Christine Sheehan
Christine SheehanChief Executive Officer
Christine Sheehan has been with SeaView since 1999. She began her tenure providing IT consulting services and later joined the management team as network administrator. Chris’s role with the agency evolved over time and in 2013 she was invited by the Governing Board to assume the role of CEO. Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marine biology, a field she worked in for 25 years before transitioning to information technology, and ultimately healthcare administration.
Chris has owned and operated several businesses and has been an active service volunteer in a variety of community and statewide activities that include Civil Air Patrol mission pilot and commander, emergency medical technician, firefighter, rescue diver, domestic violence/sexual assault advocate and statewide coordinator for community development activities focused on child character development, empowerment of junior youth and building the capacity of individuals for service to their communities.
Chris will be retiring at the end of 2021 after 22 years of dedicated service to SeaView and our community. During recent years, Chris led SeaView in an in-depth strategic planning process that allowed the Governing Board and staff to make important decisions about the future of SeaView and refocus our efforts on mental health and substance use treatment services. Chris leaves the organization in a strong position with services rapidly expanding to meet the behavioral health needs of our community.
Tommy Glanton, LCSW
Tommy Glanton, LCSWChief Executive Officer - Elect
Tommy Glanton, LCSW currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer – Elect at SeaView. He has been selected by the SeaView Governing Board to assume the CEO role in January of 2022 when Chris retires. Tommy is excited for the opportunity to serve our community in this new role and looks forward to leading SeaView during our 50th year of service to the Eastern Kenai Peninsula.
He has a breadth of experience in behavioral health that includes organizational leadership, program development and creating positive change in communities. Tommy has been employed with SeaView since December of 2017, initially serving as Behavioral Health Director, and then transitioning to Chief Clinical Officer. During Tommy’s time at SeaView, he has been instrumental in partnering with the Governing Board to craft a strong strategic vision for the future. His efforts have resulted in expanding SeaView’s continuum of care to provide much needed behavioral health services in our community that were previously unavailable to residents locally.
Tommy has a master’s degree in Social Work and a bachelor’s degree in English Literature. As a therapist, he specializes in treating trauma, attachment, and family systems issues that are often present for those struggling with mental health and substance use disorders. He is also a trained EMDR therapist. He is passionate about providing trauma-informed care to individuals and families that provide an opportunity for transitioning pain and fear, to hope for a better life. As a leader, Tommy is dedicated to ensuring SeaView provides high quality behavioral health services that improve lives and relationships in our community.
Sue Brudenell
Sue BrudenellDirector of Revenue Cycle and Finance
Sue Brudenell, Director of Revenue and Finance, joined the Seaview team to lead Revenue Cycle/Billing and Finance teams as well as maintain the General Ledger for the organization. She has a BS in Accounting and Business Administration with a minor in Financial Management along with an MBA in Finance. In addition, Sue maintains a CPA license with the State of Florida and has extensive financial and practice administration experience working with various healthcare organizations.
Bernadette O’Neil
Bernadette O’NeilExecutive Assistant
Bernadette O’Neil joined the Leadership Team at SeaView in March 2017. She works closely with the CEO, Christine Sheehan, and the Governing Board. She researches funding opportunities, assists with grant writing and acts as liaison to grantors. She also serves on the Performance & Quality Improvement Committee as the PQI Coordinator. Bernadette has her AAS in Business Administration and has an extensive background in small business management, with over 10 years’ experience working for nonprofits across Alaska.

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