top of page

Bert Nash leadership team adds new members

The Bert Nash Center’s leadership team has thre

e new members.

Annas Boyer, Jenn Preston and Travis White have joined the Center’s Executive Team.

Boyer is the director of School Based Services, Preston is the director of Quality Improvement, and White is the director of Information Technology.

As director of School Based Services, Boyer will oversee the WRAP (Working to Recognize Alternative Possibilities) program. WRAP is the Bert Nash Center’s school-based mental health program.

“I’m looking forward to working with the WRAP therapists and building on the excellent work they do,” Boyer said. “There are a lot of opportunities on how we do things in providing services for kids in an environment where they are already.”

Boyer’s position is part of Marsha Page-White’s team. Page-White is the Center’s senior director of Innovation and Implementation.

“Providing services in the locations where children spend a majority of their time is very important,” Page-White said. “We are excited to have Annas join our team to strengthen the leadership for our school-based services. As Annas works to increase and solidify partnerships, her wealth of experience and skills in developing programs is a natural fit. While we continue to redefine what the WRAP program will look like in the future, her experience in making programs sustainable and client-focused is invaluable.”

As director of Quality Improvement (QI), Preston’s duties will include accreditation, client feedback, internal incident reports, compliance, risk management, safety plans/programs, licensing, and metrics that are related to the quality of programming and the strategic plan. “I’m really excited because this is a new department,” Preston said. “The staff is amazing. I’m excited to work with people who are data driven and an agency that wants to have a full picture of the good work that we’re doing. Data helps tell the story. Along with the entire QI team, we’re building a culture of continuous quality improvement, and ensuring we are achieving our goals, maintaining all necessary licenses and accreditation, and creating a safe place for clients to provide honest feedback.” White joined the Bert Nash Center as Information Technology manager in November 2022 and was promoted to director in April.

“Mental health has been an important family issue, so when I saw this position and I knew about Bert Nash, I thought I wo

uld really love to be able to help with that,” White said. “I have a vision that will hopefully better serve our staff so they can better serve our clients.”

Amy Finkeldei, the Center’s senior director of Performance and Quality Improvement, said,

“We are excited to have Jenn and Travis as directors and are grateful for the years of experience they bring with them in their respective fields.”


bottom of page