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Martin J. Favis, Executive Chairman, Broadstep Behavioral Health, Operating Partner, Bain Capital Double Impact

August 9, 2021

Mr. Martin J. Favis serves as the Executive Chairman for Broadstep Behavioral Health, Inc. (a Bain Capital Double Impact portfolio company). He also serves as an Operating Partner for Bain Capital Double Impact. For over 25 years, Mr. Favis has been a C-Suite executive within health care services and across various industry sectors, including autism spectrum disorder, home health, rehab/therapy, juvenile justice, child welfare, workforce development, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse, and residential and community based programs for the developmentally disabled/delayed population. Each organization he led was multi-site/multi-state and was a distinguished provider in its healthcare space. Most notably, Martin led highly successful operations as the Chief Executive Officer as some of the behavioral health industry’s most prominent providers, including Camelot Care Centers, Duvall Homes Inc., Embassy Management, and TrueCore Behavioral Solutions. His tenure and success in this industry has also provided him the opportunity to work closely with federal and state regulators as well as national accreditation bodies (COA, CARF, Joint Commission) to impact positive change and growth nationally across behavioral health.

Mr. Favis’ expertise is widely sought after by well-known organizations and conferences, and he is a frequent speaker at various industry events. He has also been invited to serve as a board member for numerous national organizations and possesses the reputation as a servant leader for positive change across behavioral health.
Mr. Favis is a graduate of the Villanova School of Business at Villanova University where he earned his degree in Finance. He has further earned distinguished certificate designations from The Wharton School, Amos Tuck Graduate School of Management at Dartmouth, the University of Chicago and Vanderbilt University.