JEREMY GASKILLChief Executive Officer (CEO)
Jeremy Gaskill is MAC’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He has extensive experience in program management and development and has worked on projects in the U. S., Africa, and Asia. Prior to joining MAC, he served as Program Director for the Indiana Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives and, more recently, as Deputy Director for the Colorado Governor’s Commission on Community Service. His introduction to the field of disabilities came in 2004 when he served for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Zestaponi, Georgia. Jeremy holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Columbia University in New York City.
JEANNE BRADYOccupational Therapist
Jeanne Brady is an occupational therapist at MAC. She received her doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Boston University and brings with her more than 10 years of experience both within and outside the United States. Jeanne has extensive clinical experience that spans a variety of settings including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, elementary schools, and home-based health. Jeanne's role at MAC includes the training and support of international occupational therapists as well as the provision of direct services to children and adults with disabilities.
DANIKA STOUTTSpecial Education Program Coordinator
Danika Stoutt is the Special Education Program Coordinator with MAC. She began her career as a teacher in her home country, the British Virgin Islands, after receiving her Bachelor's in Elementary Education from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. She also received her Master's in Special Education from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. Danika has worked in a variety of educational settings in the United States and overseas in the capacity of Lead Resource teacher and Lead Teacher of self-contained special education classes. As Program Coordinator, Danika provides guidance and support to instructional specialists, and develops and leads training courses for staff professional development.
KAYLA DUNAWAYDevelopment and Events Planning Manager
Kayla Dunaway is the Manager of Development and Events Planning at MAC. She Started her development career over 10 years ago at a small orphanage in Romania where she became passionate about working with individuals of all abilities. After working in Romania, she ventured to Georgia where she instantly fell in love with the Georgian culture. From 2011-2012 Kayla served as a Peace Corps Response Volunteer in Ozurgeti, Georgia where she saw firsthand what life is like for people with disabilities in Georgia. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Sociology at Arizona State University and has worked with multiple NGO’s all over the world. She's happy to again be in Georgia where she works with the local staff to fund and develop new projects and to coordinate fundraising initiatives on behalf of the McLain Association for Children.