Teaching people with disabilities and caring, day by day, for those incapable of caring for themselves, starts with sympathy, but it moves immediately on to expertise, hard work and financial resources.
It is these last three qualities which, when brought to bear in serving children and adults with multiple disabilities, create the strength that differentiates Oak Hill from other well-meaning, sympathetic groups. Learn more about the professional development Oak Hill employs to help its workers maintain and improve their expertise.
Barry M. Simon
President and Chief Executive Officer
James T. Jones
Vice President, Finance and Treasurer
Chief Operating Officer
Senior Director, Human Resources
Stanley F. Soby
Vice President, Public Policy and External Affairs
Vice President, Operations
Gayle C. Wintjen, Esq.
General Counsel and Secretary
Chief Administrator and Vice President of Education