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Showcase design jury.

The Behavioral Healthcare Executive team would like to thank our five distinguished panelists:

Hilary Bales-Morales, AIA, ACHA, EDAC Page

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As a senior designer and healthcare planning specialist with Page, Bales-Morales works closely with clinicians, patients and family members in creating unique healing environments. Drawing from the latest techniques in evidence-based design, best clinical practice, LEED, and Planetree principles, she actively leads planning and design efforts on a variety of healthcare projects. She received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University with a minor in business. Registered to practice architecture in Texas, she is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), is accredited through the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) and has received her Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC).

Brenda Jentink, IIDA, EDAC, NCIDQ PFB Architects

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Jentink is a Registered Interior Designer with more than 20 years of healthcare experience. She is a professional member of IIDA, an affiliate member of the Center for Healthcare Design, and a new member of the Caritas Project, a professional learning collaborative. She is an adjunct faculty member with William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, III., and a fulltime employee with PFB Architects, LLC. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Jentink participated in countless projects, many of which have been published. In the past 1 3 years, working with PFB, she continues to work in healthcare and has grown to specialize in the planning and design of behavioral health and memory care.

Karl Lazar Bridges of Hope, Director of Operations

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Lazar graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in legal studies and a double minor in psychology and criminal justice. He became a licensed health and life insurance agent in 2009 and owned and operated an insurance agency before stepping into the behavioral health industry. In 201 1, Lazar started working in the substance use treatment field as a technician and moved his way up to later open and license three substance abuse treatment centers in Florida before moving to" Indiana and spearheading the Bridges of Hope, LLC Project.

Jennifer M. Satterfield, IIDA, ASID, LEED AP ID+C, EDAC ESa

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Satterfield joined ESa in 2001 and has served as an interior designer for a wide range of healthcare projects nationwide, in which she is involved from the schematic phase and design development through the installation phase. Her responsibilities include, space planning, finish and furniture specification and signage. Satterfield's expertise includes Building Information Modeling in the design process utilizing Revit Architecture on various projects. She earned a bachelor's degree in Interior Design from O'More College of Design, Franklin, Tenn. (1992), and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Carson Newman College, Jefferson City, Tenn.

Cameron Shantz, OAA, SAA, NCARB, Intl. Assoc. AIA Parkin Architects Limited

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Through his 25 years of healthcare planning and project delivery, Shantz has developed expertise with healthcare environments ranging from citywide health service delivery and hospital master plans to replacement hospitals and renovation projects. He has specialized in cardiac care, surgical and imaging environments as well as mental health facilities. Additionally, he is Lean healthcare certified and a member of the Canadian Standards Association Technical Committee on Perioperative Safety. Recently he has been project team lead and clinical planner for a number of new hospital projects delivered as public private partnerships.

Behavioral Healthcare Executive Design Showcase projects are chosen for inclusion by a jury of behavioral health and architectural/design professionals, based on a rigorous review of detailed submissions that discuss innovation, community collaboration, aesthetics, operational performance, and other key factors that support each firm's photos and floor plans. Firms pay a small entry fee for consideration, and those that are accepted have the option to pay an additional publication fee based on the number of pages they wish to allocate to present their project in this issue. The project pages are not vetted by the editors of Behavioral Healthcare Executive. Projects not accepted by the jury through the scoring process are not published.
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