Our vision is to be the catalyst for change in the community mental health system. We hope to kindle the curiosity and creativity of emerging leaders, and create a new vocabulary of metrics that truly measure the quality and value of community services.
We believe every agency should have access to meaningful, understandable data, to support your organization and your mission.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
We affirm that diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are inherently valuable. We strive to create a space where every person's unique perspective can be heard, valued, and celebrated.
We illuminate data that can help identify barriers, gaps, strengths and opportunities. We understand that data is the beginning of a conversation, not the end.
We build data tools that are easy to use and rich in value. We provide our customers with high-quality services, consistently exceeding expectations.
We do our best to make sure the data tools we provide are accurate and complete. We are genuine, honest, and transparent when we make a mistake. We communicate clearly.
Since we are stewards of sensitive health care information, we value reliability and keeping to our word. We make promises we can keep, while maintaining our boundaries.
We believe in servant leadership, and we seek to empower people with that mindset. We care about the work we do, either because of a personal connection to the mental health system, or because we see people suffering in our community and we want to help.
We strive to be nimble. The health care system is constantly changing, and we want to stay flexible so we can take advantage of opportunities that align with our vision.
To attract and maintain high quality leaders in mental health, we also seek to build a community where they can experience learning and support. We care about developing our own skills, as well, so that we can bring that knowledge to our work.
Ginger Bandeen, LCSW (she/her)
Founder & CEO
Ginger founded Mission Driven Data after a 15-year career in clinical social work, quality improvement, advocacy, and program development in the community behavioral health field. Ginger is passionate about making data analysis accessible for clinicians - helping people who would say they aren't "data people" discover joy and excitement in the data analysis process.
In her spare time, Ginger enjoys travel, pub trivia, and supporting her son's punk rock band as the nerdiest band mom ever.
Phone: (971) 409-6931
Collin Stackhouse, (he/they)
Director of Operations
Collin comes to Mission Driven Data from a background in hospital admissions, logistics and supply-chain management, and environmental science.
Nicole Morris, (she/her)
Senior Solutions Consultant
Nicole has 18 years in the community mental health field, including having led two teams in data analytics, EHR administration, and multiple implementations of Credible EHR. Her direct service, compliance, quality assurance, and operations experience provide a pragmatic lens to finding solutions for efficiency to work processes and database management.
While Nicole has plenty of project management, change management, and leadership skills her real interest is making big impacts by empowering others as a change agents. She has a high value for collaboration and continuous improvement. Nicole believes that if knowledge is power then data and information is the way to become mighty together.
When not engaged in improving support for better care provision Nicole can be found endlessly throwing a ball for her dogs, doing home improvement projects, or playing trivia with her colleagues.
Heidi Busche, (she/her)
Director of Engagement
Heidi is so excited about being part of the Mission Driven Data team. She brings qualitative and quantitative research experience as well as a passion for relationship building to her role as the Director of Engagement. Heidi has been in Oregon for about 20 years now and in her spare time she loves walking her dogs and meeting new people.