Matt Feehery
Matt FeeheryChief Executive Officer
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Matt Feehery joined Foundations Recovery Network in July 2018, bringing his vast experience to UHS’ Addiction Treatment Services business. In his role as CEO of Foundations Recovery Network, he drives the strategies, growth, performance and oversight of FRN’s six residential treatment facilities and 13 outpatient programs across the country.

Feehery has worked in the addiction treatment field since 1979, most recently as CEO of the Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center (PaRC) and senior vice president of Behavioral Health Services. During his 16-year tenure, he led and managed the 144-bed residential drug and alcohol treatment center, nine regional outpatient centers, a mobile psychiatric assessment team of psychiatrists and licensed clinicians serving 13 acute care system hospitals and three mental health crisis clinics as well as a psychiatric case management program. Other key roles include executive director, CEO and consultant for numerous alcohol and drug treatment organizations and psychiatric hospitals throughout the country, including one of the nation’s first alcohol and drug treatment centers, New Hampshire’s Beech Hill Hospital.

“Becoming a counselor was an interest that developed into a calling,” Feehery says. A Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) and board-certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (AADC), he earned his MBA in healthcare management from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas, and his bachelor’s degree in human resource management from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. Feehery is a regional vice president with NAADAC (the Association for Addiction Professionals) and recently served as president of the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals (TAAP) and chairman of the Behavioral Health Services Council for the Texas Hospital Association (THA).

Inducted into the TAAP Hall of Fame in 2013 for his service and commitment to the addiction counseling profession, Feehery also received the prestigious George R. Farris Management Excellence Award from Memorial Hermann Health System in 2012. Additional honors include the Behavioral Healthcare Champion Award in 2011, the NAADAC Organizational Achievement Award in 2010, the TAAP Addiction Professional of the Year Award in 2005, the TAAP Counselor of the Year Award in 1995 and the Fr. Charles Wyatt-Brown Distinguished Service Award in 1981.

Accolades are nice, but Feehery is drawn to the field of addiction treatment by the transformations he’s been privileged to witness. “Everyone working in behavioral healthcare, from the business office to direct patient care to housekeeping, has a role helping people build their foundation in recovery,” he says. “Being able to witness recovery — whether directly or from afar — is very fulfilling. I like seeing people get better and experience the gifts of recovery, moving from very difficult times to hope and healing.”

A Houston native, Feehery is an avid cyclist and classic car buff. He and his wife, Kim, have two grown daughters and a rescued boxer named Dexter.

Mike Chatterton
Mike ChattertonRegional Chief Financial Officer
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Born and raised in Utah, Mike Chatterton earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from Brigham Young University. A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Healthcare Finance Professional (CHFP), Chatterton worked in public accounting for several years, where several audit clients were healthcare providers. His experience includes roles as an auditor with Big 4 accounting firm Ernst & Young and a CFO at a senior care healthcare company in his home state.

Recognizing that healthcare is a massive, growing, dynamic industry, Chatterton saw the opportunity to utilize his finance skillset while improving people’s lives. In May 2017, he joined the Foundations Recovery Network team as Regional Chief Financial Officer, seeing how parent company UHS is 100 percent committed to FRN’s success and continued growth. He also believes in the clinical model and enjoys interacting with incredibly intelligent coworkers who he learns from every day.

When not working, the married father of four can be found camping, hunting, hiking, snowboarding, reading, riding ATVs, playing with his kids or enjoying family vacations.

Kathy Frossard
Kathy FrossardVice President of Business Development and Sales
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Kathy Frossard studied nursing and adult education at Illinois Central College, Arapahoe Community College and Regents University, earning a BSN degree. She joined Foundations Recovery Network in September 2017 as vice president of business development and sales, bringing with her 35 years of experience in the healthcare industry.

Frossard served as a nurse at Presbyterian St Luke’s in Denver for seven years, director of staff development at Summit LTC Care Corp for 10 years and spent 19 years as a sales professional and leader with HealthStream, Inc., where her most recent title was senior director of sales. During her years at HealthStream, Frossard’s focus was improving the quality of healthcare through the people who deliver care. She also played an active role in building their market share from 30-65 percent.

