Founder and Executive Director
Cady Stanton, MS
Cady Stanton, M.S., has spent the last twenty years in research, clinical, and educational settings developing and implementing supports for autistic and other underserved populations. As an Autism and ADHD specialist, she supports neurodivergent individuals in understanding their neurodivergent traits, building relationships and community, and tackling practical challenges. Cady's work is grounded in evidence-based methods, her lived experience as an autistic self-advocate and parent, and spending thousands of hours each year listening to neurodivergent community members.
Maricela Gutierrez Rodriguez, MNLM
Maricela has spent the last eight years working in community-based organizations specializing in program management, education, and training. Primarily working to enhance the quality of life of families and individuals with disabilities locally and worldwide. She is excited to use her diverse background and continue supporting the neurodiverse community.
Margann Duke, PhD
Margann worked in clinical counseling and education for two decades before earning a doctorate in mind-body medicine. She focuses her research and practice on developing more nuanced and holistic understandings of mental health and neurodivergence, especially with youth. Margann's work is centered on building strengths and resiliency through mind-body approaches like mindfulness, creative self-expression, equine-assisted learning, and somatic awareness. She has a lifelong passion for helping children and families thrive.
Miranda Gabriel, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Gabriel is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 35 years of experience serving children, teenagers, and adults on the autism spectrum. She is excited for the opportunity to promote wellness, autonomy, and independence for people with autism and other neurodivergent abilities.
Dan is a Software Engineer and Tech Lead who personally identifies as neurodivergent, and appreciates several very important people in his life who have autism or ADHD. He's grateful for the chance to support values of autonomy, resilience, and community for all neurodivergent people.