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OADSP is governed by a non-profit Board of Directors. Each Board member brings a unique perspective to the table, and all donate their time, talent, and experience to OADSP.

Angie grew up in rural Licking County, and she expressed her interest in supporting others early and often: before starting her adult career, she worked as a swim instructor, lifeguard, camp counselor, daycare provider, and college math tutor. While employed at Hopewell Federal Credit Union, she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from The Ohio State University and graduated in 2001. A year later, she was hired as Service Coordinator for the Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities. She has remained with the Board since then, and was promoted in 2023 from Director of Provider & Transition Supports to Chief Operations Officer. She continues to live in rural Licking County with her husband and two daughters. Angie is OADSP Board Vice President.

Angie Finck
Ethan McPeake

An Ohio native, Ethan went out west for a B.A. in Communication from Arizona State University. He’s worked in the insurance and benefits industry for nearly 20 years, and he started his own firm, New Era Benefits Consulting, in 2013. He and his wife have two children, and all four of them enjoy time together gardening, traveling domestically and internationally, and modifying sports cars.

Gwen’s involvement with the I/DD field began with her son’s autism diagnosis in 2000, and since then, she’s been an active advocate for individuals with disabilities, working and volunteering with numerous supportive organizations. She currently serves as a Program Director for Ohio Center for Autism & Low Incidence (OCALI). In her off-hours, Gwen is an avid video gamer.

Gwendolyn Harshaw
Jason Ebbing

An executive skilled in leadership development, operations and change management, and process design, Jason earned a Bachelor’s in Computer Science from the University of Cincinnati and a Master’s in Business Administration from Xavier. Jason and his wife have two children, and they live in Cincinnati. The whole family enjoys spending time with loved ones and traveling. Jason is OADSP Board Treasurer.

Jessica is an Associate with Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter, in Columbus, Ohio, and focuses on intellectual property and business, working with clients to help develop IP strategies, navigate through marketing issues, and negotiate general commercial contracts. Fond of Columbus and its foodie-friendly scene, Jessica is also an avid traveler – and when she isn’t traveling, she might be found at German Village’s Book Loft, or kicking it on a soccer field. She’s close with her family, including siblings who work in or are studying fields which provide services to individuals with I/DD, and their connection to the field led to her involvement with OADSP’s Board of Directors.

Jessica Skelly
Meg Nachtwey

Meg is the Associate Executive Director at Welcome House, Inc., in northeast Ohio. Her work focuses on general management responsibilities, developing relationships in the community, fundraising, planning, and volunteer management. Prior to joining Welcome House, Meg worked as an independent consultant to develop the fundraising capabilities of several northeast Ohio organizations. Meg earned a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Organizations from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelor of Arts from Hillsdale College. She and her husband are the proud parents of four amazing kids, and one of Meg’s favorite pastimes is cooking for them. Meg is OADSP Board Secretary.

Randy was born and raised in Plain City, Ohio. After high school, he earned an Associate’s degree in Medical Assisting, and then worked in private pediatrics for 18 years. Looking for a change, Randy became an Independent Provider of I/DD services, and after 7 years of running his business out of his home, he took a home management position with Champaign Residential Services, Inc., (CRSI). Six years later, he was a Program Specialist, and he continues in that role presently, supervising and monitoring several of CRSI’s homes. Randy has served on OADSP’s Frontline Supervisor Council, and is a Leadership LAUNCHpad alum. He’s also a Certified Instructor for the American Red Cross. Randy enjoys time with his two adult daughters, a granddaughter, and two grandsons, and his interests include Native American culture and bead work.

Rebecca Sharp Porter

Becky began her career at Open Door (formerly Columbus Center for Human Services) in the 1990s, and her first position was DSP. Today, she is the agency’s Executive Director. Traveling up that career ladder, Becky’s sense of professional mission and personal purpose strengthened: support individuals with I/DD by enhancing self-worth, encouraging development, and instilling self-advocacy for DSPs. Becky enjoys time with her four adult children, her dogs, and her husband. She likes to relax with reggae music, crafting, and outdoor sports. Becky is OADSP Board President.

Sarah has worked with people with disabilities, parents, and other stakeholders within the I/DD field for over 20 years. She started her career as a Direct Support Professional, and has worked for a County Board of DD, led a private provider agency, and now represents GT Independence as its statewide Director of Relationships. Sarah holds a B.S. in Psychology and an M.L.S. with a focus on Disability Studies and Women and Gender Studies from the University of Toledo. Additionally, she has done extensive research and training in Trauma-Informed Care, Trauma-Responsive Care, and Healing-Centric Approaches. From TEDx speaking engagements, to leading conference sessions, to parent mentoring, Sarah has centered her career not only on improving the lives of people with disabilities, but also on developing the communities and supports that surround them.

Sarah Davies
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