Doyle Forrestal is the Chief Executive Officer of CBHC. Before rejoining the organization in 2015, she served as the Executive Officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in Region VIII, Office of Intergovernmental and External Affairs. In that capacity, she helped implement provisions of the Affordable Care Act with state and tribal governments across Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota.More…
Prior to working with HHS, she was the Director of Public Policy with CBHC and worked with the Colorado Legislature for nearly a decade. She has over 18 years of experience guiding, developing, and implementing legislative strategy and policy at the federal, state, and local levels. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science degree from the University of Colorado and a law degree from the University of Denver.
Frank Cornelia, MS, LPC
Deputy Director & Chief Strategy Officer
Frank Cornelia, MS, LPC is the Deputy Director & Chief Strategy Officer for CBHC. Before joining the organization in 2012, he was a direct care professional with years of experience providing services to diverse client populations. In his role with CBHC, he reports directly to the CEO and is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with a variety of community and government stakeholders.More…
He also helps set the strategic vision for the organization. Frank provides leadership to CBHC’s advocacy team and leads the development of CBHC’s yearly policy platform. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree in health and human development from Montana State University. He and his wife Jenny live in Denver with their two beautiful, but exhausting children, Madeline and Max.
Moses Gur, MA
Director of Member and Policy Engagement
Moses Gur, M.A., is the Director of Policy and Member Engagement for CBHC. He earned his bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice and psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his master’s degree in forensic psychology from the University of Denver, where he studied the broad intersection of mental health and the law.More…
His experience includes working across every sequential intercept both in direct services and in professional training and policy development. Before joining the CBHC policy team, he was a policy fellow for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration in the Region 8 office. Moses is dedicated to bringing evidence-supported innovation to Colorado’s mental health policy landscape and is passionate about reforms that increase self-directedness and access to support for individuals living with behavioral health conditions who are navigating the criminal justice system.
Membership Services and Communications Coordinator
Natalie Strom serves as the Membership Services and Communications Coordinator for CBHC. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree from the University of Iowa. Prior to joining the CBHC team in 2017, Natalie worked in a number of fields, including journalism, communications, and education. She won numerous awards during her time as an editor and journalist, and her love for the arts inspired her to start her own nonprofit for local artists while living in Florida.More…
In her current role, she serves as the executive assistant to the CEO, office manager, marketing and communications director, social media and website manager, annual conference coordinator, and liaison to the membership’s leadership teams. Natalie is also a certified Adult Mental Health First Aid instructor.
Barbara Becker, PhD
Director, Mental Health First Aid Colorado
Barbara Becker, Ph.D., is a licensed professional counselor and serves as the Director of Mental Health First Aid Colorado (MHFACO), where she oversees the expansion of mental health literacy through the broad, statewide dissemination of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA). She is responsible for developing community relationships and ensuring that MHFA is available across the state with a health equity lens.More…
Barbara is also an appointed member of the Commission on Suicide Prevention, where she represents licensed mental health providers in Colorado. She was a founding member of the Colorado Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, where she served as President for two years. In 2015, Barbara was a recipient of the Sandy Martin Grassroots Award given by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Mental Health First Aid Liaison
Paige Warren graduated California State University Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Electronic Arts degree in 2017. She joined the CBHC team in 2018 as an AmeriCorps volunteer to assist with the coordination of Mental Health First Aid Colorado (MHFACO).More…
Now, as the statewide MHFACO coordinator, Paige provides instructor and community outreach and funding coordination, and assists with social media management for MHFACO and CBHC. She has been a certified MHFA instructor for youth and adults since the summer of 2018.
CBHC Board Officers
Colorado Behavioral Health Council (CBHC) is a non-profit entity consisting of 23 member organizations. Our members guide our principles and our advocacy. The CBHC Board of Directors is elected on an annual basis.
Southeast Health Group
The Center for Mental Health
Community Reach Center
Jefferson Center for Mental Health
Mental Health Partners
National Council Representative
Mental Health Center of Denver
Centennial Mental Health Center
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