Centerstone of Indiana has announced that Amanda Pardue has been named Regional Clinic Services Director, while Beth Rodriguez has been named director of development for its Indiana operations.
Pardue previously served as Monroe County Clinic Services Coordinator. She has worked in the behavioral healthcare field for more than 12 years, serving as clinic services coordinator, addictions therapist and home-based family therapist for Centerstone.
“We are delighted to name Amanda Pardue to this role,” said Suzanne Koesel, CEO of Centerstone of Indiana. “Amanda has provided supervisory guidance and clinical leadership as a key clinical staff member at Centerstone for eleven years. She brings unique clinical insight and management expertise to Centerstone and our clients in this region.”
Centerstone of Indiana offers mental health and addiction services to more than 24,000 Indiana residents of all ages each year. As west region clinic services director, Pardue will oversee clinic and support staff across five central southern Indiana counties.
Pardue has implemented many successful programs at Centerstone during her time here including feedback-informed treatment, functional family therapy, and adolescent intensive outpatient programs to name a few. She earned a master of science degree in counseling and counselor education and a bachelor of science degree in biology from Indiana University. She is a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Indiana.
Rodriguez will work with board members, donors, volunteers, corporations and foundations to raise awareness, funds and support for Centerstone. The organization provides mental health and addiction services to more than 24,000 Indiana residents of all ages each year. Rodriguez, a 14-year development veteran, will be based in Bloomington, where she will work with the Centerstone Foundation team and lead initiatives throughout the 17 Indiana counties Centerstone serves.
“We are very excited to welcome Beth to our team as we look to broaden our development efforts statewide and raise further awareness of our programs and services among potential partners and donors throughout Indiana,” said Suzanne Koesel, CEO of Centerstone of Indiana. “Beth’s tremendous experience in development and non-profit management will allow Centerstone to grow its philanthropic support and, ultimately, reach and treat more people in this region.”
Previously, Rodriguez served as director of development at Day Nursery Association of Indianapolis, Inc. She has also held roles including director of financial development at YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, development coordinator at Family Development Services, Inc. in Indianapolis, director of foundation and corporate relations for Queens Symphony Orchestra in Queens, NY, and director of alumni relations at Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. She has a masters of arts degree in philanthropic studies and a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Indiana University. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.