Executive Leadership at River Region Human Services, Inc.

CEO/Executive Director
Tiffany Galvin Green, Ph.D.

Green2014-214x300Tiffany Galvin Green, Ph.D. was appointed Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of River Region on July 2, 2012.  As Chief Executive Officer of River Region Human Services, Inc., Dr. Green has overall authority over all aspects of operations – clinical, fiscal, and procedural – for the agency.  She had previously served as the Senior Director of Operations and as a grant writer and consultant with the agency since 2009.  Prior to this position, Dr. Green has had over 17 years of professional experiences in a career in academics, teaching management and organizational behavior courses both at educational institutions and for private companies.  She holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Michigan (1992) and a Master’s and Ph.D. in Management/Organizational Behavior from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University (1998).  Professionally, Dr. Green has also played an active role in professional and community organizations in various capacities, such as leadership development and business planning.  She is currently serving as a board member of the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association and a member of the Florida Council for Community Mental Health. Dr. Green is originally from Detroit, Michigan, although her family is originally from Jacksonville. She is a local historian and has co-authored the book STANTON: A Campus History (2009) with her parents Grace G. Galvin and Ronald E. Galvin to document the history of Florida’s oldest continually operating high school.


Chief Financial Officer
Robin Abbott, MBA, MAcc

 As the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for River Region Human Services, Robin Abbott’s areas of responsibilities include  Accounting, Billing, Purchasing, Administration, Facilities, Food Service, and Transportation. She has an undergraduate  degree in Finance, from Florida State University, and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and a Masters in  Accounting (MAcc) from Nova Southeastern University. She has twenty years of diverse experience in accounting and  administration. Throughout her professional career, she has worked in varying positions with progressive responsibilities  as well as a variety of industries (i.e. healthcare, engineering, food service, insurance, etc.). She has been a part of the  River Region team since 2012.


Vice President of Medical Services
Raymond Pomm, MD

Dr. Pomm is Board Certified in Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. He is also a Certified Medical Review Officer. Dr. Pomm served on the Governor’s Commission on Mental Health and Substance Abuse. In 1992 he began working for the Impaired Professionals Program of the State of Florida, the Professionals Resource Program (PRN). From 1998 until 2011 he served as Medical Director for this organization. PRN serves 29 Healthcare Boards and Councils on matters relating to healthcare professionals’ impairment. Also, from 1994 until 2010 Dr. Pomm was an expert Consultant to the Florida Board of Bar Examiners. Dr. Pomm began working for River Region Human Services in 1992, became their Medical Director in 1994 and currently serves as Vice President of Medical Services. In addition, Dr. Pomm serves as Medical Director for Gateway Community Services. He is a Courtesy Assistant Professor in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. In addition, he holds an appointment as Courtesy Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Florida. He has been a leader in the addiction field as it relates to the evaluation and treatment of co-occurring disorders and management of impaired professionals. Dr. Pomm has received multiple awards, including “The Marie Award” from the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence. He is an international speaker and has written multiple publications on issues surrounding addiction as well as healthcare professional impairment.