2019-2020 Board of Directors
President/Chair: Nadine Scamp, CEO, Santa Maria Hostel
Nadine Scamp is the CEO for Santa Maria Hostel in Houston. Santa Maria Hostel provides a full continuum of care for
women with substance use disorders and their children, including detoxification, residential and outpatient treatment, housing, prevention, intervention and re-entry and recovery support services.
Nadine has over eighteen years experience overseeing treatment, re-entry and housing programs. Nadine holds a bachelors degree
in psychology from UT Austin and a master’s degree in social work from University of Houston. She serves on a number of
committees, including the Statewide FASD Steering Committee for the Texas Office for Prevention of Developmental Disabilities
and Texas Office of Court Administration Problem-Solving Courts Advisory Committee.
Nadine’s passion is serving women and families who are recovering from addiction and trauma through the creation of programs
and larger scale community change that promotes healing, hope and a solid foundation for long term success.
Vice Chair: Charly Weldon, CEO, Family Houston
Charly Weldon joined Family Houston in 2016 as President and CEO. She has over 22 years of nonprofit leadership experience
Treasurer: Tommy Thompson, CEO, Open Door Mission
Tommy joined the Mission in 2013, coming from the position of Executive Director at Main Street Ministries, a local outreach ministry
of the First Presbyterian Church of Houston. Tommy surrendered to the call to men’s ministry and prison ministry in 1993 following a Walk to Emmaus spiritual retreat. He served as a lay volunteer in the Cursillo Community of ministries until 2009 when he joined FPC on a full-time basis. Following his college graduation, Tommy served in the United States Army and US Army Reserves for six years as
an instructor followed by a business career spent in maritime logistics in the energy sector where he was the Executive Vice President of Statia Terminals, Inc. Statia was an owner/operator of oil storage and transshipment terminals located on the Dutch Caribbean island
of St. Eustatius and Nova Scotia, Canada. Tommy retired from Statia in 2002. Tommy has been in substance abuse recovery since 1987 and understands the issues that accompany this disease.
Public Policy Chair: Bill Bailey, President and CEO, Cenikor Foundation
Bill Bailey II became the President and CEO of Cenikor Foundation, one of the nation’s oldest and most successful drug treatment, education and career services organizations in the United States, in January 2004. Since his involvement with Cenikor, Mr. Bailey has provided insightful leadership that has ignited a movement to continue Cenikor’s growth to include the full continuum of care.
With more than two decades of executive leadership and development knowledge, Mr. Bailey specializes in strategic planning, board development, major gifts, community outreach and involvement, corporate partnerships and donor stewardship.
After graduating from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Arts in Real Estate Finance, Mr. Bailey worked in multiple positions in the private sector before finding his niche working with non-profit organizations. Prior to joining Cenikor, Mr. Bailey held the position of Senior Vice President / Chief Development Officer with Hillcrest Health Systems in Waco, Texas. He led the multimillion dollar foundation in successfully carrying out the organization’s mission and goals through strategic planning, community outreach and community involvement. Active in many community and charitable organizations, Mr. Bailey is a member of the Board of the Association of Substance Abuse Providers in Texas and Network of Behavioral Health Providers in Houston. He has been active with United Way, Texas Baptist Development Officers Association, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, and Stilwell Retirement Residence in Waco.
Mr. Bailey’s commitment to Cenikor and the behavioral health community is to continue to raise public awareness in the areas of treatment, prevention and education, and continue a progressive movement on a national level.
Projects Chair : Mary H. Beck, Chief of Staff, The Council on Recovery
Mary H. Beck, LMSW, CAI has over twenty years of experience in nonprofit management. Her background includes work in organization development, change management, strategic leadership, and program planning and evaluation. She currently serves as Chief Strategy Officer for The Council on Recovery. As Houston’s largest provider of behavioral health prevention, education, treatment, and recovery services, The Council helps not only individuals and families, but our whole community. Mary is responsible for all agency programs, which serve over 55,000 people annually. She represents the agency on the Executive Team for Healthy Women Houston, a maternal mortality pilot project in Harris County, and as an active member of the Texas Association of Substance Abuse Providers. She is an American Leadership Forum (ALF) Senior Fellow and a Certified ARISE Interventionist. Mary also is an adjunct faculty member for the University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, and volunteers for the Parent Teacher Organization at her son’s school.
Mary’s passion is developing people and systems to meet the social needs of our community. Her area of interest include addiction education and treatment, suicide prevention, empowerment of children with special needs and organ donation. She enjoys spending time with family, traveling and watching sports in her free time. Mary earned her Master’s degree in Social Work in 1998 from the University of Houston and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Bowling Green State University, OH in 1990. Prior to joining The Council on Recovery, Mary served as Director of the Center for Organizational Research and Effectiveness at the University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, providing nonprofit evaluation and consulting services. Earlier in her career she was the first Director of the Teenline at Crisis Intervention of Houston, Inc. and was a member of the intake team for Covenant House Texas.
Membership Chair: Sean Fitzpatrick, PhD, Executive Director, The Jung Center
Sean Fitzpatrick, PhD, LPC, is the executive director of The Jung Center. He has master's degrees in religious studies and clinical psychology, and he completed his doctorate in psychology, with a concentration in Jungian studies, at Saybrook University. He is also a psychotherapist in private practice. He lectures internationally, and his first book, The Ethical Imagination, is under contract with Routledge. He is a senior fellow of the American Leadership Forum.
At large Member: Steven Glazier, COO, Harris County Psychiatric Center
At large Member: Wayne Young, MBA, LC, FACHE, CEO, The Harris Center
Wayne Young currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD, the state-designated Local Mental Health Authority and Local Intellectual and Developmental Disability Authority serving Harris County, Texas. As the CEO of the largest behavioral and developmental disability care center in the state, Mr. Young oversees the planning and delivery of behavioral health and intellectual and development disabilities services to over 88,000 people per year and manages an annual budget of over $270 million. Currently the chair of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission Behavioral Health Advisory Council, Mr. Young has served in leadership roles in various professional organizations such as the American Hospital Association and the Texas Hospital Association.
Immediate Past President/Chair: Terry Scovill, LCSW, CEO, Healthcare Operations at IntraCare Behavioral Health
Past Chair: Linda Berger, Jewish Family Service
Linda L. Burger has devoted her professional life to leading and shaping a robust resume of significant social service programs, including the establishment, under her inspiration and leadership, of game-changing initiatives that focus on erasing stigmas associated with disability and mental health issues.
CEO of Jewish Family Service (JFS) of Houston since 2005, Linda continues to transform and expand the agency’s resources and ability to respond to safety net basic needs, community emergencies and individuals who need ongoing help with counseling and other services. Prior to leading JFS, Burger served as CEO of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) of Houston and Associate Executive Vice President of the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston.
In addition to serving on the Board of RespectAbility, Burger is an advisor for the Center for Future Planning Advisory Council of the National ARC; Immediate Past Chair of the Network of Behavioral Health Providers in Houston; and past Board Member of both the International Association of Jewish Vocational Service and Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies, for which she served on the task force that combined the two into the Network of Jewish Human Services Agencies. Burger is a recipient of three prestigious Houston community awards: the Hans Mayer Award for Communal Service, Joan Alexander Chesed Award, and the National Council of Jewish Women’s Women of Influence Award.