Board of Directors
Kent Dunlap, MPH, President and Chief Executive Officer, has over 30 years’ experience in developing and managing social services and health care facilities, programs, and systems. Mr. Dunlap specializes in strategic planning, contracting, government relations, as well as operations management.
John Weller, MBA, Treasurer, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, has over 28 years of experience in financial management. He directs all company activities related to Finance and Information Systems. The scope of the financial activities includes business planning, budgeting, financial reporting, cash management and banking/financing.
Olivia O. Aranda, CPA, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, has over 20 years of experience in financial audit and accounting. She directs all company activities related to Finance. The scope of the financial activities includes business planning, budgeting, financial reporting, cash management and banking/financing.
Michelle Hatfield, LMFT, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, has 23 years’ experience in services for youth and families, including juvenile justice, social service and mental health programs. She is responsible for all operational oversight. Recently she led the launch of the new Central Star Community Services and Youth Psychiatric Health Facility programs in the Central Valley.
Christine Graham, LCSW, is the company’s Vice President and Chief Clinical Services Officer. She has been with Stars Behavioral Health Group in various capacities for more than 15 years. She currently oversees teams responsible for designing, implementing and sustaining high quality clinical care throughout the SBHG family of companies. This includes supervising program development, staff training, and compliance, as well as, partnering with program medical directors to support their delivery of high quality medical care.
Peter J. Zucker, PhD, Senior Advisor, is an SBHG co-founder and past President and Chief Executive Officer. He has over 30 years’ experience in mental health services for adults, adolescents, and children. Dr. Zucker has special expertise in clinical program development and operations, program leadership and development, staff training, quality improvement, and the purposeful development of organizational culture and growth.