Meet Your ATAC Board
Your board is comprised of a group of experienced healthcare professionals with over 50+ years experience
Stampp is the CEO of a diagnostic laboratory company. A serial social entrepreneur, Mr. Corbin has successfully built socially responsible organizations that have achieved annual revenues of over $100 million. As a social entrepreneur, Mr. Corbin’s motto is “doing well by doing good.” For eight years, Mr. Corbin served on the Board of Trustees of Mount Carmel Health Systems, a $1.8 billion hospital system in Columbus, Ohio.
He is committed to advancing the rights of those suffering from substance use disorder and advocating for those organizations that provide critical treatment service.
Mr. Corbin is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Business School.
Jim Brady is the co-founder and co-owner with his wife, Patricia Brady, of AToN Center, 4 six- bed addiction treatment centers, located in Encinitas. AToN is licensed and certified by the Department of Health Care Services to provide sub-acute detox and residential treatment, and accredited by The Joint Commission. Mr. Brady has served as the CEO since its creation in 1988 and oversees daily operations.
Mr. Brady spends much of his time on insurance related issues involving denial of care or wrongful underpayments of claims in a capacity of client advocate. This experience has given him much insight into some of the toughest issues currently being experienced by ATAC members. Mr. Brady has assisted with the board in preparation of documentation and strategies presented by ATAC to California’s insurance regulators and state legislators with the goal of helping ATAC members collect reimbursement based on the actual benefits of a client’s plan.
Mr. Brady sits on both the ATAC Underpayments and Legal Committees as well as serving as an active board member. He freely shares information from his long experience with the nuances of processing claims and successfully resolving claim disputes.
Head of Marketing
Founder and CEO of Addiction Therapeutic Services and RecoveryView., Josie Ramirez-Herndon been working in the field of Healthcare, Behavioral Health and Addiction Services for over 30 years. She was born, educated, and began her professional career at Loma Linda University Medical Center and Behavioral Medicine Center.
Playing an instrumental role to the success of countless addiction professionals and treatment facilities by marketing their services and providing continuing education over the past 17 years, Josie founded and became the CEO of a national marketing and events agency, Villareal & Associates, Inc.
In 2008, Josie expanded Villareal’s function to include an educational component by launching an award-winning CEU website and online journal, RecoveryView.
In 2011, Josie was appointed as CEO of Oregon’s Astoria Pointe. Seeing first-hand that women CEO’s in the behavioral health care field needed a place for support and advisement, she helped found the Women’s CEO Global Alliance.
Harnessing her knowledge and passion for running high-quality treatment centers, Josie launched her own outpatient treatment center in 2013, Addiction Therapeutic Services.
Josie now sits on the Board of Directors of the Addiction Treatment Advocacy Coalition ATAC, expanding her leadership to include industry and political advocacy along with national speaking.
Zachary is the CEO & Co-Founder of Proof in Recovery which is developing technological solutions to improve care, prove outcomes, and reduce costs for those suffering from substance use and eating disorders. He also volunteers his time as a board member for the Addiction Treatment Advocacy Coalition to ensure patients have access to the care they need.
Previously, Zachary served as a consult at Health Care Service Corporation, the parent company of the second largest BlueCross BlueShield group. During his tenor, he coordinated with leadership from multiple departments to develop and deliver cohesive, accurate analytics and reporting to demonstrate the value BlueCross BlueShield’s networks and products; these insights ensured clients were able to offer their employees cost effective, quality insurance products. Specifically, Zachary championed the development and automation of smart/tiered network, specialty pharmacy, and reference-based pricing analytics.
In addition to providing traditional actuarial consulting services for fortune 500, hospital, and governmental accounts during his years with Mercer, Zachary led network evaluation and on-site clinic teams. He was also heavily involved in the analyst mentorship program and led Mercer’s proprietary tools training for all mid-west new-hires.
Mr. Salyer is a founder, board of director’s member, President and CEO. He has twenty years of experience in business formation, growth and management related to Healthcare Services, Inc., which provides detoxification, residential, partial hospitalization program and intensive outpatient addiction rehabilitation services for male and female parolees for the California Department of Corrections and private pay clients and twenty years of experience in the private practice of law in Orange County, specializing in criminal law, domestic law, real estate, business and trial litigation. Always giving, Mr. Salyer serves on the board of directors or governors for eight organizations. Tim’s numerous memberships span from the professional, as a member of the California State Bar Association and Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, to the philanthropic, as a Founding Board Member and President of BBC Admiralty, a fund-raising adjunct of Children’s Hospital of Orange County.