A deeply experienced Human Services management professional degreed in Psychology, and Certified Behavior Analyst with more than 35 years of executive management experience and diverse hands-on experience in organizational management, community services program design and development for Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities.
Experienced Human Services management professional with 34 years of executive management professional experienced in organizational management, program design, Supported Living, Life Coaching, community services program design and development for Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities.
Dr. Pradeep Arora, M.D. serves as our Medical Director and is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. He provides psychiatric services to children, adolescents, adults and elders. Dr. Arora has been practicing for over 35 years, coming to Jacksonville in 2001. He is affiliated with Baptist Medical Center, St. Vincent’s Medical Center, UF Health Jacksonville, and has served as Medical Director for many programs across Northeast Florida.
Dawn has been the Director of Finance and Administration at Quality Life Center for several years. She brings over 25 years of banking and finance experience along with her, and has a burning passion for all things business. Dawn has managed several companies throughout her career, including one of her own. She is heavily involved in the community, where she has volunteered over 5,000 hours, served as Vice-President for Business Networking International, and is a member of Kiwanis. It is an honor to have Dawn as part of the Quality Life Center team.
Amy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Qualified Supervisor for Registered Mental Health Counselor Interns in the State of Florida. She has recently joined the leadership team at Quality Life Center, and has worked in the Mental Health field for more than a decade. Amy’s experience has been primarily focused on Community Mental Health in the northeastern region of Florida. She has gained invaluable experience working with diverse populations, which she feels has enhanced her ability to assess the needs of her clients and staff. Amy has worked with many community partners, including the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office, to educate and train staff members on how to support the individuals they serve with their respective mental illnesses.