Zoe Frantz, MBA is CEO of The Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Inc.
Ms. Frantz has worked in mental health for 20 years. For the last three years, she has worked at Valley Oaks with her most recent title being Chief Strategy Officer. She received her bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Brockport and her MBA from Indiana Wesleyan. She currently serves as a Board Member and Advisory Chair of Mental Health America of Wabash Valley Region. Ms. Frantz chairs the North Central Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Legislative Group. She also chairs the Public Policy Advocacy Committee for the Mental Health Care Forum and sits on the Prevention Subcommittee for the Tippecanoe Resiliency Taskforce. She sits on the Indiana Behavioral Health Commission Workforce Committee and on the Indiana Behavioral Health Transformation Coalition. She is a Brand Ambassador for the Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce. You might also be familiar with her involvement as a member of the Indiana Council Public Policy Committee.
Working in mental health and substance abuse has been her lifelong career passion and she has seen firsthand treatment work and save lives. Through her work in the local community and statewide, she has won a number of awards. Most recently, she was named Tippecanoe County Recovery Advocate of the Year.
Ms. Frantz resides in West Lafayette with her husband, two kids, and a slew of animals. She enjoys spending her free time co-chairing the Klondike Middle School Parent Teacher Organization and is actively involved in her kids dance and sports hobbies.