Pete Mumma brings clinical and executive servant-leadership focus to Phoenix House New England, where he has served as its President & CEO since April 2019.
Before joining Phoenix House national organization in 2017 as its Senior Vice President and New England Regional Executive, Pete served as System Director of Psychiatry, Behavioral Health, Addiction Medicine, and Palliative Care at LifeBridge Health, the largest community hospital network in Maryland. In this role, Pete oversaw the strategic, financial, clinical, operational and executive responsibilities for care and outcomes of the psychiatric, behavioral health and addiction clients served by LifeBridge Health.
Prior to LifeBridge Health, Pete served in several executive leadership positions, including as Administrative Director of the Behavioral Health Service Line at Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Health, and Director of The Oaks Behavioral Heath Hospital within the New Hanover Health Network. Prior to those roles, he held clinical and operational leadership positions within the University of Maryland Medical System during his 15-year tenure there.
Pete holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Goucher College, a Master of Science in applied psychology from the University of Baltimore, and a Master of Business Administration in healthcare management from York College of Pennsylvania.
As a mission-driven lifelong healthcare leader, Pete is highly committed to servant leadership, both at work and at play, and enjoys participating in community-service organizations.