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Porter-Starke Services names Burden as its new president/CEO

Written by Chronicle Staff. Posted in Community News & People in the News

Published on November 29, 2017 with No Comments

The board of directors of Porter-Starke Services has  announce that Dr. Matthew J. Burden has accepted the position of president/CEO, effective Dec. 29, 2017.

Burden, who has an extensive academic background in psychology and cognitive neuroscience research related to public health matters, has many years of executive experience in community mental health, serving as executive director/CEO at Swanson Center since 2009.  He also currently serves as a board member for the Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers.

“I’m honored and excited to accept this position and will work to build upon the positive legacy the organization has established,” said Burden. “With comprehensive inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services as well as primary care, Porter-Starke Services is well-positioned to continue to provide high-quality healthcare services to the residents of Northwest Indiana. I’m very pleased to be given this opportunity to lead the organization into the future.”

Current President/CEO Rocco Schiralli will remain with Porter-Starke as chief strategy officer and take a leadership role in strategic planning for the organization.

“Porter-Starke Services and Swanson Center have been great partners on many initiatives through the years, thanks to Rocky and the team at Porter-Starke,” said Burden. “We look forward to continuing to collaborate on key regional initiatives.”

Prior to taking his previous position, Burden was an assistant professor of research in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. He has a M.A and Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Loyola University Chicago.

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