack Wallace, Senior Vice President, Willis of Tennessee (Nashville, Tenn.)
- Secretary: Garry Kleer, First Bank Richmond (Richmond, Ind.)
- Immediate Past Chair: Lisa Campbell, Community Leader (Nashville, Tenn.)
- Linda Brooks, Community Leader (Atlanta, GA.)
- Richard Fitzgerald, Retired, SunTrust Bank (Nashville, Tenn.)
- David Guth, CEO, Centerstone of America (Nashville, Tenn.)
- Philippa Guthrie, Vice President and General Counsel, Indiana University Foundation (Bloomington, Ind.)
- Lee Ann Ingram, community volunteer and philanthropist (Franklin, Tenn.)
- Phil Krebs, Senior Managing Partner, Avondale Partners (Nashville, Tenn.)
- George Stadler, Founding Partner, HMS Capital Management (Nashville, Tenn.)
- Dr. Kay Whittington, retired CEO of Dunn Mental Health Center (Bloomington, Ind.)
Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization, is one the nation’s largest providers of community- based behavioral healthcare. It provides a full range of mental health, addiction and related educational services to more than 75,000 individuals of all ages each year. The organization has nearly 130 facilities and 220 partnership locations throughout Indiana and Tennessee. It also operates Centerstone Foundation, Centerstone Research Institute, Advantage Behavioral Health and Not Alone. For more information about Centerstone, please visit www.centerstone.org.