CNS Announces the Appointment of Lindsay Ashley to CFO | David Harrington Appointed to BIAA

CNS Announces the Appointment of Lindsay Ashley to CFO | David Harrington Appointed to BIAA

Centre for Neuro Skills Announces the Appointment of Lindsay Ashley to CFO

CNS’ David Harrington Recently Appointed to Brain Injury Association of America

 

Bakersfield, Calif. (April 27, 2020) – Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS), a premier provider of traumatic and acquired brain injury rehabilitation services (headquartered in Bakersfield), today announced the appointment of Lindsay Ashley to Chief Financial Officer.

"We are thrilled Lindsay is assuming this new role as we continue to deliver high-quality, individualized treatment to patients recovering from brain injury," said Mark Ashley, founder and CEO of Centre for Neuro Skills. “For more than a decade Lindsay has applied her depth of financial expertise to CNS, contributing to CNS’ overall growth. Her experience is especially critical at a time when we’re highly focused on delivering innovative, remote care to our patients via telehealth modalities during the pandemic.”

During Lindsay’s 12-year tenure at CNS, she has earned increasing levels of responsibility since starting as an assistant controller in 2008. Lindsay holds a bachelor’s degree in business economics from UCLA, a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Virginia and is a licensed CPA.

Lindsay will assume the daily responsibilities of Kevin Manion as CFO, who will remain active at CNS in an advisory capacity through the end of 2020.

Additionally, David Harrington, President and Chief Operating Officer of Centre for Neuro Skills, was recently appointed to the board of the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA). “I’m pleased to join the board of the BIAA as there's incredible alignment with CNS' mission as well as my deep commitment to heightening awareness of brain injury and improving the efficacy and quality of brain injury rehabilitation,” said David Harrington.

David has worked in the field of post-acute brain injury rehabilitation since 1993 with career positions including therapist, clinical case manager, quality manager and director of operations. Additionally, he is a Registered and Licensed Occupational Therapist with advanced practice in hand therapy and physical agent modalities. David is also a member of the Kern County Concussion Consortiu