Andy Kirby, Executive Director

Andy Kirby’s professional experience includes a variety of key positions in not-for-profit management, administration, and governance. For the last eleven years, he has provided executive level leadership at not-for-profit organizations that provide services and supports to individuals with developmental disabilities. He has worked in compliance and quality assurance, ensuring good corporate citizenship and solid programming; in program management, developing and supervising day programs for adults with disabilities; and as a senior level leader, providing leadership and guidance to core programs and support functions.

Additionally, Andy is surveyor for CARF International, an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. He visits facilities throughout the country to ensure that their administrative and programmatic components are operating consistently with CARF’s standards.

Currently, Andy is a member of the Indiana Conference of Executive Directors of The Arc and has previously been involved with the Indiana Association for Rehab Facilities and has contributed to its advocacy and provider support efforts by serving on various committees and work groups.


Patricia Sellman, Adult Services Director

Patricia Sellman has made her career serving individuals with disabilities. Several years after she received a teaching degree, she began working at a two-hundred bed facility in Indianapolis as a Resident Attendant. She held other positions there including Unit Clerk, Behavior Clinician, and Vocational Counselor. After a management position in residential services at a small agency, she then had the privilege of working with a state grant to start Supported Employment at Easterseals Crossroads. She spent thirteen years working in supported employment, along with participating in a number of initiatives on a state, regional, and national level that included advocacy, training and innovative services. Pat was an original founding member of IN-APSE and the Indiana Supported Employment Training Team. She is a current member of the Board of Directors for IN-APSE.

She has a number of professional and personal interests that include the arts, lifelong learning, and leisure skills for individuals with disabilities. She has considered it an honor and privilege to be a part of the Ability movement and has the deepest belief that people with disabilities will know equal rights, responsibilities, and opportunities.

Karol King, Business Director


Karlie Rudbeck, Marketing Coordinator

Amanda Davids, Human Resource Assistant

Kristen Hodgin, Administrative Assistant

Personal & Community Services:

Tracy Autrey, Adult Services Coordinator

Christie Kincaid-Shores, PCS Manager

Beth Ridgeway, Literacy and Daily Living Skills Instructor

Bella Heilbrunn, Master Teaching Artist

Mainstreet Enterprises:

Jessica Alexander, MSE Production Manager

Job Connection:

Troy Frisz, Job Connection Manager

Tracy Creek, Employment Consultant

Shannon Riley, Employment Consultant


Margaret Oberweiser, Transition Coordinator

Shannon Metzger, Pre- ETS Career Coach

Community Membership:

Mary Wagner-Shields, Community Membership Manager

Jeanette Jones, Community Membership Facilitator


Louise Knecht, WIC Coordinator