Chris Perkins Chief Executive Officer

Chris is the Chief Executive Officer for the Calo Lake Ozark campus which is comprised of both Calo Teens and Calo Preteens. Prior to Calo, Chris was the CEO of an acute hospital in Texas. Possessing 25 years of experience in behavioral health, Chris is passionate about the clinical specialization offered by Calo.


Nicole Fuglsang, MA, LPC, NCC Owner, Co-Founder, Vice President of Admissions Operations

Nicole has worked for over 20 years with adolescents and their families as a youth leader, therapist and Admissions Director. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado, and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary. Her graduate focus was in child, adolescent, and family psychotherapy, and course work allowed her to complete all academic requirements for licensure as a Professional Counselor in the State of Missouri. Nicole's clinical experience includes work in community and crisis counseling centers, national youth service and ministry organizations, long-term residential treatment programs, and short-term behavioral health care facilities. In these environments she has provided a broad range of mental health and general support services including individual, group, and family psychotherapy, clinical assessments, treatment planning, case management, and referral services. Her areas of clinical expertise include facilitation of adolescent behavioral interventions, treatment of mood and motivational difficulties, eating disorder treatment and prevention, and family crisis management. Nicole is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. As a trained and experienced clinician, she provides a depth of expertise to inquiring families and referral sources not often found in admissions departments. Nicole and her husband Matt, live in Osage Beach, Missouri with their three children, Jacob, Abigail and Matalyn.


Abby Mayer Academic Director

Abby was born and raised in Kirksville, Missouri. She attended Central Methodist College and graduated with a degree in History and Political Science with an emphasis in education. She married her college sweetheart, Morgan, and together they have 4 little girls; Scout, and Molly, and twins Kinley and Reagan. Abby's mother was a teacher and some of her earliest memories are going to school in the summer with her mother and helping to set up her classrooms. Throughout her life, she has always wanted to be a teacher and has most enjoyed working with with challenging students and those with special needs. Abby has been at CALO since September of 2008 and has loved all the opportunities that she has been blessed with.


Dr. John Boudinot, DBA HR Director

Dr. John Boudinot joined CALO in May 2014. John grew up in St. Louis. He earned an MBA from the University of Missouri, St. Louis and a Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. During his career, John has held various leadership positions in Human Resources, benefits, and HR administration. He served as executive director of the City of Cincinnati Retirement System and benefit manager for BJC HealthCare in St. Louis. Most recently, John came to CALO from ConocoPhillips where he was a supervisor in the HR department.

John and his wife Cindy celebrated their 39 anniversary in 2014. They have 3 adult children and 6 grandchildren; all of whom reside in Missouri. The family enjoys spending time on the Lake fishing, skiing, swimming, and boating.


Douglas Young Team Lead Supervisor

Doug has been working at Calo for four and a half years and has recently been team lead with the Gemstones and Tiger Lillie's before becoming the Team Lead Supervisor. He is a single father of a 22 year old son and 18,17 and 10 year old daughters. His 17 and 10 year old daughters lives with their mother in North Dakota. As a parent himself, he has a sense of how hard this must be on our Calo parents and somewhat understands some of the frustrations and concerns they might have. Doug knows how hard it is to be away from what matters to us most and to trust someone else to keep our child safe. It is one of the hardest things he has ever went through. Doug is very big on structure and consistency because he feels that all children need this, not just Calo students. With these two things we can offer the utmost trust, care and safety that our Calo children need. Anything he can do to help, he will. He wants to be as big a help to our Calo families as he can. Lastly, our Calo students are Doug's inspiration for what they have gone through and what they struggle with every day. He asks himself daily if he would have the strength to deal with what they have gone through and to deal with the inner struggles they have. He is not sure that he would. Because of our students Doug is a better person and a better father and for that he is grateful and will give them everything he has, every single day. They are truly his inspiration and his heroes.




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