Dr. Lucy R. Cannon, CEO
Jazmine N. Padmore, MBAChief Operating Officer
Stephanie GooseberryBusiness IT Consultant
Dr. Cannon has worked as a Director of Behavioral Health Services and Homemaker Services Program, Program Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator of Day Treatment Programs, Auditor, Clinician, Trainer, and Advocate. Her career has allowed her to work with vast and diverse populations in the following states; Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, Pennsylvania, Florida, Arkansas, Georgia, and Camp Zama, Japan. She has worked overseas as an Adolescent Substance Abuse Counselor with SAIC Inc. Dr Cannon has a strong clinical background and as worked in both inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse settings. She is a Visiting Professor at DeVry University and an Adjunct Professor at Clark Atlanta University. She is a Consultant for Serco, Contractor for the Department of the Southeast Region Navy Reserve. She serves on the Georgia School of Addiction Studies Board of Directors as Vice President and she is also a board member with the Southeastern Institute on Chemical Dependency. Dr. Cannon is the Owner/CEO of LEJ Behavioral Health Services, LLC over the last five years.
Ms. Padmore has an extensive HR background in the business and mental health fields. Her expertise also includes payroll and setting up personnel records to ensure compliance with the Georgia Department of Labor Standards. Ms. Padmore has her MBA and has a strong administrative , recruiting, and human resources background.
Ms. Gooseberry is a business IT Consultant who has an extensive background working with individuals and small businesses to help them with developing and growing their business from a technology prespective. Here knowledge ranges from website design, company branding as well as business process improvements within your business. She was been working in the IT consulting field for 15 plus years and earned her MBA in 1995.
We are here to assist new programs with the development and implementation of their programs and to assist troubled behavioral health programs with improving their services and programs. We strive to help behavioral health programs improve their operational procedures, funding sources, and other problematic programming issues.