Touchstone Leadership

Senior Leadership

Dr. Bryan Davey joined Touchstone Health Services in September 2016. His professional experiences include being an administrator, past certified special education teacher, consultant to schools, businesses, and behavior analytic agencies nationwide, and agency owner. Dr. Davey’s clinical expertise includes training organizational personnel in the application of behavioral principles and procedures, functional behavior assessments, assessment and treatment of severe and complex behaviors, intervention implementation, and effective teaching practices. Through his professional experiences, he developed a unique understanding of how insurance companies operate with regard to Autism coverage and ABA services. Dr. Davey’s expertise in Autism insurance laws and benefits, practice management, and insurance billing and coding are nationally recognized. He is a past Board Member and Public Policy Chair of CalABA, and currently, serves on the APBA Board. 

Mr. Merrill joined Touchstone Health Services in December 2016. Over the last thirty years, he has held a variety of executive, management and consulting roles in finance, accounting, financial and medical analysis, provider contracting, network management, business and product development, grants, medical claims payment and sales and marketing in the creation and management of successful healthcare entities. Mr. Merrill reports to the CEO and oversees the Finance, Business, Information Technology, and Facilities Management. He holds a BS in Business-Accounting from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and holds an active license to practice as a Certified Public Accountant in Arizona.

Dr. Hines has provided psychiatric services at Touchstone Health Services since July 2003.  He assumed the role of Medical Director for Touchstone in July 2008. Prior to joining Touchstone, he completed his Adult Psychiatry Residency and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at The Brody School of Medicine in his hometown of Greenville, N.C. He is passionate about providing quality care for his patients and helping Touchstone grow as an agency and as a community resource.

Dr. Chad Campbell joined Touchstone in July of 2017 as Medical Director of Integrated Medicine.  He joins the team to help bring integrated medicine to the already great programs and behavioral health provided at Touchstone.  After medical school at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, he started his career by completing his residencies at Phoenix Children’s Hospital/Maricopa Medical Center for his pediatric residency and Banner University Medical Center Phoenix for his internal medicine residency.  After graduating both residencies in 2009 he practiced mainly in private practice but focused on adults and children with special health care needs.  After serving time as a medical director in the HonorHealth system, he came over to work on providing integrated health care services to the members of Touchstone.  As a native of Arizona, he has a professional passion for the integrated health care model and serving those individuals with special health care needs.

As Senior Director of Evidence-Based Programs, Ms. Egan oversees our Blueprints Model Programs which include Functional Family Therapy (FFT), Multisystemic Therapy (MST) and Multisystemic Therapy for Problem Sexual Behaviors (MST-PSB). She also oversees our Intensive Outpatient Program and has been an integral part in the development and management of the School Based Services at Touchstone Health Services. She joined Touchstone Health Services as a Clinical Supervisor with the Multisystemic Therapy Program in June 2004.  In 2010, she became the MST/PSB Programs Manager and advanced to Director of Evidence-Based Programs in August of 2013 and then Sr. Director of Evidence-Based Programs in August of 2016.  Before her time at Touchstone, Ms. Egan was a Multisystemic Therapist in Cleveland, Ohio and has over 20 years of experience in the behavioral health field working with children/adolescents and adults. Ms. Egan has her Master of Arts in Education – Community Counseling from the University of Akron and is independently licensed in the State of Arizona as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

Brielle Rawlings-Dubé joined Touchstone Health Services in November 2016 after serving our community in health and behavioral health for the last 19 years. She completed her Master’s in Counseling at ASU, is a nationally certified counselor and independently licensed in Arizona. After graduate school she continued her studies in integrated care, infant/toddler mental health and trauma; and is certified by the International Association of Trauma Professionals and endorsed by the Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona. As Senior Director of Outpatient Services, she oversees programs at our Main Center including Intake/Assessment, Infant & Early Childhood, Outpatient Therapy, High Needs Care Coordination, Clinical Care Coordination, WIT (MMWIA), Family Support and Respite. Prior to joining Touchstone Brielle acted as Clinical Director of a provider network organization, oversaw the development of many programs including outpatient therapy, infant & early childhood, high needs care coordination, counseling internships, groups and provided direct care to many children and families.

