School Behavioral Health Pioneer Adds Two Seasoned Public Education Leaders to Growing Team
Former Sausalito Marin City Superintendent Will McCoy and award-winning director and educator Jackson himself Join Invo Healthcare as Demand for Behavioral Health Services in Districts Continues to Rise
TAMPA, Florida., July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Invo Healthcare, the nation’s largest and most respected provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), behavioral health and related therapy services, today announced the appointment of two leaders experienced educators on its senior team as a growing number of districts have turned to Invo for help in addressing pressing student behavioral and mental health challenges.
Will McCoy will serve as Vice President of Strategic Partnership Development and Jackson himself will serve as Senior Director of Strategic Partnership Development.
“From bullying to truancy to anxiety, educators are working to effectively address student behavior and mental health issues that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said the President and CEO of Invo Healthcare. Matt Stringer. “Will and Jackson bring both their experience and their commitment to helping school and district leaders solve their most pressing issues. They bring more than two decades of public education experience to us at a time when we are faced with a growing demand for support from schools, students, and families.”
McCoy was previously superintendent of the Sausalito Marin City School District and the Red Bluff Union Elementary School District. Named one of America’s Top 100 Superintendents, McCoy was recognized by the White House as a “Champion of Change” for his work to ensure equity for all students around the world. California. McCoy also served as CEO of the non-profit organization No Bully, which works to eradicate bullying in schools around the world.
“As a former teacher and superintendent, I know the challenges of providing students with the behavioral services they need to thrive in the classroom and in life; the needs of students have never been greater,” said said McCoy. “I am thrilled to have this opportunity to help schools and districts tap into the vast resources and expertise developed by the Invo team.”
McCoy is joined by Jackson himself, a former teacher and principal who brings deep classroom experience to Invo’s partners. A seasoned education executive, Self is a board member and charter director of the Florida League of Middle Schools. He is also an active member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, International Literacy Association, Association for Middle Level Education.
“This role represents the perfect opportunity for me to help schools meet this time of need for students,” Self said. “I look forward to working with educators to ensure their students receive the specialist support they need now more than ever.”
About Invo Health
Invo Healthcare is the leading national provider of community and school-based behavioral health services for children nationwide. Operating in 27 states, Invo serves more than 70,000 children each year in the areas of applied behavior analysis (ABA), behavioral and mental health services, speech and language, occupational therapy, physical therapy , social work, psychology and other services. Invo is headquartered in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with additional corporate campuses in Tampa, Florida and Northbrook, IL. With over 2,500 highly skilled and trained clinicians across the country, Invo passionately generates superior results with its proprietary programs. For more information, visit www.invocompanies.com
SOURCE Invo Health