Latham Centers, Inc., a leader in special education and residential programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities, has announced the promotions of several department heads to the senior management team.
- Gina Sheehan, Vice President of Adult Services;
- Monique Williams, Vice President of Children’s Services;
- Heather Kelsey, Vice President of Advancement;
- Brittni Kliment, Vice President of Marketing, Admissions, and Licensing; and
- Bonnie White, Vice President of Medical Services.
Latham Centers’ newly promoted leaders excel in their areas of expertise, Executive Vice President Gerald J. Pouliot said.
“It is a privilege to work with these caring, committed team members who make a significant difference in the lives of our Latham students, residents, and families – as well as the national and international Prader-Willi syndrome community.”
Gina Sheehan began her career at Latham as a Clinician prior to serving in leadership roles in both the Children’s and Adult Services Programs. She is a Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW) and earned a bachelor of science (Social Work) from the University of New Hampshire and a master’s degree in Social Work from Boston University.
Monique Williams joined Latham in 2014, serving as a One to One Counselor, then a Physical Education teacher, then Director of Health and Wellness. She is a Bridgewater State University graduate.
Heather Kelsey came to Latham in 2017; she has worked in nonprofit advancement and financial resource development for more than 27 years.
Brittni Kliment began at Latham as a Special Education teacher more than 10 years ago. Her previous promotions included Assistant Principal, Director of Education and Director of Program Marketing and Admissions.
Bonnie White has served as Latham’s Director of Nursing since 2018. In her new role, she will oversee the Nursing Services teams in both the Children’s and Adult Services Programs.
All five leaders have contributed to making exceptional strides in the agency’s strategic plan, helping Latham Centers become internationally renowned for its expertise and success in working with individuals with Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare genetic disorder with no known cure.
Latham Centers’ mission is to create opportunities for independence, self-worth and happiness for children and adults with complex special needs. Latham is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation. For more information, visit LathamCenters.org.