Ms. Chavez has been with Touchstone since 2006. Prior to her current role, she delivered therapeutic groups, individual counseling, and family treatment in addition to facilitating, implementing, and supervising a variety of prevention programs focusing on youth substance abuse prevention, teen pregnancy prevention, teen dating violence, mental health awareness, and other valuable life skills. Ms. Chavez’ community outreach experience and coalition building has been instrumental in strengthening a variety of Touchstone’s programs. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Arizona State University, a Master of Arts in Community Counseling through Northern Arizona University and is a Licensed Associate Counselor as well as an Arizona Credentialed Prevention Professional Level IV.

Mr. Nelson is the Director of Information Technology for Touchstone Health Services. He joined Touchstone in April 2015 and is responsible for directing all the technology initiatives for the organization. He oversees all networking and PC support, corporate and branch office wide area networks, data security, telecommunications and the help desk.  Mr. Nelson has over 25 years of experience in Information Technology, both in direct hands-on and in management roles. Prior positions held include Server and Desktop Support Manager, Point-of-Sale Administrator, as well as Supervisor of Network Administration. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Operations Management from Eastern Washington University.

Mr. Rust joined Touchstone Health Services in January 2017. He comes to us with 25+ years of healthcare experience, specifically in revenue cycle management and operations and has worked in a variety of healthcare environments including, hospitals, ambulatory outpatient facilities, physical therapy clinics and with large physician groups. He brings with him a background in physical health which will be key as Touchstone Health Services begins to transition to integrated health. Mr. Rust earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration from Georgia Southwestern State University.

Mr. Thomas joined Touchstone Health Services in December 2016 as Director of Compliance and Quality Improvement. Thomas has held various leadership roles in healthcare operations in both behavioral and medical fields. Thomas is a Certified Healthcare Compliance Professional through the Healthcare Compliance Association and a Certified Professional Coder through the American Academy of Professional Coders with a background in building effective compliance programs and auditing services. Thomas has a Master’s in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

As Director of Practice Transformation, Mrs. Stone supports the leadership team’s goals of adopting new and innovative forms of service delivery while strengthening workflows and processes that yield positive health outcomes and cost savings for our members and the community. She joined Touchstone Health Services in April 2017 to champion the development and implementation of a physical healthcare service model and team to compliment and work collaboratively with existing behavioral health teams offering children, young adults and families the option of receiving fully integrated whole person care in a comfortable, safe and familiar environment. She has been a health provider in this community since 2002, working as a cognitive behavioral therapist offering support and healing in inpatient, outpatient, and private practice settings; serving children, adults, couples, and families. Prior to coming to Touchstone Health Services, she pioneered the first Integrated Care Management program in Maricopa County and offered consultative services to providers wanting to add physical health services into the behavioral health clinics serving members with Serious Mental Illness as a Practice Transformation Consultant with the current Regional Behavioral Health Authority.  Mrs. Stone has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and is independently licensed by the state of Arizona as a Licensed Professional Counselor.

