Bill Henricks — CEO of the Year Finalist

With a Ph.D. in psychology and a master’s in business administration, Henricks has dedicated his professional life to behavioral health care, driving new business development, operations management, and innovation at top national organizations. 
Bill Henricks

Colorado is full of devoted entrepreneurs, business leaders and tech-savvy visionaries who are constantly taking the business world to new heights. It’s no secret that here, at ColoradoBiz, we love the Colorado business community. That’s why, every year, we spotlight the most impressive CEOs throughout our Centennial state and give credit where credit is due — to the forward-thinking minds constantly chasing the next great idea and upholding their business practices to the most purposeful ideals. We’re proud to introduce our finalists for CoBiz’s prestigious 2022 CEO of the Year award.

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Bill Henricks  
President & CEO, AllHealth Network  
Englewood

As president and CEO of AllHealth Network, Bill Henricks, 59, oversees the executive team and the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. He was appointed by and reports directly to the AllHealth Network board of directors. AllHealth Network is a nonprofit mental health organization providing counseling, psychiatry, crisis services, substance use treatment, and more.

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In addition to his leadership at AllHealth Network, Henricks contributes to the broader effort for community mental health and substance use recovery. He is currently serving as the president of the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council (an organization of 17 companies across Colorado) and is on the board of directors for Signal Behavioral Health. 

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Henricks’ leadership at AllHealth Network was pivotal to ensuring the continuation of mental health services. He led a rapid implementation of Covid-19 protocols, moving from 5% telehealth services to 95% in two weeks. AllHealth Network grew from a $30 million to a $70 million organization under Henricks’ leadership, and it was able to meet the doubled demand for mental health care and remain on budget. 

With a Ph.D. in psychology and a master’s in business administration, Henricks has dedicated his professional life to behavioral health care, driving new business development, operations management, and innovation at top national organizations. 

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