Stan Gilbert, CEO
Stan has been with KBBH since 1986, and has been at the forefront of the expanding service array offered to the citizens of the Klamath Basin. Stan has over 35 years of experience as a mental health professional in the delivery and administration of child and adolescent mental health programs. He has managed psychiatric inpatient units, day treatment programs, residential treatment programs, outpatient services, and school-based clinics. Extensive clinical experience in family treatment, children’s mental health, and the treatment of sexual offenders. Stan has a broad range of experience administering contracts, fiscal control, legislative advocacy, marketing, fund development, grants, community relations, program development, clinical supervision, and human resources.
Amy Boivin, Deputy Director
Amy has been with KBBH since 1996, and provides clinical oversight to day treatment, community services, psychiatric services clinic, Healthy Start and the adult residential and respite programs.Amy has a broad wide of experience operating and directing residential programs for children through adults. Amy has a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology.
Patricia Card, Director of Administration
Patty began working at KBBH in 1984 when it was a small 8 child Day Treatment program, and has been involved in the development of all programs over the years. Patty works directly with the CEO and oversees grant writing, technology support, and support for all programs.
Liz Maddalena, Director of Operations
Liz joined KBBH in 2006. She earned an MBA from University of Portland’s Pamplin School of Business, and spent seven years with Intel Corporation in Portland as a Supply Line Manager. Liz has extensive knowledge in strategic planning, project management, business systems, and organizational management. In her role as the Director of Operations, Liz oversees all financial operations, Human Resources, and support functions of the company.
Richard Rose, Quality Improvement and Compliance Director
Rich Rose was hired at KBBH in 2015. Rich graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Northwest Christian College, where he later worked as an adjunct Associate Professor. He completed his Masters in Business Administration from University of Phoenix. Rich has over 20 years of experience in working in healthcare with the Klamath Tribes and the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians. Rich is responsible for all quality improvement activities, abuse investigations, audits, HIPAA compliance and reporting, as well as compliance with all Oregon Revised Statutes and Oregon Administrative Rules relevant to behavioral health licensing.