Stella the pioneering medical leader in revolutionary treatments for emotional trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and mental health management via the Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) and Ketamine Infusion Therapy, announced recently the appointment of Philippe Sanchez as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Stella added that in his new role as the CEO, Sanchez will chart out Stella’s expansion and position as the firm and as a leader in the mental health space by prioritizing the research of emotional traumas and their biological precision treatments.
Michael Gershenzon, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer stated: “Stella’s core mission is to alleviate suffering from debilitating mental trauma symptoms. Philippe’s proven ability to rapidly expand the company’s national and global footprint will ensure that more people will gain access to these life-changing treatments and regain their quality of life.”
Stella records added that Sanchez is a veteran Chief Executive serving firms like the healthcare, multi-unit retail, and technology sectors for the past 20+ years. His career spans several industries and a track record of leading international global organizations, working with world-class brands such as Nike, Disney, Starbucks, and Getty Images.
Stella added that on the educational forefront, Sanchez has earned a Master of Business Administration in International Marketing from INSEAD and a Master of Mechanical Engineering from INSA LYON in Lyon, France. He serves as a Member of the Board of Trustees for the French American International School, and a Board Member, VP, of Rochambeau.
In January 2011, Sanchez was appointed by the French Prime Minister to the French Foreign Trade Advisors. He resides with his family in San Francisco, CA.
Philippe Sanchez, CEO at Stella stated: “Mental trauma is a global health crisis that most of us experience in our everyday lives leading to painful personal afflictions with large societal costs. I’m very proud to join a pioneering company like Stella. Working closely with the largest network of SGB and trauma-informed mental health care providers in the US, we will deliver more breakthrough treatments for the emotional trauma that will save lives, build stronger families and communities, and bring back hope to those who suffer from symptoms.”