Alli Smale is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges and has worked in Disability Employment Supports and Workforce Development for over 22 years, helping youth and adults attain their career goals while supporting them to develop their own identity in their community, as well as self-advocacy and leadership skills.
Ruth A. Poirier joined NEBA in June of 2011.
Kylee came to this field from her experience as a co-worker of an individual that neba was providing on the job supports to.
Daniel Quirk began his career at neba in 2015 as an Employment Consultant.
I started the business as an independent author then transitioned to being an editor. The idea to be an editor came when a fellow author reached out for help with her manuscript.
Nicole decided to work because she wanted to make money, and because her parents have taught her that working is an important part of life.
The Resource Center is a 501(c)(3) registered Not For Profit, Lyme Disease Resource Center, Inc. The resource center concept was inspired by a local cancer resource center I discovered in 2007.
Kristina is a person with a very outgoing & bubbly personality. She always strived to do her best throughout school and transitioning into adulthood.
Adam was referred to neba in 2005 through the Lower Pioneer Valley Collaborative in Wilbraham, MA.
Critter Sitter started in PA the 1990s, pet sitting for my parents’ friends as a favor. When these folks went out of town on trips, I stayed in their home and cared for their cats.