Co-founder and CEO
Trevor Colhoun is the CEO and co-founder of Trusted Provider Network (TPN.health), a professional networking platform specifically designed for licensed clinicians and vetted treatment providers to confidently navigate the business of behavioral health.
Trevor joined as a co-founder in October 2018 with a simple goal: Improving behavioral health outcomes by leveraging technology and prioritizing clinically matched care. Today, TPN.health is now one of the largest and fastest-growing behavioral networks in the country.
Trevor’s passion for improving the effectiveness of organizations and the lives of people is a theme that underscores his career and his personal life. As a private equity investor and business leader, Trevor has led restructurings and turnarounds of both public and private companies including most recently Nexsan, a data storage business (now StorCentric).
In addition, he has served on numerous philanthropic boards that focus on developing our nation’s youth including The Millbrook School in New York and SBP – a national advocate for systems improvement in disaster recovery. He is also a passionate supporter of Son of Saint in New Orleans.
With TPN.health, Trevor sees the potential of a mission-focused company striving to restructure an industry struggling to use modern technology. Growing up in Connecticut, going to school at the University of Oregon and now living in New Orleans, has propelled him to envision a company that has national scope and seeks to impact the lives of millions of people. Through his experience in capital markets, corporate stewardship, and organizational leadership Trevor is leading TPN.health and the behavioral health industry into the future.
Co-Founder and Executive
Christopher co-founded TPN with Felicia Kleinpeter and is responsible for its initial success and growth. Christopher has worked for over two decades in substance abuse and mental health treatment and advocacy. Christopher served many years in the military and his experiences there led him to mental health advocacy. Upon his return from the Middle East, he was instrumental in the passing of the Clay Hunt Act, helping veterans with suicide prevention. He has a Masters’s in Social Work and is a person in long-term recovery. He is the Co-Founder of Trusted Provider Network, is on the Tulane Parents Council, National Campaign Council, Tulane School of Social Work Addiction Studies, and Brain Institute boards.
Christopher has worked for over two decades in substance abuse and mental health treatment and advocacy. He is the Co-Founder of Trusted Provider Network, is on the Tulane Parents Council, National Campaign Council, Tulane School of Social Work Addiction Studies, and Brain Institute boards.
Director of Marketing
Abigail brings years of experience in e-commerce, technology, and retail industries. She is highly adaptable, with experience in strategy development, acquisition & retention, paid acquisition, project management & search engine optimization. Her experience includes e-commerce and digital marketing strategy. Abigail was raised in Marin County, CA, and studied Art History at Southern Methodist University.
Aline Adams Fusco is a Product Manager at TPN focused on managing the engineering team, process, and digital product. A graduate of the University of Georgia in 2011, Aline started her career at a public affairs firm in Washington, DC before moving home to New Orleans to work at an advertising agency. In 2015, she completed a yoga teaching training, backpacked through Southeast Asia, then attended a coding boot camp. Since 2016, she has been working at tech startups in project/product management and marketing roles in New Orleans and Chicago; most recently at Revelry. Aline got married on Halloween 2020 and has a Goldendoodle pup named Otis.
Brittany Hunt, LCSW
Clinical Oversight Specialist
Brittany Hunt, LCSW
Brittany Hunt is a licensed clinical social worker originally from Rhode Island. After graduating from Vassar College in 2012, she moved to New Orleans and began working in the anti-sexual violence and reproductive justice movements. She loves reading, throwing dinner parties, and karaoke.
Chief Product Officer
A graduate of the University of Alabama, Colin began his career as a support representative for a Healthcare company. Eventually, he moved into a role as a product manager, where he began feeling the itch to learn to write code. After several years as a Product Manager turned developer learning all tech industry roles, he moved back to the product side full time. Colin began working with TPN as a consultant in the early days of the company, and it was a natural transition to becoming the CPO already knowing the ins and outs of the people and the process.
Taking a journeyman’s path from customer support to product to programmer and back to product, Colin knows the ins and outs of what it takes to build and run successful product teams. He believes in following and building processes that handle the work for you as much as possible.
Chief Operating Officer
Dick is the former Chairman of Salon Media Group, Intelligent Markets, Inc. (now part of SunGard) and BoardEx (now part of Euromoney). Previously, Dick was Executive Vice President of Bridge Information Systems, a global market data and news company, and the President of EJV Partners. EJV Partners was a joint venture among six large Wall Street firms specializing in fixed income data and trading systems and was acquired by Bridge in 1995. Prior to his involvement in the information technology sector, Dick was a senior executive in the fixed income securities business. He was Executive Vice President and trading manager at Drexel Burnham Lambert Government Securities and held a similar post at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette (DLJ). Dick was also President and CEO of ACLI Commodity Services, a worldwide commodity trading company owned by DLJ. He is a graduate of Bucknell University where he has served as a trustee.