Born and raised in Pekin, Illinois, Frossard has made her home in Denver, Colorado; Eugene, Oregon; Abilene, Texas; and Dallas — where she commuted back and forth for work to Nashville for 19 years. She now makes her home in College Grove, Tennessee.

One of the great benefits of being a nurse, is the foundation it provided Frossard to learn and grow into the individual and professional person she is today. Connecting people in need to the care of qualified professionals can be both confusing and challenging, but working in healthcare sales has allowed Frossard to have a direct and indirect impact on that connection. Having the opportunity to lead, guide and grow those in the business development area, she enjoys utilizing her healthcare and sales background to impact FRN’s business model and grow their footprint in the healthcare arena. Frossard also loves to pay forward the mentorship others have provided her by mentoring several young professionals.

An avid reader, shopper and closet Law & Order binge watcher, Frossard is also a wife and mother of two grown daughters. On most weekends, you can find her and her software engineer husband on the road in their RV, joined by their two dachshunds.

Siobhan A. Morse, MHSA, CRC, CAI, MAC
Siobhan A. Morse, MHSA, CRC, CAI, MACDivision Director of Clinical Services
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Siobhan Morse holds a master’s degree in health services administration from Florida International University. While at FIU, she participated in a number of research projects, including a National Institute of Mental Health/Mental Health Statistic Improvement Project (NIMH/MHSIP) focusing on the severely and persistently mentally ill; United States Department of Education (USDOE) evaluations; and local evaluations of at-risk youth.

As an adjunct professor at Florida International University, Morse taught program planning and evaluation for the College of Urban and Public Affairs. She also served as a lead coordinator in the joint United Way, Children Now and Dade Community Foundation Project entitled, “Report Card on the Status of Children’s Services in Dade County,” where she pioneered the use of report card technologies.

Morse earned her certification as a clinical research coordinator (CRC) from the Associates of Clinical Pharmacology, conducting over 100 clinical trials with major pharmaceutical companies investigating new and promising treatments. She also holds her certifications as an ARISE interventionist and as a master addiction counselor. Morse has several current publications in research journals and has presented at global conferences on substance use and co-occurring disorders. Currently, she serves as voluntary adjunct faculty for Baylor Medical College and is the division director of clinical services for Foundations Recovery Network, the addiction services division of Universal Health Services.

Cherie Carter
Cherie CarterDirector of Marketing
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Originally from Ohio, Cherie Carter moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, to attend the University of Tennessee and later graduate from Austin Peay State University with a bachelor’s degree in art and a minor in marketing.

Her history in web design began in 1999 at Gaylord Entertainment in Nashville, with their digital department, Gaylord Digital. Carter then moved on as co-webmaster with Musicforce.com when it was acquired by Christianbook Distributors. Two years later, she joined PassAlong Networks, a recognized leader in the digital music space. At PassAlong, she initially led the creative department and later became the product manager for StoreBlocks.com, the foundation of their B2B platform.

At Foundations Recovery Network, Carter and her team are responsible for the building, maintenance and promotion of 150+ web properties while using the latest search engine optimization (SEO) techniques, producing compelling content and implementing leading-edge web designs in order to rank well in this highly competitive space. She also leads the Creative department for all design projects and requests.

Carter also has a passion for photography and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and stepson.

Jon Weber
Jon WeberNational Admissions Center Director
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Jon Weber joined Foundations Recovery Network as the national admissions center director in late 2017. Born in Springfield, Ohio, and raised in the nearby town of New Carlisle, he earned a BS in marketing from Tennessee Technological University. Weber spent 18 years on staff at HealthStream, an SAAS-based software company specializing in the education, training and performance management of hospital employees. In 2012, he was named director of client services, responsible for the technical support and content development teams.

Someone who loves a challenge, Weber says he has always been a strong customer advocate and a believer that the customer experience is where the company’s brand is formed. “I liked the idea that, as a director of an admission center, I could have a positive impact on the customer experience.” And he’s doing just that. Weber is passionate about working at FRN because of the difference he sees the company making every day. “We’re affecting lives. Our decisions can literally lead to the saving of a life.” And in an age when it’s rare to find someone who hasn’t been touched by addiction, Weber has felt its influence on those around him too. Collectively, all of these things drive him each and every day.

