Kamelia has been involved in the healthcare industry for more than fifteen years. She has led the business development projects of programs for children with disabilities, specialty nursing home units, medical adult day care, partial hospital programs and foreign nursing placements. She has extensive experience in developing fundraising campaigns, grant writing as well as community and political outreach.
Kamelia holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Counseling. She is also a Certified Assisted Living Administrator and a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator. Additionally, she is a Certified PCT Trainer (Personal Control and Defensive Techniques.) Kamelia also has an adult son with Autism.
“What makes our services a success is our well-trained and dedicated staff and our commitment to quality care. I wouldn’t ask for anything less for my own son, Cyrus. After all, every client becomes a family member and a Friend of Cyrus.”
As a teenager, Jessica was introduced to the world of intellectual and developmental disabilities while working at a summer camp for children with autism and Down Syndrome. In the years since, she has amassed extensive experience in facilitating transitions to less restrictive environments through community-based programming, the management and training of professional staff, and the implementation and assessment of accountability systems to ensure program integrity.
Angela started her career working with underprivileged youth in Jersey City, NJ providing them with mentoring and inhome supports. She then was introduced to working with adolescents with mental health and behavioralÂ challenges in a residential settings as a case manager. She learned early on thatÂ case management is never about meeting the needs of one client, but it’s the entire family that needs support.
Angela served 8 years at St. Mary’s Hospital residential program, working with individuals on implementing behavior modification programs where she focused on identifying their strengths and abilities rather than their limitations.
Her enthusiasm for improving the quality of like of individuals with developmental disabilities is what makes her an important part of the FOC team.
Shalini has fifteen years of experience as the Controller and Financial Analyst for various IT companies, restaurant franchises, logistics, and the pharmaceutical industry. Shalini has taken on the responsibility for the company’s accounting operations and financial reporting functions. She will guide the company’s financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures as well as establishing, monitoring, and enforcing internal controls.