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Kelly Crockett Joins Centerstone of Tennessee Board of Directors

Nashville, Tenn.—Centerstone, Tennessee’s leading not-for-profit provider of community-based mental health and addiction services, today announced that Kelly P. Crockett has joined the Centerstone of Tennessee board of directors. Board members help support the organization’s mission to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction, while helping guide Centerstone’s operations and policies throughout Tennessee.

Kelly P. Crockett is an active member of the Nashville community. In addition to her new position on the Centerstone board of directors, Crockett serves as a board member of One Life, the Nashville Zoo and Night of Jade. She also actively supports Youth Town of Tennessee, Nashville Rescue Mission and the Oasis Center. Crockett is a member of the Tiffany Circle Red Cross and the People’s Church. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Lambuth University and a master’s degree in counseling from Oral Roberts University.

“We are thrilled to have Kelly join the Centerstone of Tennessee board of directors,” said Dr. Bob Vero, CEO of Centerstone. “She will be a great addition to a board full of wonderfully talented and committed members who devote their time and energy to fulfilling Centerstone’s mission.”

Additional members of the Centerstone of Tennessee board include the following Middle Tennessee community leaders:

  • Janet Ayers (Vice Chair), president, the Ayers Foundation (Nashville)
  • Dr. Richard Baxter, professor and consultant, Knowledge Elements (Franklin)
  • Brenda Corbin, community leader (Nashville)
  • Ansel L. Davis, attorney-at-law, Ansel L. Davis & Associates (Nashville)
  • Father Fred Dettwiller, The Rev. Canon, Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee (Nashville)
  • Vincent W. Durnan, Jr., director, University School of Nashville (Nashville)
  • Mark Faulkner, president, Vireo Systems, Inc. (Madison)
  • R. Parker Griffith, first vice president of wealth management and assistant branch manager, Smith Barney (Nashville)
  • Christa N. Holleman, retired real estate professional (Clarksville)
  • Lee Ann Ingram (Chair), community leader, (Nashville)
  • Lavinia Johnston, vice president of the Tucker Foundation, Johnston Southern Co. (Chattanooga)
  • Albert Menefee III, owner and operator, Beech Creek Farm, (Nashville)
  • Dana Oman, community leader, (Nashville)
  • Carmen Reagan, Ed.D., Austin Peay State University (Clarksville)
  • Steven Saliba, Saliba Construction Company (Lawrenceburg)
  • Joan Sivley (Immediate Past Chair), community leader, (Nashville)
  • Sperry Stadler, ABF Freight System (Nashville)
  • Jim Sweeten (Secretary), retired CPA (Gallatin)
  • Deborah Taylor Tate, former Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission (Nashville)
  • Robert N. Vero, Ed.D. (CEO), Centerstone of Tennessee (Nashville)

About Centerstone
Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization, has provided a wide range of mental health and addiction services to people of all ages for more than 50 years. Through more than 60 facilities and 170 partnership locations across Middle Tennessee, Centerstone serves more than 50,000 children, adolescents, adults and seniors each year. Centerstone is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). For more information about Centerstone, please call 888-291-4357.

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