Kimberly Bond brings over thirty years of experience providing behavioral health treatment in the public and community settings to the OPEN MINDS team. She currently serves as the Executive Vice President of Business Development and Marketing. In this role, Ms. Bond focuses on growing the OPEN MINDS client portfolio across all eleven verticals of OPEN MINDS business.
Prior to joining OPEN MINDS, Ms. Bond served concurrently as a Program Coordinator III and Clinical Manager of Adult Services and a Program Coordinator II and Clinical Manager of Recovery Services for the Ozark Guidance Center. In these roles, Ms. Bond was responsible for the administrative and clinical oversight of the adult outpatient and adult intensive mental health services on the Springdale Campus and the adult recovery/co-occurring services, including domestic violence and anger management treatment as well as treatment services for Drug Court.
Prior to joining the Ozark Guidance Center, Ms. Bond served as the Executive Vice President of Center Point, Inc. In this role, Ms. Bond was responsible for the clinical and administrative supervision of all Marin County community-based programs and the women and children residential program in Sacramento, California. In addition, Bond also managed the budget, interacted with funding agencies, and built positive relationships with all stakeholders. Bond was also in charge of proposal and grant writing, staff management, and training. Ms. Bond also ensured that all the facilities’ licenses and certifications renewed, and she prepared and submitted monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports to various funders.
Previously, Ms. Bond served as the President and CEO of Mental Health Systems, Inc. During her tenure, Mental Health Systems (MHS) grew to be one of the largest providers of behavioral health services in California. In this role, Bond was responsible for the strategic, clinical, financial, and administrative health of the agency, including direct supervision of Senior Executive Staff. In addition, Bond ensured contract compliance of the agency’s one-hundred and twenty-five different contracts across federal and state agencies and eight counties.