Ann Jamieson is the Director of Professional Development for Oklahoma Treatment Services, Treatment Centers, and Kansas Treatment Services and most recently served as the Executive Director of Oklahoma Treatment Services, which operates four OTPs in Oklahoma. She provided the leadership necessary to create the Oklahoma Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence in 2010 and was elected its first president. She earned a BS in Psychology from Louisiana State University in 1997 and began working as a substance abuse counselor in South Carolina, earning her certification in alcohol and drug counseling. Ms. Jamieson obtained a MS in addiction counseling from Northeastern State University and earned a license as an alcohol and drug counselor. Beginning in 2000, Ms. Jamieson was instrumental in expanding access to treatment by opening clinics in North Carolina and Oklahoma. She continues to consult on CARF, regulatory compliance, and best practices for facilities in North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Kansas. Ms. Jamieson has developed and provides a series of trainings for substance abuse specific CEU credits in Oklahoma.
Ms. Jamieson also serves as an administrative surveyor for the Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Ms. Jamieson is married with four children and lives in Tulsa, OK