SCI Organizational Changes – January 2020
We are pleased to announce five new members of our leadership team. They will be starting their new Supervising Service Coordinator roles in January and February 2020 in anticipation of our expanding SC positions. Please help us in welcoming them to their respective offices.
Katie DeMaio will join the Supervisory team in Pikesville on January 19, 2020. Katie has a BA in Psychology and Sociology from McDaniel College. She joined our Service Coordination Inc. team in 2016. Katie has been an active Peer Mentor in the Pikesville catchment area, supporting several team members over the past year. Katie brings expertise in Self Directed Services to her new role.
Cassandra Marion has been a coordinator since 2018. She has a BS in Psychology from Frostburg State University, and a MS in Counseling from McDaniel College. She has many years of experience working with children with intellectual and psychiatric disabilities in Baltimore, Carroll and Howard Counties. She will join the Carroll County team on January 19, 2020.
Kurt Wesolowski will join the Supervisory team in Anne Arundel county on January 19, 2020. Kurt has a BA in Psychology from California State University, and a Master’s degree in Divinity. He has been with Service Coordination Inc. since February 2018. Kurt has worked in various social service settings around the country. He brings strong, national experience to the role.
Sundus Nada will join the Southern region team on January 19, 2020. She is currently enrolled in a Master’s program through Columbia University, and obtained her BA from Johns Hopkins University. Sundus is excited to share her expertise in Self-Directed services. She has been with Service Coordination Inc. since February 2016.
Gina Perry has a BA in Psychology from Towson University. Prior to joining Service Coordination, Inc. in 2016, she was an educator in the Baltimore County Public School system. She has enjoyed mentoring and training new service coordinators, her work on the Recognition Committee, and gathering resources related to people with dual-diagnoses. She will join the Baltimore City supervisory team on February 10, 2019.