Our Team

Our Staff

Meet the incredible people working day in and day out to improve children’s behavioral and mental health in Colorado.

Meet the Staff

Our Partners

A network of individuals, organizations, and agencies committed to improving children’s behavioral and mental health in Colorado.

Our Partners

Advisory Council

Partners who provide strategic guidance on PCMH’s efforts and initiatives.

Advisory Council

Youth Committee

Colorado youth brought together to advise PCMH as we craft key initiatives related to youth mental health.

Youth Committee

Our Staff

Bruno Anthony PhD Clinical Director pcmh
Evaluation Director

Bruno Anthony, PhD

In addition to his work with PCMH, Bruno is also a clinical psychologist, professor and Chief of Psychology for the Pediatric Mental Health Institute at Children’s Hospital of Colorado. Building on a 5-year NIH Career Development Award in mental health services research, he has focused his research and clinical work on developing family-focused and systemic approaches to identify and help children with behavioral/ developmental challenges and their families within primary care and school settings, including increasing access to quality services for minority populations.
Operations & Project Manager

Tamara Corsi

Tamara (She/Her) serves as the Project Manger for PCMH. Tamara is a graduate from Colorado State University with a degree in Business Administration and concentrations in Marketing and Computer Information Systems. In her free time, Tamara enjoys baking, cycling, and traveling to as many places as she can.
Michelle Crowson Marketing Manager pcmh
Communications & Marketing Director

Michelle Crowson

Michelle leads PCMH’s communications and marketing efforts. A graduate from Virginia Tech (go Hokies!), she spent nearly a decade working in digital marketing at agencies in Washington, D.C. and Singapore before the mountains called her to Denver. When she’s not counting characters on Twitter, you can probably find her trying to pet the nearest dog or planning her next trip to an obscure corner of the world.
Policy Director

Allison Daley

Allison leads PCMH's work create a stronger, more coordinated behavioral health system through stronger, more coordinated advocacy efforts. Prior to joining PCMH, Alli served as an assistant city attorney with the City & County of Denver, litigating mental health and substance use disorder commitments. Alli has a BA from Boston University and a JD from the University of Colorado at Boulder. In her spare time, Alli loves to cook and spend time with her family.
Program Manager

Stephanie De Jesus Ayala, MS, LPCC

Stephanie is a first-generation graduate with her master's in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut hill College in Philadelphia, PA. Stephanie is passionate about increasing access to quality mental health care for racially minoritized youth and families. She has worked in mental health field in various levels of care providing therapeutic services for children, teens, and families. When she is not working, Stephanie can be found hiking or bouldering with her partner, lounging with her pets, or cooking for friends and family.

Reina Doyle, M.P.H

Prior to joining PCMH, Reina had several years of experience conducting public health and social science research across different sectors. Reina has a master’s in public health from Boston University. In her free time, Reina can be found gardening or trying out new recipes.

Jonna Finocchio

Jonna Finocchio (they/them) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Faculty Instructor at the University of Colorado. They received their Master’s degree in Social Services from Bryn Mawr’s School of Social Work and Social Research. Jonna has over 13 years of experience working with gender-diverse youth and families and has received extensive training through the World Professional Association for Transgender Health on the assessment and treatment of gender dysphoria. They are currently a DrPH student at the Colorado School of Public Health with a focus in Community & Behavioral Health. Jonna is committed to improving health equity for the gender-diverse community and has been training on gender competency for over a decade.
Executive Director

Michele Lueck

Michele Lueck is the executive director at Partners for Children’s Mental Health (PCMH). Michele is responsible for PCMH’s overall strategy and efforts to bring evidence-based programs and services to kids throughout Colorado. As part of her role at PCMH, Michele serves as a Senior Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Michele previously served as the President and CEO of the Colorado Health Institute (CHI), where she led a decade of expansion — growing CHI from a $1.5M to a $6M organization. In 2020, she was named Denver Business Journal Most Admired CEO.

Michele currently chairs the Board of Trustees of Adams State University. Serving her second term, she was appointed by Governor Hickenlooper and reappointed by Governor Polis. Michele earned an undergraduate degree from Harvard and a master’s degree from the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Youth Engagement Specialist

David Macias Moreno

David is our Youth Engagement Specialist within the PCMH team. David has a background in managing holistic and well-rounded programing in Colorado focused on education, recreation, physical health, mental health, and overall quality of life of unaccompanied minors who had migrated to the United States. David is passionate about supporting young people in developing their confidence, ingenuity, and leadership skills. David is bilingual (Spanish and English) and values engaging young people from historically underrepresented and marginalized backgrounds in accessing opportunities for growth. Outside of work, David loves dogs and was a dog trainer for several years. On the weekends he is typically hiking with his two rescue dogs or cooking for friends and family.
Physician Consultant

Brian Pitts, MD, FAAP

Brian is a board-certified pediatrician and board-eligible adolescent medicine specialist. He is enthusiastic about the work at PCMH and joined to lend a physician voice to the team. Brian completed his pediatrics training at the University of North Carolina and his adolescent medicine fellowship at the University of Colorado. During training, he focused his scholarly activities on mental health screening quality improvement. In addition to working with PCMH, he serves the Lakewood community as a primary care pediatrician with Rocky Mountain Pediatrics, PC.

Our Partners

Child Welfare Specialists pcmh

Child Welfare Specialists

Community Stakeholders pcmh

Community Stakeholders

Advocacy Organizations pcmh

Advocacy Organizations

Educators pcmh


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Caregivers pcmh


Juvenile Justice Specialists pcmh

Juvenile Justice Specialists

Primary Care Providers pcmh

Primary Care Providers

Mental Health Providers pcmh

Mental Health Providers

Advisory Council

Eileen Barker

Senior Director of Behavioral Health
Colorado Access

Steven Berkowitz

Professor of Child Psychiatry
CU School of Medicine

Colleen Church

Vice President of Programs
Caring for Colorado Foundation

Kippi Clausen

Unfolding Directions, LLC

Heather Craiglow

Director, Head Start Collaboration Office
Office of Early Childhood

Sarah Davidon


Marjorie Grimsley

Interim Director
Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health

Chris Harms

Department of Public Safety, School Safety Resource Center

Lena Heilmann

Youth Suicide Prevention Coordinator
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Office of Suicide Prevention

Amanda Jones

Chief Operation Office
Community Reach Center

Deborah Monaghan

Medical Director
Office of Children, Youth and Families, Colorado Department of Human Services

Susanna Snyder

Maternal Child Health Policy Specialist
Department of Health Care Policy & Financing

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