Board Members

Dion  D. Foreman is a Vice President and Senior Project Manager in technology and operations at Wells Fargo Bank. Mr. Foreman has over 15 years of experience with technology in banking and finance leading local and global initiatives to secure and modernize financial institutions infrastructure and customer data. Prior to his position at Wells Fargo, Mr. Foreman ran a management consultancy catering to a variety of clients and specializing in technology and operations. Very community minded, Mr. Foreman volunteers his time for a number of local charitable organizations. Mr. Foreman holds a Bachelor of Science, Business, from Arizona State University.
Dr. Matt R. Salmon is a Resident Psychiatrist with Maricopa Integrated Health Systems (MIHS). He earned his Doctor of Osteopathy at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ and Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Arizona State University. He also has participated in various political activities and community work with LGBT and youth organizations.
Sebastian J. Dimond is an Institutional Relationship Manager with The Vanguard Group where he manages assets for Fortune 500 companies with their qualified retirement plans.  Prior to Vanguard, Mr. Dimond worked at JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as a Commercial Banking Relationship Manager, specializing in credit and treasury management.  He holds his FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses and is a graduate of the University of Utah.  Additionally, he has partnered with several non-profit agencies to create yoga programs for at-risk youth and seniors.
Kathryn L. Busby is a government relations/public policy consultant specializing in health care. She represents various health care providers and entities providing government relations representation and consultation on regulatory, contracting and other health care related issues. Ms. Busby obtained a Bachelor of Science, Foreign Service, from Georgetown University, Washington DC, and a Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University. She is also a member of the Arizona State Board of Nursing.
Hugo M. Franco is the past Chairman of the Appeals Board under the Appellate Services Administration within the Arizona Department of Economic Security. Mr. Franco was employed with the department for almost 31 years until his retirement in January 2014. Mr. Franco holds  a Bachelor of Science and a Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University.  Mr. Franco has been a longstanding community activist.
Athia Hardt is the owner of Hardt & Associates Public Affairs, working with a variety of clients on public outreach and media strategy planning and implementation, particularly crisis communication as well as development of responses, position papers, training of speakers and grassroots outreach. Previously she was a journalist for seventeen years and also served as a key advisor to Governor Bruce Babbitt, Governor Rose Mofford and Phoenix Mayor Terry Goddard.  She serves as a member of the ASU Cronkite School Alumni Board of Advisors and is a public member of the Arizona Judicial Council, which assists the Arizona Supreme Court in the development, and implementation of policies for Arizona courts.   She is an active member of the Society of Professional Journalists, the Arizona Press Club, the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library and the Phoenix Heritage Commissions. Ms. Hardt received her Bachelor of Arts, Journalism, from Arizona State University and a Master of Arts in communications from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.  She has earned numerous writing awards and honors, including the Outstanding Communicator in the Governor’s Awards for the Arizona Women’s Partnership, AIDS Project Arizona’s “WOW” award, the Friends of the Library Montgomery award and Southwest Center for HIV/AIDs Lifetime Legacy award.
Jacob Moore is Assistant Vice President, Tribal Relations, with the ASU Office of University Affairs. He is a member of the Arizona State Board of Education, the Arizona Ready Council, the WestEd Board of Directors, and the Advisory Board for the Arizona Minority Education Policy Analysis Center (AMEPAC). Jacob was previously managing partner for Generation Seven Strategic Partners, LLC, and worked as an Economic Development Analyst and Special Assistant on Congressional and Legislative for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Mr. Moore earned a Bachelor of Science, Finance, and an Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey College of Business and is an enrolled member of the Tohono O’odham Nation.
Paul G. Perrault is the Director of Research and Evaluation with the Helios Education Foundation.  His work focuses on educational reforms and polices aimed at reducing the achievement gap for low-income students who have traditionally been underserved.  Prior to joining Helios, Dr. Perrault served as a Research Investigator at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts, Journalism, from Michigan State University, two Masters degrees from the University of Michigan, one in Educational Foundations, Administration, Policy & Research Methods and one in Education with Secondary Certification, a Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit Mercy and Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Studies (specialization: Educational Foundations, Administration & Policy) from the University of Michigan.
Gay Ann Williams is a health and public policy professional with over thirty years in the health insurance industry.  Ms. Williams served as the Program Administrator for Health Net Access for two years, overseeing all aspects of the Medicaid program in Arizona.  Prior to serving in that capacity, Ms. Williams was the Corporate Compliance Officer for Health Net, with national responsibility for compliance-related activities for all lines of business, including Medicare, Medicaid and commercial health insurance plans.  Ms. Williams’ experience also includes 14 years with the Arizona Department of Insurance, where she worked as a lobbyist, public affairs officer, and deputy director of the agency.  She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in English from the University of Tennessee, and an Associate Degree in Risk Management.
John M. Lincoln is Senior Consultant for Lincoln Consulting. He specializes in education reform, strategic planning and grant management. Mr. Lincoln was a senior administrator at Arizona State University and Colorado State University until his retirement in 2008. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in history as well as his Juris Doctorate at Arizona State University. He also participated in graduate educational studies at the University of San Francisco.  He is an enrolled member of the Navajo Tribe.