Ray Tamasi

President, Gosnold on Cape Cod

Mr. Tamasi has over 40 years of experience managing treatment, intervention, and prevention services.  For 25 of those years he was Gosnold’s President/CEO and during his tenure Gosnold developed an array of clinical services that merited national recognition.  In 2017 Mr. Tamasi transitioned operational responsibility to his successor.  He is currently the President and Founder of the Gosnold Innovation Center, focusing on the development of innovative approaches for addiction treatment, prevention, and medical integration.

 

Mr. Tamasi has been recognized nationally and is a frequent speaker on issues of policy and the redefining of the addiction treatment and prevention system.  Mr. Tamasi was a member of Governor Charlie Baker’s Opioid Working Group and in 2017, the Governor appointed him to the Special Commission on Behavioral Health and Prevention. 

 

Mr. Tamasi is the 2015 recipient of the National Council on Behavioral Health’s Visionary Leadership award.  In 2016 he was named a Behavioral Health Champion by the National Council on Addictive Disorders and received the Father Martin Award for Professional Excellence.  He was recently named a recipient of the 2017 Massachusetts Health Council Award.

 

He is a member of the Executive Board of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers and a board member with the Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Health Healthcare.  He is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment, the Cape Cod Hospital Board of Incorporators, and the Association for Behavioral Health.  Mr. Tamasi has a Bachelor's of Arts in Economics and a Masters of Education with a concentration in Counseling and Healthcare Administration.

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Paid for by Frm. Rep. Jim Cantwell, Frm. House Chair of the Special Commission