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Hope Learning Center
Serving Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum
Hope Learning Center Staff
Classes and social groups are facilitated by professionals and volunteers with qualifications within that particular area. All staff and volunteers have required background checks and clearances.
Marie Haney graduated from Messiah College with B.S. in Home Economics. She has worked in the public school district for over 7 years with students on the autism spectrum and as a Disabilities Program coordinator at a local church for 10 years serving over 100 families and working with students ages 2 - 35 with various disabilities. She has completed four years of continuing education courses at the National Autism Conference at Penn State. Marie is responsible for programming, enrollment, and community partnerships at Hope Learning Center.
Steve Haney earned his MBA from Eastern University and is a full-time professor of marketing at Cairn University. Prior to teaching full time, Steve started and developed various marketing departments of Fortune 100 companies and non-profit organizations. Seve is responsible for business administration, marketing and mentoring at Hope Learning Center.
Tyler Haney graduated from West Chester University with a BA in History (with Honors) and a minor in Museum Studies in May 2020. While at West Chester University, Tyler participated in the Dub-C Autism program (DCAP). Tyler was recently hired as Assistant Product Manager for Bachmann Trains in Philadelphia. He leads the Advisory Board for HLC, serves as a consultant for programming and leads discussion groups.
Anne Hughes earned a BS in Special Education from Millersville University and has worked as a teacher and parent educator for almost 30 years. Anne has experience working with students and young adults with autism and a variety of developmental disabilities, in both school and community based settings. At Hope Learning Center, Anne assists with programming and curriculum development.
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