Cary has a wide breadth of experience in the non-profit community. She has been involved with COCA, Hope Happens and the Garden Club of St. Louis. Cary specializes in networking and fundraising to support the organizations she cares about. She is excited to promote awareness of Pathways and help us reach our goal of doubling the number of individuals we serve over the next 3 years. Cary joins the Pathways’ board as a parent of a current participant.
Stephanie has a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, Master’s in Higher Education and worked for more than a decade assisting college students with social-emotional development, community integration and general life skills. She is currently working on a law degree at St. Louis University and is eager to apply her legal knowledge in service to Pathways and the St. Louis community.
Pathways to Independence is grateful for all of the support received during our end of year appeal. We raised $62,925 this year… our most successful campaign ever! Pathways is looking forward to expanding our services to reach even more people and helping our participants achieve confident, connected and fulfilled lives.
The St. Charles County Coalition of Service Providers and the Developmental Disabilities Resource Board of St. Charles County recognized PTI’s very own Ray Bozesky with the Direct Support Professionals Outstanding Service Award in a ceremony on November 21, 2019.
Ray has an exceptional delivery of direct support. He is one of those professionals who just “has it”, and his instincts when working with participants are close to unmatched. PTI was proud to nominate Ray, a highly valued member of the Pathways team and community.
Alyssa will be joining the team as a full-time staff member. She is the Program Manager for the newest addition at Pathways—a program to serve young adults ages 16+. Be sure to welcome Alyssa if you see her at an event!