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Centerstone has more than 3,500 professionals, including psychiatrists, nurses, psychologists, master’s-level clinicians, social workers, community support specialists, therapists, finance specialists, information systems technicians, administrative and support staff.

Our directory of renowned executive expert speakers makes it easy to find a behavioral and mental healthcare expert who is available for media interviews or organizations looking to book a Centerstone speaker for meetings, conferences and other events.

For questions, contact our press room at mediainquiries@centerstone.org or call (615) 460-4020.

Centerstone’s Executive Expert Speakers

David Guth

Chief Executive Officer

Expertise in:

  • Behavioral Healthcare Industry
  • Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Integration of Behavioral and Primary Healthcare
  • Information Technology in Healthcare

Dr. Janet Taylor, Psychiatrist

Janet Taylor, MD, MPH


Expertise in:

  • Community-based Psychiatric Care
  • Mindfulness & Self-Care
  • Racial Trauma
  • Implicit Bias
  • Diversity and Inclusion

Ashley Newton

Chief Operating Officer, Centerstone’s Research Institute and Vice President, Center for Clinical Excellence

Expertise in:

  • Research-Based Care Models
  • Clinical Models, Processes and Pathways
  • Integration of Research and Technology in Clinical Operations

Lauren Conaboy

Vice President of National Policy

Expertise in:

  • Behavioral and Mental Health Policy and Regulatory Initiatives
  • Advocacy Campaigns
  • Telehealth Policy
  • Addiction Treatment Policy
  • Mental Health Parity

Linda Grove-Paul

Vice President of Adult Services

Expertise in:

  • Addiction and Recovery
  • Substance Use and Mental Health
  • Co-occurring Disorders

Dawn Kingsley

Vice President of Payer Contracting & Strategy

Expertise in:

  • Payer Contracting
  • Medicare Advantage Network
  • Value-based Reimbursement Market

Becky Stoll

Vice President for Crisis and Disaster Management

Expertise in:

  • Suicide Prevention
  • Crisis Continuum Services
  • Disaster Mental Health
  • Behavioral Health Industry Trends

Mandi Ryan

Vice President of Healthcare Integration

Expertise in:

  • Integrated Health Homes
  • Primary Care and Integrated Services

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