Georgia Smith is a New Orleans-based Event Manager for TPN.health. She attended Loyola University New Orleans and received her Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in Management and Marketing. While planning events for her sorority in college, she fell in love with the process and pursued event planning as a full-time career. She worked in the Events department at Hyatt Regency New Orleans for 2 years before joining the TPN.health team in September 2020. In her spare time, she enjoys being a mom to her plants and her mini dachshund, Cooper.
Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He first encountered programming during middle school during computer class. Since then, he began teaching himself how to build tools to automate tasks and tools that would be helpful for others.
During his free time, you will find him playing video games, tinkering with electronics, or attempting to learn something new to keep him busy. One of his most recent hobbies has been building mechanical keyboards.
User Support Supervisor
Jacqui Farrow is a graduate of Loyola University from Boston, Massachusetts. She is a part of the Support Team, working as a Support Supervisor here at TPN.health. During her time at Loyola, Jacqui served as Director of Public Relations at the Donnelley Center for Non-profit communications, the only student run non-profit communications agency in the nation that works exclusively with other non-profits. Jacqui also loves music and is classically trained on the viola and violin. She is currently a member of the New Orleans Civic Symphony, a non-profit community orchestra. She loves working for her community and uses her love to help others in her position as User Support Supervisor.
John has been building things on the internet for over 2 decades. He found WordPress in the summer of 2003 and has been fully immersed in it ever since. John was the organizer of the first WordCamp conference in Las Vegas in 2009 and has been involved with organizing it (almost) every year since. John has a passion for teaching others to use WordPress. He founded and organizes the monthly Las Vegas WordPress meetup where he’s a frequent presenter and has traveled the country speaking at WordPress conferences from coast-to-coast.
Josh is a native New Orleanian who went from building legos, to building computers, and ultimately to building software. He enjoys the process of taking an idea and turning it into reality. Prior to joining TPN he has spent time working in a variety of tech environments, including early stage startups and large international companies. Outside of work Josh enjoys the typical New Orleans activities. Jazz Fest and other local festivals being a favorite.
Clinical Engagement Director
After earning an undergraduate degree in Studio Photography, Mark spent his time working in the non-profit world where he became interested in mental health and its underlying effect on the youth of New Orleans. While pursuing his Masters in Social Work, he built two social enterprises to create employment opportunities for previously incarcerated youth while specializing in adolescent suicidality. He hopes to continue TPN’s goal of incorporating new and innovative technology to allow the mental health field to thrive in a digital world where access can be unlimited. Mark is from Baton Rouge, LA and has lived in Mid City, New Orleans for the past 10 years. He is a lover of all things technology, rock climbing, and motorcycles.
Social Media & Content Coordinator
Mia Fenice is a Loyola University New Orleans recent graduate native to Miami, Florida, and is fluent in both English & Spanish. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Advertising and a minor in Political Science. Mia is the Social Media and Content Coordinator here at Trusted Provider Network. She creates marketing materials for workshops and conferences we host. She enjoys the cross-department collaborating at TPN.Health and is always eager to learn new skills and grow professionally. Mia is very grateful to be a part of a company that is helping to grow the behavioral health community and connecting clinicians to one another.
Ryan was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He always had an interest in art and design and studied Graphic Design in college. He worked in the service industry while moonlighting as a freelance graphic designer for multiple local businesses. After opening and running his own food truck, he decided to attend Operation Spark to develop stronger coding knowledge. When not working you can catch him attending local music shows, or attending Pelicans and Saints games.
Sophia is a New Orleans native who graduated from LSU with a degree in Psychology. Soon after graduating, she moved to Silicon Valley and worked as a behavior technician. Surrounded by tech start ups and Google cars, she developed a fascination with tech. After moving back home to New Orleans, she learned how to code through online resources and attending classes at Tech Talent South. This led her to an apprenticeship at Revelry Labs where she was assigned to work on the TPN team, and having a background in the mental health field, she knew being a developer at TPN was meant to be. When she’s not developing, catch her outside climbing rocks or paddling through the bayou.
User Support Provider
Tonie is native of Bayou Lafourche who made New Orleans her home in 2017 to continue her studies in Advertising and Public Relations. Along with being a full-time student, Tonie began her career as a User Support Provider here at TPN.health. On her free time, she loves cooking for her friends and family, dressing up, and finding new ways to adapt her Cajun heritage to city life.
Clinical Oversight Specialist
Asia is a clinical oversight specialist originally from Texas but she now considers New Orleans home. She is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana with a degree in public health sciences, and will soon be a graduate student. After graduating she taught high school biology and then ventured into the public health field. She loves all things public and mental health, with a strong passion for mental health advocacy and reproductive justice. In her free time, she can be found with her family or working on a DIY project.