American College of Neuropsychopharmacology

5034-A Thoroughbred Lane, Brentwood, TN 37027

Phone: (615) 324-2360

Fax: (615) 523-1715


Director & Staff

Executive Director

Sarah Timm, CAE, CMP-HC
(615) 324-2374


Staff members at the Executive Office will be able to answer questions you may have about the different activities of the College.

Julie Cauthen, Project Coordinator
(615) 324-2360

Erin Colladay, Member Services Manager
(615) 649-3074

Evan Dickert, Director of Information Technology
(615) 324-2373

Lori Kunath, Editorial Assistant
(615) 324-2360

Jacque Loftus, Director of Meetings
(615) 324-2363

Julie Magill, Financial Manager
(615) 324-2372

Kelly Phy, Meetings Manager
(615) 324-2360

Erin Shaw, Project Manager
(615) 324-2379

Tori Swinehart, Senior Meetings Content Manager
(615) 432-0092

Ronnie Wilkins, Ed.D., CAE
(615) 324-2375

Web Site Editor

Todd Lencz, Ph.D.

Associate Web Site Editors

Debra A. Bangasser, Ph.D.

Cynthia M. Kuhn, Ph.D.

David R. Sibley, Ph.D.

Jason R. Tregellas, Ph.D.


If you would like to make a donation to the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, please contact the Executive Office at


The ACNP Council has determined the following will be the policy for members who want to give a gift to the College for the purpose of permanently establishing a travel award or for some other specified purpose:

  1. The donor will be responsible for providing written documentation stating the purpose for the donation and any restrictions that accompany the donation.  ACNP reserves the right to refuse a gift if it determines that the purpose of the gift is not consistent with the ACNP mission and purpose, or if it determines that it is not willing to agree to the restrictions placed on the gift.
  2. Notwithstanding the stated purpose of the donation and ACNP’s acceptance of the gift, the donor will be asked to sign a document acknowledging that if at some point in the future the mission and purpose of the College should change such that the purpose of the gift no longer is appropriate for the College that the ACNP is free to redirect the funds to another suitable purpose within the College.
  3. The donated funds will be recognized on ACNP financial statements as a permanently restricted asset.
  4. Only the interest or net gain on the invested funds may be used, and then only used for the purpose for which the funds were donated.
  5. The funds will be deposited into an investment fund, to be determined at that time, which allows the best return on investment while still protecting the principal.
  6. To permanently fund a travel award, a gift of at least $100,000.00 will be required.

The above stated policy is intended to apply to ACNP members.  In the event that any other individual or corporate entity wants to make a restricted donation to the ACNP, Council will make a determination based on individual circumstances.