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About Foundations Events

Foundations Events is constantly seeking to add value to the treatment and behavioral healthcare community, and one way we do this is through hosting engaging and entertaining conferences. We have hosted over 48 national conferences and have earned a reputation as the leader in behavioral healthcare events.

Each year we offer multiple, nationwide, conferences that focus on providing the latest information on treatment methods. Our conferences are widely known and respected in the behavioral health industry for education and networking opportunities. Experts from all over the country provide unique workshops and keynote presentations on a variety of treatment subjects. Typically, conference attendees have a chance to earn up to 21-24 hours of CE/CME credit, as well as a Professionals Certificate in Behavioral Healthcare only available through our events.

 

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Meet the Team


The faces behind the events

Foundations Events puts on behavioral health events with the goal of educating treatment professionals so that they can save more lives and help more people. But our events have faces and names behind them. Specifically, there’s a dynamic duo working behind the scenes to make your conference experience spectacular, and we wanted to have them tell you what Foundations Events is about in their own words.

Kim Fuller is our Senior Conference Manager, and Jordan Young is our Events Sales Manager. If you haven’t met them, you should—and you will. They are tireless, warm, persistent people who care deeply about making sure that our events serve the people who sponsor, exhibit and attend.


Jordan Young

Jordan Young

Event Sales Manager

Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, Jordan moved to Nashville, Tennessee, when he was seven years old. A graduate from Belmont University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Jordan focused his studies on management, marketing and entrepreneurship. Foundations Recovery Network welcomed Jordan to the team in 2010 where he initially began working with addicted individuals and their families. Jordan helped over 5,000 individuals find appropriate treatment programs before assuming the role of conference sales coordinator. He has contributed to the success of Foundations Events by forming personal connections with speakers, sponsors and participants.


Ben Hamilton

Conference Graphic Designer

Ben Hamilton joined the Foundations Events team in late 2016 as a graphic designer. He was raised in the mountains of Denver, CO before moving to Tennessee to attend Union University. While there, he worked as a marketing intern for Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in digital media, Ben moved to the Nashville area and worked for two years at an advertising agency with clients in industries including healthcare, higher education, tourism, entertainment and food service. When Ben isn’t in the office, he enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, designing typefaces and hunting for the next best coffeeshop.


Lauren Lee

Registration Coordinator

The newest addition to the Foundations Events team, Lauren Lee came on board in August 2017 as the registration coordinator. In this new role, she will be coordinating and supporting the registration process and sponsors for the national conferences. Lauren is a Nashville native who graduated from Tennessee State University in 2012 with a master’s degree in social work. She brings to the position a background in program and event management through her work with different nonprofits throughout Nashville. For the last few years, Lauren has worked planning continuing education events for lawyers across the state of Tennessee. During this time, she discovered her love for event planning and training, and she is currently pursuing a second graduate degree in training and organizational development through Middle Tennessee State University.

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