Dr. Adrienne Lindsey, C-STAT Director

Adrienne Lindsey, MA, DBH

C-STAT Director

 

Adrienne Lindsey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UT Health’s Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine. Dr. Lindsey is clinically trained in integrated behavioral health and specializes in interprofessional workforce development in substance use disorders (SUD) treatment. She has 15 years of experience in higher education, liaising with community partners to implement evidence-based addiction practices.  Lindsey has served as principal investigator of numerous federal training grants and state contracts in the area of opioid use disorders.

In her spare time, Dr. Lindsey enjoys hiking, photography, and fossil hunting.

Elizabeth Martinez

Special Events Planner

 

Elizabeth (“Liz”) is the Special Events Planner who leverages over 10 years of hands-on experience, marked by success in marketing, planning, coordinating, and executing expansive community and educational events. Liz serves as the primary liaison for the planning and execution of C-STAT’s special events, such as the Texas Substance Use Symposium (TxSUS) and other distinguished events for Be Well Texas.

Liz enjoys her time creating joyous moments with her husband and three children.

Brittney Mullin, Senior Community Outreach Coordinator

Brittney Mullin, MS

Senior Community Outreach Coordinator

 

Brittney currently serves as the Sr. Community Outreach Coordinator for Be Well, Texas at UT Health San Antonio. She has worked in human and social services for the past 5 years, with an extensive background in community outreach, building relationships with high-level stakeholders, and recruitment for substance use clinical trials.

In her free time, Brittney finds joy in spending time with her family and friends and eating good food at local restaurants!

Brittney can be reached at mullinb@uthscsa.edu.

Andrea Hebeler

ECHO Coordinator

 

As a project coordinator for C-STAT, Andrea serves as the primary liaison for organizing each ECHO session, ensuring each session runs smoothly by establishing project timelines, preparing session materials, communicating with presenters, and providing program feedback.

Jazmin Vidal, MBA

ECHO Coordinator

 

Jazmin Vidal serves as a project coordinator for C-STAT. Jazmin serves as the primary liaison for organizing each ECHO session, ensuring each session runs smoothly by establishing project timelines, preparing session materials, communicating with presenters, and providing program feedback.

She brings five years of experience in community health addressing health challenges and needs in underserved communities. As a lifelong learner, Jazmin is committed to continuously staying informed on emerging trends and evidence-based practices.

Jazmin is an indoor cycling enthusiast who believes the only bad workout is the one that didn’t happen.

Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH

Be Well Texas Executive Director

 

Dr. Potter joined the UT Health San Antonio faculty in 2008 after serving at Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. In 2012, she was promoted to assistant dean and then vice dean for research for the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, where she served until June of 2021. Dr. Potter now serves as the Vice President for Research.

She is an accomplished addiction scientist with a large portfolio of NIH research and public health programs implementing evidence-based treatments statewide. Dr. Potter is a principal investigator with the NIDA Clinical Trials Network.

With funding from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Dr. Potter oversees several statewide, public health initiatives collectively known as Be Well Texas that expand access to compassionate, evidence-based treatment and care for substance use disorders (SUD) throughout Texas. The Be Well Texas portfolio includes: the Be Well Texas Clinic, a statewide, telehealth addiction medicine program; a statewide provider network that delivers SUD treatment and care in outpatient, hospital and community settings; clinical trials of innovative SUD treatments; and RecoveryTexas.org, a recovery-focused, web-based program that offers free, on-demand access to certified peer recovery support specialists.