- John Buckley, Executive Director
John, a Woodstock resident for 9 years, has been in the nonprofit sector for more than 15 years. He was most recently the Vice President of Institutional Advancement for Naper Settlement in Naperville. While there, he served on the Boards of the West Suburban Philanthropic Network, the Rotary Club of Naperville and the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce.
- Mallory Schug, Physical Therapist
In 2005, Mallory received a bachelor's degree in biomedical sciences from Marquette University. She then completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Marquette, graduating in 2007. Since then, Mallory has been practicing in an outpatient setting and has gained experience treating a wide variety of patients including pediatric, geriatric, orthopedic and neurological patients. She is also licensed through the state of Illinois' Early Intervention program to see children ages 0-3.
- Shannon Guzick, Physical Therapy Assistant
Shannon attended Wayne State University in Detroit and Oakton College in Des Plaines, IL where she earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in their physical therapy assistant program. She graduated in 1992. Since then, she has worked as a licensed physical therapy assistant in many different therapy settings. Some of her experience includes home health care, nursing homes, outpatient orthopedics, outpatient pediatrics and inpatient spinal cord rehabilitation. She has worked at ACTS for eight years.
- Courtney Lozar, Speech Language Pathologist
Courtney attended Illinois State University for her bachelor's and master's degrees in communication sciences and disorders. She has three years of experience working with children from the age birth to 12 years old with a variety of diagnoses. She also has experience in feeding, pragmatic, play and language therapy. Courtney started with ACTS in 2010.
- Carmen Jordan, Speech Language Pathologist
Carmen completed her BS and MA in Speech & Hearing Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has 11 years of experience working with children and communication disorders in a variety of contexts including hospital outpatient clinics, public schools and private practice. Carmen has a passion for children and believes that each child is uniquely created. Carmen also believes that family involvement and education are key elements in helping each child become an effective communicator, as well as the ability to foster health relationships with their family and community.
- Ashley Moritz, Speech Language Pathologist
- Shannon Thennes, Director of Development
- Judy Prehn, Office Manager
- Phyllis Richards, Billing Clerk
- Corie Stevens, Organization Assistant
- Veronica Moreno, Therapy Aide
- Mary Weeden, Social Services