Daniel is the Chief Executive Officer at Signal Behavioral Health Network. He has been with Signal since 2008, and previously held the position of Director of Information Technology. Together with Signal’s Board of Directors, his mission is to further the quality and outcome-focused services provided by the Signal network in the evolving and expanding landscape of healthcare.
Daniel’s experience prior to Signal was in information systems in the healthcare, disability management, higher education, and media industries. He brings a combination of technical capability and business acumen to his role as Signal’s CEO. He graduated summa cum laude from Waldorf College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Information Systems.
In addition to his position at Signal, Daniel is actively involved in the Colorado Providers Association, Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council, and the Jefferson County Child and Youth Leadership Commission.
Lisa Brody, MS, LPC became the Chief Operating Officer at Signal Behavioral Health Network in 2017. Prior to coming to Signal, she was the Chief Operating Officer for Behavioral Healthcare, Inc, the BHO (Behavioral Healthcare Organization) for the Eastern Denver Metro area. Lisa has worked in behavioral health for over 30 years in various roles from in-home counselor to clinical supervisor to Director of Quality Improvement and Utilization Management. In her current role, Lisa is responsible for the Operations of Signal; ensuring Operations are effective and efficient. Lisa is committed to the Signal’s Mission to “transform lives and communities by delivering high-quality and innovative professional services to behavioral health providers.”
Tiffany Scroggins, MS, CPA, joined Signal in 2006 as the Senior Operations Accountant and then moved into the role of Director of Finance and is now the Chief Financial Officer. Over her time here, Tiffany has been in charge of the revenue side of Signal. This includes billing for 35 counties and over 22 providers in Colorado for child welfare funding and program reimbursements. She works cooperatively with the CEO and financial accountant in negotiating and executing annual county and provider contracts, as well as, researching and communicating information needed to assess the financial impact of various billing and funding sources. She assists in creating more efficient billing and payment procedures, participates in the financial planning and decision support process for special projects and attends meetings or supplementing discussions that require financial information conveyed.
Kristy Jordan is the Director of Communications and Development at Signal Behavioral Health Network. Since starting with Signal in 2007, Kristy has worn many hats within the organization, including office management, executive assistance, Board relations, human resources, and most recently, marketing, communications and development. Prior to working at Signal, Kristy worked in the media industry as a Marketing and Advertising Account Executive. In her current role at Signal, she works closely with all departments to create a marketing presence and communications strategy for Signal, aids in grant/project coordination, and focuses on building community partnerships to cultivate Signal’s mission.
Stephanie Kirrstetter is the Administrative Assistant at Signal Behavioral Health Network. Stephanie joined Signal in November of 2017. Prior to working at Signal, Stephanie worked as an Office Manager for a gaming company in Southern California. She recently relocated to Colorado to be closer to family. At Signal, Stephanie provides support to the Executive team and the Signal Board of Directors by scheduling meetings, taking minutes, event support and planning, and office management.
Erik Stone, MS, CAC III, is the Director of Compliance and Quality Improvement at Signal Behavioral Health Network. Erik joined Signal in 1997 after working at Arapahoe House, Colorado’s largest addiction treatment provider for 11 years. He held a variety of clinical and supervisory positions at Arapahoe House; his last position was as Program Manager for their detoxification programs where he was responsible for managing three facilities with over 122 beds and a budget of over three million dollars. At Signal, Erik is responsible for quality management activities such provider credentialing and site visits, training and technical assistance, and client satisfaction and access surveys.
Mindy Paddock MSW, LCSW is the Associate Director of Compliance and Quality Improvement at Signal. Mindy joined Signal in 2017 after working for Arapahoe House, Colorado’s largest addiction treatment provider for 3 years. Her final position held with Arapahoe House was that of Clinical Director of Outpatient Services where she was responsible for four outpatient facilities, all behavioral health care integration sites, and case management services. Mindy has been in the behavioral health field for 20 years. During this time she has enjoyed returning to her educational roots at the University of Denver School of Social Work as an adjunct professor. At Signal, Mindy works closely with the Director of Compliance and Quality Improvement to ensure our providers are delivering high quality clinical care to their clients by assisting with site visits, trainings, and client satisfaction and access surveys.
Debra Starin is the Residential Services Utilization Coordinator at Signal Behavioral Health Network. Debra is responsible for managing Involuntary Commitment admissions and clients, and she coordinates the utilization review procedures for residential clients in Signal’s substance use disorder treatment provider network. She joined Signal in May, 2017 after working at Behavioral Health Group. Prior to working there, Debra worked at DOVE Counseling doing clinical work with parolees and probation clients. She also worked at Arapahoe House for 9 years in a variety of positions including as Care Coordinator of Information and Access and as a Supervisor on a SAMHSA grant.
Audrey McKiney, MA, LAC, is the Case Management Coordinator at Signal Behavioral Health Network. Audrey joined Signal in August of 2016, after working at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare. At Mile High Behavioral Healthcare, Audrey worked as a Behavioral Health Specialist in the Criminal Justice Department. Prior to working at there, Audrey worked at Arapahoe House in the Female STIRRT program for 4 years and also worked at the detoxification department in Commerce City. At Signal, Audrey is responsible for supporting the on-site substance abuse counselors that are located at the county sites, participates on the Interagency Oversight Group’s (IOG) Boards and Committees, and supports the Intensive Case Management providers.
Vicki Pitchford is the Operations Accountant at Signal Behavioral Health Network. She is a self-directed team player working closely with the CFO performing a variety of accounting functions; this includes billing for 35 counties and over 20 providers in Colorado, analyzing general ledger activity, accounts payable, lead for in-house payroll processing, and filing of federal/state tax requirements. In addition, Vicki performs a number of human resource functions specific to new hires. Vicki joined our team in February 2014 bringing more than 25 years of experience in business management. Her interests include giving back to her community as a volunteer, exploring Colorado trails, and spending time with her family.
Joseph has over twenty years of experience designing and developing applications across a variety of industries on diverse systems and environments utilizing a wide range of tools and languages. Joseph’s professional certifications include: Kofax Technical Solutions Specialist, Siebel 2000 Certified Consultant, Microsoft Great Plains eEnterprise Certified Professional, and J. D. Edwards World and OneWorld software development and modifications.
Katherine Bryant, MS, CAC II is a Business Analyst at Signal Behavioral Health Network. She is also the Project Coordinator for our CareLogic Electronic Health Record (EHR) implementations. Katherine has many years of experience in the substance use disorder treatment field as well as in Information Technology/Systems. She joined Signal in 2012 after 13 years with one of Signal’s northern Colorado providers. During that time, Katherine led clinical/education groups, did advocacy for victims of domestic violence, and provided technical and programming assistance for most of those years. Her involvement also included research on HIV/HCV risk reduction among injection drug users for NIDA-CTN-0017, methamphetamine use in Weld County for Meth Regional Partnership Grant, and underage drinking attitudes for Colorado Prevention Partners Grant.