Meet the Staff
Maureen Keeney-Stoll, MA
Master of Arts in Human Resources Management
Center Valley, PA
Bachelor of Arts Psychology
Maureen Stoll is a Human Resources and Business Management Professional with a wide range of business experiences.
Maureen joined our organization in 2004 as Director of Human Resources. In that role, she had very positive impact on our administrative and operational performance.
Maureen was subsequently promoted to positions of increasing importance culminating in her appointment as General Manager in 2016.
In this role, she is responsible for the day to day oversight and management of our MCC Family Services, Associates Home Care and Bright Beginners Academy programs.
Maureen also serves as our Compliance Officer.
Maureen is an effective leader and a superior manager. She possesses a strong commitment to quality, an unwavering desire to develop her staff while managing costs. Maureen is quick to recognize changes in the business environment and thoughtfully makes the required changes in strategy and tactics to assure our continued success.
During her tenure, the company has experienced continued growth, expanded its program offerings and its geographic reach while enhancing our reputation for clinical excellence.
Stephanie Richer, MSS
Director of Behavioral Health Services
Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr, PA
Masters, Social Work
Bachelor of Science Social Work
Stephanie Richer is responsible for the clinical and operational management of our Family Based, Specialized BHRS and Child and Family Outpatient Programs.
She is an experienced child, adolescent and family therapist certified in the EcoSystemic Structural Family Therapy model. She has a passion for working to help families heal, connect and stay together using a strength-based approach rooted in a relational, trauma informed framework. Stephanie is dedicated to assuring clinical fidelity to our programs.
Stephanie joined our team in 2007 and has held positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as the Director of our Family Based Program. Her passion as a clinician, her leadership skills along with her capacity to mentor and develop staff while supporting rapid program development and expansion have been key to our success.
Megan Smith, M.S., BCBA, LBS
Director of Applied Behavior Analysis Services
Saint Joseph’s University
Master of Criminal Justice
Specialization in Behavior Analysis
Holy Family University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Megan began working at MCC Family Services in 2012 as a Therapeutic Support Staff and has since worked in several roles in the Applied Behavior Analysis and Behavior Health Rehabilitation Services Programs. She is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and Licensed Behavior Specialist specializing in children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Megan is passionate about implementing evidence-based practices to increase skills and decrease challenging behaviors across settings to maximize potential.
In this role, she is responsible for the clinical supervision of Behavior Specialists and Behavior Technicians and provides a strong behavior analytic knowledge to assist in improving program implementation.
Megan is enthusiastic about teaching and supporting staff how to effectively conduct functional behavior assessments and develop individualized treatment plans to provide the most quality treatment.
As Director of the program, she is also responsible for program growth, including managing referrals and intakes.
Megan focuses on minimizing client wait time through the provision of prompt service delivery and being available, from the time of initial referral continuing throughout the course of treatment, to offer additional support to clients and families.
Brianna Margaretta MS, ABA
Applied Behavior Analysis Services
Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Brianna Margaretta is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Licensed Behavior Specialist. She began her career at MCC in 2011 servings as a Therapeutic Support Staff. Her clinical experience and training led to her advancement and assuming the role of Behavior Specialist Consultant.
Brianna specializes in working with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder, specifically utilizing empirically supported ABA treatment strategies to target areas of skill acquisition and behavior reduction needs. She is passionate about improving the quality of life of clients with ASD and their significant others.
In her role as Coordinator of the Applied Behavior Analysis Program, Brianna completes Functional Behavior Assessments to determine the unique needs of each individual client. She is also working to continue to build and expand the ABA program at MCC with a focus on center-based instruction. Brianna supports BSC and TSS development and implementation of treatment programs at the highest standard, utilizing behavior analytic principles to supervise and evaluate client services.
Jordan Snyder, MS, LPC
Outpatient Clinical Supervisor
Master of Science in Counseling
Jordan began his career as a mobile crisis worker that supported children in Bucks County and played a crucial role in building up the program. He joined MCC Family Services as a Family Based Counselor in 2018 for Bucks County. He spent the next two years honing in on his clinical and leadership skills until being promoted to Family Based Supervisor overseeing teams in both Berks County and Chester County in 2020. He then joined the Outpatient department in 2022 as the new Clinical Supervisor. In both supervisor roles, Jordan has taken on the role of providing both clinical oversight and support to staff while taking on the administrative responsibilities in building up the department and creating strong relationships with services in each county.
