Eleni has specialized in non-profit managment and development for over ten years. After graduating from Webster University in St. Louis, Eleni worked in New York City for six years for various non-profits. She is a lifetime member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and active in the Junior League of Houston. She sees first-hand the supportive environment that improves the overall quality of life for those with aphasia.
Stephanie has been a Speech-Language Pathologist for over 13 years, working in the areas of Aphasia and Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Before coming to HARC in 2009, Stephanie worked as a Research Speech-Language Pathologist, coordinating the research project titled, "Functional Brain Reorganization in Stroke Recovery, A Language Therapy Study", providing assessment and intensive treatment to chronic stroke survivors with aphasia.
Meredith has been a Speech Language Pathologist for 4 years, working primarily in the areas of brain injury and rehabilitation. Prior to coming to HARC she worked at the Transitional Learning Center at Lubbock with stroke and brain injury survivors and at the Texas Tech University Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic as a clinical instructor. She is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) and has a passion for working with individuals with aphasia.
Kellye is an all-around marketing and development talent. She graduated from Texas Southern University with a B.A. in Public Relations minoring in Speech Communications. With years of brand experience, Kellye managed and elevated multiple accounts across numerous arenas. She is a member of the American Fundraising Professionals and volunteers in her community. Dedicated to helping and informing people about aphasia, Kellye's goals are to spread awareness, increase advocacy and inspire giving to a noteworthy cause.
In addition to being a wonderful Certfied Nursing Assistant, Paul has many other talents. He has a background in hotel management, culinary arts, and computer processing. "I really appreciate the fact that the small things make a big difference," he says.