McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Dr. Glen Davis as the Chief Medical Officer at the Institute for Community Living (ICL). Dr. Davis will provide strong leadership and direction for medical management and clinical operations. He will play a critical role in interacting with clients at different sites and ensuring that medical, clinical, and operational leadership are closely linked.

Prior to joining ICL, Dr. Davis served as the Medical Director for Education + Training at Janian-CUCS, where he oversaw all professional development activities for clinicians and played a key role in the design and implementation of psychiatric services in 70 social services programs across New York City. He also served as the Director of the Opioid Overdose Prevention Program, where he led agency-wide education on overdose response, naloxone distribution, and other grant-funded harm reduction initiatives. Dr. Davis received his M.D. from Cornell University – Weill Medical College, where he was awarded the Richard N. Kohl Prize for excellence in psychiatry. He completed residency training in general psychiatry at Cambridge Health Alliance of Harvard Medical School and Mount Sinai Medical Center. 

ICL is a leading organization that helps children, adults, and families living with serious mental illness, substance use disorders, and developmental disabilities. Their innovative whole health approach addresses not only behavioral and physical health but also social determinants of health such as housing and food security. 

This executive search was completed by McDermott + Bull Partner Sue Waterbury, Executive Recruiter Allison Cox, and Director of Research Josh Nichols.