Jennifer Might is the Founder and CEO of STEPS. She has been working with individuals diagnosed with autism for 26 years. She completed her masters in Psychology and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Jennifer founded STEPS on the belief that all students can reach their full potential if they are in a supportive and positive environment and teachers have an unwavering belief in students, regardless of behavioral needs or verbal abilities. Jennifer is passionate about creating opportunities for students to develop a positive self-identity through engaging in activities that build self-worth, learning how to overcome challenging circumstances and developing the skills needed for self-advocacy. She has recently been involved in creating vocational opportunities and enrichment experience through the Willow+Wood store and Willow Farm program and is excited to continue building these programs. Jennifer believes that STEPS should always be evolving to meet the unique needs of students and that innovation and creativity should be a part of each program design.
Aaron Muttillo has worked with children and adolescents in public, private, and non-profit settings for more than 20 years. He has extensive experience managing programs that serve students with diverse learning abilities. Aaron is a licensed school psychologist and holds a doctorate in urban education from Cleveland State University. Aaron is committed to creating educational settings that are research-based, dynamic, and joyful.
Kyle Rose has served special education students for over 30 years with the last 15 years in the role of school administrator. Kyle is an adjunct professor in the education department at Cleveland State University, where he works closely with teacher candidates. In addition to his wealth of experience, Kyle brings energy, creativity, and a passion for helping young people reach their full potential.
Brian Roberts has dedicated the last 29 years to students receiving special education services, as both a classroom teacher and instructional coach. He holds a master’s degree in education from Kent State University and has numerous years of experience as a trainer and mentor for teachers. He believes that students of all abilities are able to thrive when a safe, comfortable learning environment is established.
Anthony Liber has worked in the field of education for more than 25 years. He began his professional career in New England, where he received specialized training in applied behavior analysis. During his career, Anthony has worked as a consultant, teacher, and school administrator in programs that educate and treat students with autism and severe behavior disorders. Anthony enjoys the relationships that he has formed with students, families, and colleagues.
Kelly Sheehan is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has worked with children with behavioral health needs and Autism for the past 18 years. She has a Masters of Education degree from Vanderbilt University and is a Licensed Behavior Analyst (TN) as well as a Certified Ohio Behavior Analyst (COBA). She supports across sites as the Clinical Director for Steps, assisting in creating behavior intervention plans, functional behavior asssessments (FBAs), and training new staff in the clinical components of operations. Kelly enjoys building rapport with students across sites and working closely with teams and families to promote independence and success.
Bryan Holtsclaw has worked in both public and private educational settings for over 5 years. Bryan is a licensed and board-certified occupational therapy assistant who has specialized in serving students with autism and related developmental disabilities. In addition to his occupational therapy skill set, Bryan possesses boundless creativity that he uses to establish learning environments in natural settings. This approach allows students of all abilities to gain independence and grow as individuals.