CentralReach names Pappas chief legal & compliance officer
NJBIZ - 9/9/2019
Matawan-based CentralReach, a provider of electronic health record (EHR) and practice management solutions that enables clinicians and educators to produce outcomes for people with autism and other behavioral disorders, announced the addition of Perry Pappas as senior vice president, chief legal and compliance officer to its leadership team.
Pappas brings more than 25 years of experience to CentralReach and will spearhead and oversee all corporate compliance and legal efforts to support the company’s growing operations. These efforts include mergers and acquisitions, regulatory compliance, securities, commercial contracts, licensing, technology transactions, corporate governance and more.
“I am very excited to welcome Perry to the leadership team and the CentralReach family,” said CentralReach Chief Executive Officer Chris Sullens. “As our organization and the ABA industry at large enters its next phase of growth, we are committed to helping our clients shape and conform to the changing compliance landscape. Bringing in someone of Perry’s caliber and experience demonstrates the level of investment we are making to fulfill this commitment. Additionally, his vast experience in M&A will enable him to play a critical role in the expansion of our market share through strategic acquisitions.”
Prior to joining CentralReach, Pappas was senior vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer of WorkWave. In addition, Pappas was a partner in the law firms of Morrison Cohen LLP and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP.
CREDIT: Anthony Vecchione
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