As the Marketing and Communications Manager, Boyce oversees organizational messaging and brand strategy. She also directs all promotional and educational campaigns. Boyce is the point of contact for all public relations and external communications requests and helps to research and strategize business partnerships, additional service areas and growth opportunities. Boyce comes to InSight with a background in public relations, online media and social entrepreneurship. She is passionate about the importance of increasing national access to behavioral health care and strives to tell InSight’s story in an exciting and informative way.
Bradford Tucker joined InSight in summer 2015. As the business development coordinator, Tucker oversees a wide variety of marketing and sales initiatives including advertising, analytics and strategy. Tucker comes to InSight with a diverse background including data analysis, sales and marketing and more than 8 years of sign language interpreting. Bradford received his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration in 2013 from Towson University.
Mae Corbin plays multiple roles supporting the Inpathy team in communications, research and customer service. Through market research and analysis, Corbin plays an integral role in ensuring the Inpathy team understands the national climate for telebehavioral health and is well-prepared to offer high quality services to providers, consumers and healthcare organizations. Corbin also supports the day-to-day communication needs of managing the Inpathy platform through care navigation services and provider marketing support. Corbin joins the Inpathy team with a background in marketing and sales strategy and a strong passion for improving the healthcare system through increased access to care via technology.
As a marketing associate, Diane Sinclair supports the marketing initiatives of the administrative and clinical recruitment teams, medical affairs, and the provider onboarding and engagement teams. This support includes the development and refinement of content, engagement and strategic initiatives. Diane comes to InSight with a background in strategic communications, marketing and psychology. She believes that connecting with people begins with a positive attitude and emphasizes this attitude with her work at InSight.
As the education associate, Sutton creates and coordinates presentations for speaking engagements including webinars, conferences and grand rounds. In addition, she supports the Continuing Education Committee by facilitating meetings, assisting with CME and CEU accreditation and creating training courses for providers new to telebehavioral health. Sutton joins InSight with a background in psychology and health & human services. She has a great passion for behavioral health and educating others about increasing access to care via technology.
As the Partner Communications Associate, Zach contributes to a variety of marketing initiatives including partner engagement, development and dissemination of promotional materials, and communications strategy. Zach received his Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communication in 2015 from American University. Zach comes to InSight with a background in Healthcare Communications and Marketing. He believes increasing access to quality care is a hallmark of better healthcare outcomes for all Americans, especially the most vulnerable.
As the Marketing and Communications Assistant, Stephanie Clark supports several functions of InSight‘s marketing team. She maintains the organization’s social media accounts, curates and tracks monthly newsletters for several defined audiences, and assists with various projects and campaigns. In addition, she oversees InSight’s conference planning initiatives. Stephanie comes to InSight with a background in the pharmaceutical industry and alternative medicine. With an autistic brother, behavioral health holds a special place in her heart, and she is dedicated to decreasing its stigma.