Reflections on Our Achievements of 2016, Focuses on the Future
2016 was a year of growth, innovation, and outreach. Energized by our success and momentum, our organization has ambitious plans to expand our services and international impact in the coming year. “In fiscal year 2016, we served nearly 6,000 individuals and families in this country while growing our workforce and expanding our service lines,” said May Institute President and Chief Executive Officer Lauren C. Solotar, Ph.D., ABPP. Read press release.
Faces. Voices. Lives. Meet Tamika!
"I’ve been with the May (Institute) eight years. I’ve worked with adults, and then with students with traumatic brain injuries. Now I’m a Program Coordinator in a residence for students with autism. So I’ve definitely seen a lot of different aspects of the May." Read More.