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Christopher M. Barnett

CEO, ICBD Holdings LLC
College of Public Health

Biography

Christopher Barnett is the quintessential American entrepreneur, having launched multiple enterprises with favorable outcomes since the age of 18. Mr. Barnett is currently the CEO of ICBD Holdings LLC, which controls and manages assets in behavioral healthcare, medical billing, public adjusting, and advertising spaces. In his current asset group, Mr. Barnett was instrumental in the formation and launch of GateHouse Treatment as a sizeable behavioral healthcare treatment center in Nashua, NH. GateHouse and its related companies would later be the cornerstone of the ICBD Holdings management company. 

By applying a process-rich and data-centric business approach, Mr. Barnett has led the charge in building assets that both serve the community and produce profitability. By setting a vision and applying years of refined general business acumen, Mr. Barnett and his current team have been able to create successful assets in the medical billing, behavioral healthcare, physician group, advertising, public adjusting and professional services/management spaces. 

Mr. Barnett’s entrepreneurial spirit spawned several companies within the real estate, healthcare, public adjusting and advertising spaces. He has been a licensed real estate broker, certified general contractor and a licensed mortgage broker. By focusing on talent acquisition, talent retention and building an environment with a shared common vision amongst team members, Mr. Barnett’s organizations have been fortunate enough to sustain exponential growth in both expanding and contracting economic cycles. 

Mr. Barnett holds a JD from Nova Southeastern University Law and a BA in Political Science from Temple University. In his personal life, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends while boating, golfing and traveling. As giving back to the community is of paramount importance to Mr. Barnett, he is a member on the Board of Visitors for the College of Public Health at Temple University, and he also supports multiple charities such as Boys and Girls Club of Broward County and The Partnership for a Drug-Free Community of South Florida.