Jordan has experience and passion in supporting children, families, and adults in becoming their best selves and utilizing various models such as ESFT, Structural Family Therapy, CBT, and other strengths based and trauma informed approaches to promote client success. In this role, Jordan is dedicated to promoting growth for anyone who walks through these doors. For everyone that crosses his path, both client and staff, he never asks what’s wrong with you and instead asks, “What has happened to you and how can I help you become your best self?”
David Wall, MA
Director of Business Development
MCC Family Services, Inc.
East Stroudsburg University
East Stroudsburg, PA
Master of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Dave’s background includes serving in Direct Care and Senior Management Level positions in County Human Services and Private Provider Agencies spanning over 25 years.
He is responsible for identifying and developing new growth and service enhancement opportunities in the region for the company’s broad array of specialty services, bringing new payer contracts online, as well as leading the company’s community outreach and marketing efforts.
Using his skills and experience in Behavioral Health and Human Services program and business development and contracting, Dave works closely with County and Community stakeholders and payers to foster effective communication and maintain strong, lasting relationships.
Tina Clewell, MBA
Holy Family University
Master of Business Administration
Penn State University
University Park, PA
Bachelor of Arts, Integrative Arts
Tina Clewell joined MCC Family Services, Inc. in 2007.
Over the course of her career with us, Tina’s duties have expanding as the company has grown.
Tina began working in the Human Resources department, serving first as an Assistant, then a HR Generalist.
She then moved to our Warwick House site and held the position of Admissions Assistant and then Corporate Safety Officer.
Tina was subsequently promoted to Human Resources Manager.
In this role, she was responsible for the oversight and management of all Human Resources functions including the coordination of the recruiting, hiring and orientation process for new employees and administrating our employee benefits plan.
In 2020, Tina was promoted to the position of Finance Manager.
She is responsible for most of the company’s financial functions including aggregating key corporate financial information, overseeing accounts payable, developing budgets, day–to-day administration of our 401k plan and other financial related matters.
Nannette Johnson, MBA
Human Resources Manager
University of Phoenix
Online Studies – Philadelphia, PA
Master of Business Administration/Healthcare Management
University of Phoenix
Online Studies – Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Science -Business Administration/e-Business
Nannette joined the MCC Family Services team in 2022.
She has worked in Human Resources since 2009 and possesses a broad range of experience in the healthcare and behavioral health sector.
Nannette is responsible for overseeing and managing all Human Resources functions including recruiting, hiring, employee relations, benefits, family medical leave, workers compensation, regulatory compliance, and reinforcing/implementing company policy.
She is dedicated to assuring timely and accurate responses to staff inquiries and requests.
Nannette has a strong desire to help others succeed and achieve success in their roles. This is key to both their professional development and self- esteem.
Her experience, training and commitment to lifelong learning and personal development has contributed to her success in this role.
Lorma Capili Mangin
Manager, Associates HomeCare
Quality Assurance Manager
Lorma Capili Mangin joined MCC Family Services, Inc. in 2015. Over her career with us, Lorma’s duties have expanded as the company’s needs have grown. Lorma began working at the Warwick House residential services location, serving first as the Admissions Administrative Assistant. She was then promoted to the corporate Quality Assurance Manager in 2016, followed by corporate Privacy Officer in 2017. In these roles she is responsible for maintaining quality and regulatory standards across all programs, conducting animated departmental audits and compliance training using stories and examples to help staff learn in a teamwork environment.
In 2023, Lorma was promoted to the role of Associates Home Care Program Manager. She is excited to use her people management and leadership skills to develop and enhance our In-Home Personal Care for Older Adults and Home/ Community Habilitation for the Intellectually Disabled Programs.
On a personal note, Lorma has been a lacrosse official since 2000, has worked her way up the high school and collegiate ranks, earning her World Lacrosse Rating in 2019.
Lorma is passionate about culinary experiences, devours reading and audiobooks, enjoys travelling the globe, and spending quality competitive game time with her family.
Early Childhood Director at Bright Beginners Academy
Bachelor of Social Work in Honors Program
Samar Zehra comes with many years of child and youth experience in many different capacities.
Samar joined the Bright Beginners Academy team in August 2023. She moved here from Canada, where she has worked with children and youth. Samar comes to Bright Beginners Academy with over 13 years of experience in early childhood education and child development. Her passion for cultivating young minds and creating a space where children can flourish has been a driving force throughout her career.
Samar’s commitment to BBA families is unwavering. She believes that every child is a unique individual with boundless potential, and she is dedicated to creating an atmosphere that encourages exploration, learning, and growth. She values open communication and collaboration with parents, as their insights and involvement play a crucial role in shaping our community.