Mr. Martin Mosley
Chief Operating Officer
With his strong background in Operations and Marketing, Martin is well suited to help Butterfly Effects deliver on its ambitious expansion plans as the agency's new Chief Operating Officer.
Neal Shapiro, MHSA
Director of Business Development
Neal Shapiro has joined Butterfly Effects as Director of Business Development. In this role he will provide leadership for our Client Services department.
Senior Director of Operations
As Senior Director of Operations, Emily Stowe is very family-centric in her approach, supporting a comprehensive approach to care and services.
Dodie Powers, JD,LMSW
Gulf Coast Client Services Manager
Dodie Powers oversees all programs and client services in the Gulf Coast region.
Mrs. Leah Bean, MA,MS,BCBA
Autism Programs Clinical Director
Leah Bean leads teams of clinicians in delivering effective, evidence based practices for the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Mr. Gregory Paquette, MS,BCBA
South East Regional Director
Gregory Paquette oversees all South East area relations, Directing all cities in South Carolina, Georgia, and in Charlotte, NC.
Diane Rico, MA,BCBA
South Florida Regional Director
Diane Rico is the Regional Director for South Florida. She has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2005. In that time she has worked in various settings, including clinics, schools, home, vocational programs, day programs, and residential facilities. She has experience working with a wide variety of populations, including early intervention infants to elderly adults, and from mild to severe mental retardation, as well with individuals along all parts of the autism spectrum. Diane received her B.A. in Psychology from Florida International University in 2005, and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology with a Specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2010. Diane has taught academic, communication, social, functional, and vocational skills, while also working to reduce problem behaviors.
Billing and Receivables Manager
As billing agent for Butterfly Effects, Diana Sunderland manages the agency's invoicing processes.
Authorizations and Insurance Specialist
As a Butterfly Effects Authorizations and Insurance Specialist, David Levi works to maintain ongoing authorizations, while helping to promote a collaborative approach to planning that continually focuses on making the Authorizations Department as efficient and client-responsive as possible.<br>
Jessica Cloutier, MS,BCBA
North Florida and Virginia Regional Director
Jessica joins Butterfly Effects with over 7 years of experience in the Applied Behavior Analysis field. She graduated from Stetson University with her Bachelors in Psychology and Sociology. She earned a Master's of Counseling with a focus in Behavior Analysis from Nova Southeastern. Jessica has experience with a wide array of settings including residential, private school, center based and in home. Jessica has worked with all ages and many diagnoses including Autism, Aspergers, Mental Retardation and other developmental disabilities. Jessica specializes in verbal behavior and acquisition skills but also has a long history of behavior reduction. Jessica was certified as an Assistant Behavior Analyst in 2008 and as a Behavior Analyst in 2009. October of 2012, Jessica took on the role of Regional Director for North Florida and Virginia. In her new role she is focusing on quality assurance, community involvement, and strong staff support.
Client Services Manager
Shawn Westberg has joined Butterfly Effects as Client Services Manager In this role he will provide New Client Acquisition and existing client support services..
Amanda Fullbright, M.Ed,BCBA
Texas-Louisiana Regional Director
Amanda Fullbright is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who serves Butterfly Effects as the Regional Director of Texas, Louisiana, and Arizona. She has worked in a variety of settings including clinic based, home based, and community based settings. Amanda's areas of focus have been early intervention, autism intervention, parent training, as well as staff training and management. She has an extensive background developing and implementing individualized skill acquisition and behavior reduction programs for children diagnosed with autism. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2008 from the University of North Texas and her Master’s degree in Special Education, as well as graduate certificates in autism intervention and Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas in 2011.
Mrs. Katherine Diedrich, MA,BCBA,LPA
North Carolina Regional Director
Katherine "Kat" Diedrich is the North Carolina Regional Director for Butterfly Effects. She graduated summa cum laude with honors from UNC Wilmington with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Following graduation she earned a Master of Arts in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis at UNC Wilmington in May of 2011. As part of her clinical coursework she completed an intensive practicum in group homes and a vocational setting, as well as a 1,000 hour supervised internship at The Mariposa School. Following internship she worked as a tutor and then a consultant at the Carolina Center for ABA and Autism Treatment. In September 2011 she became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and in May 2012, a Licensed Psychological Associate. Katherine joined the Butterfly Effects team in March of 2013 as Clinical Supervisor/Senior Consultant, and she has since taken the role of North Carolina Regional Director.
Tia Lamb is the Recruiting Coordinator for Butterfly Effects, LLC. She currently holds a Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Healthcare Management. Tia previously worked as the Operations Coordinator for a hospital run Home Health department where she was responsible for developing and implementing orientation and training programs for all staff. As well as provided training and technical support for all healthcare computer systems. She was also responsible for scheduling and field placement of all nursing staff. Her most challenging yet rewarding success was the planning and implementation of a fully electronic payroll system. This challenged her to find a way to accommodate the needs of the nursing staff who were not on site. She currently provides support to the Regional Directors and the management team in the areas of recruitment and on-boarding. Tia enjoys working closely with people to find the right career fit.