Project Description

Mary Imbornone, M.Ed.

National Director of Learning and O.D., Devereux Advance Behavioral Health

Mary Imbornone, M.Ed., is the national director of organizational development at Devereux Advanced Behavioral
Health. In this role, she is responsible for developing and implementing innovative learning solutions for the
organization’s 7,500+ staff and board members. Imbornone also works to build Devereux’s leadership bench strength;
and consults with leaders, managers, and supervisors to grow skills and self-awareness using assessments, coaching
and development planning practices.
Since its inception in 2018, Imbornone has participated as a member of Devereux’s National Servant Leadership
Committee. Along with her colleagues, she has collaborated with the Robert Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
to train Devereux’s Board of Trustees, its executive leadership group and nearly 30 Servant Leadership Champions.
In addition, she has been successful in developing the curriculum for, and launching, Servant-Leadership training
across Devereux’s national footprint, reaching more than 7000 employees.
Imbornone’s human service career spans more than 40 years. Prior to joining Devereux in 1984, she held other roles
Behavioral Specialist, Massachusetts Department of Education
Assistant Staff Psychologist, Massachusetts Department of Mental Retardation
Direct Care Professional, Belchertown State School
Boltwood Project Volunteer Coordinator, Belchertown State School
Imbornone holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of
Education, with a focus on adult learning, from Cambridge College. She holds an advanced certification in Continuous
Quality Improvement from Boston University. Imbornone also is certified in DISC Leadership and is a certified
facilitator for the Center for Creative Leadership.
She is a member of the Robert Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, and a founding member of Learning &
Development Professionals of Philadelphia. Imbornone has served as a board leader for the Philadelphia Association
for Training and Development; the New England Association for Children, Families and Youth; and Youth Catalytics.