Married for 30 years now, Weber’s wife, Lisa, is an avid runner and membership director for a local YMCA. When not working, he makes a point to stay connected to his strong network of friends and family. He also lives in an older home, so he enjoys home improvement projects. But his biggest passion is music. He enjoys all kinds, but particularly blues, and he’s played guitar since the age of 12. Weber is also on the board of directors for a nonprofit that helps young musicians learn advanced technics in guitar, piano, harmonica and bass. They also provide help to musicians in need.

Jonny Stovall
Jonny StovallWeb and Digital Media Manager
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Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Jonny Stovall came to FRN in 2016 with a design agency background, where he worked as a designer and full stack web developer. During his eight years designing and building hundreds of websites, Stovall worked with clients including National Geographic, Animal Planet, TLC, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HGTV and the DIY Network.

Stovall has extensive experience with building custom websites from start to finish, small to large. He now manages FRN’s web design team, striving to create unique and quality experiences with each new site. But if the internet ever breaks, don’t cry for Stovall. He’ll just move on to his second love: woodworking.

Kaitlin Pickrel
Kaitlin PickrelPublic Relations Specialist
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Kaitlin Pickrel moved to Nashville and joined Foundations Recovery Network in 2015 following her graduation from DePauw University. She began her career at FRN as an alumni relations coordinator, playing an instrumental role in rebranding The Life Challenge. Following the launch of The Life Challenge, she moved into a new role at FRN as Public Relations Specialist.

In PR, Pickrel has focused on paving the uncharted territory of reputation management in the behavioral healthcare industry. Prior to joining FRN, she held public relations internships in Denver, Washington, DC, and her hometown of Dayton, Ohio. In her spare time, she can be found playing tennis, enjoying Nashville and traveling to visit family and friends.

Daxon Edwards
Daxon EdwardsDigital Strategy Manager
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Originally from Fort Smith, Arkansas, Daxon Edwards moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University, where he earned a BBA in music business. He also holds an MBA from University of Phoenix in e-Business Development.

Edwards has managed the business development of an online digital resource search engine, co-founded an SEO agency, and spent many years building and promoting ecommerce and lead generation websites.

In 2013, Edwards joined FRN excited to do work that saves lives. Witnessing the results from those who attend FRN programs, he is compelled to help as many people as possible, knowing that over 80 percent of patients will find restoration and recovery. Edwards is passionate to make a difference in big and small ways throughout FRN, whether that includes new SEO strategies for marketing teams, better conversion optimization processes, or improved data integration and analysis.

When not working, this husband and father can be found taking care of his young son or remodeling their house.

Wendy Lee Nentwig
Wendy Lee NentwigExecutive Editor
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Wendy Lee Nentwig was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she fell in love with words at an early age. She went on to study journalism at Biola University in Southern California. Her enthusiasm paid off with post-college positions at magazines including Seventeen, Aspire and CCM.

Nentwig also had a prolific freelance career, penning seven books for the young adult market and co-writing seven other titles with artists including Michael W. Smith, MercyMe and John Tesh. She has also written hundreds of feature articles for dozens of print and online publications as well as marketing copy for clients like World Vision, HarperSanFrancisco Publishers, The Gospel Music Hall of Fame, Belmont University, each of the major music labels and many others. In addition, she covered music as an editor for Rhapsody, writing hundreds of album reviews and features, and contributed copy to Apple Music and other digital music services.

After providing editorial services to FRN on a freelance basis for eight years, she officially joined the staff in 2016. As executive editor for FRN, Nentwig oversees all content, from web copy and print pieces to ads and press releases. She also manages a six-member editorial team.

When not in front of a computer screen, she can probably be found at a flea market searching for old furniture to refurbish, dreaming of Paris, watching movies or hanging out with her Boston Terrier.

Chris Leonard
Chris LeonardGroup Controller
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Originally from Hanover, Indiana, Chris Leonard earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from University of North Florida followed by an MBA from Middle Tennessee State University. Leonard began his career working for a health insurance company, and has been a UHS employee for more than a decade, joining Foundations Recovery Network as group controller in early 2017. In his current role, he loves accomplishing a goal and has a desire to see people be successful and thrive. Married with two children, Leonard also served 22 years in the US Navy.