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ACCE Executive Hub

The ACCE executive hub coordinates the other hubs and activities, does community outreach, and offers programming to the community, such as exercise and fitness classes, inclusive playdates, parents and caregiver workshops and groups.

The University of Scranton hub has three behavioral assessment rooms, where students in the Applied Graduate Post-Masters Certificate will gain educational experiences with individuals diagnosed with Autism.

Executive Hub Events & Programs

Meet Our Staff

Erin A. Dunleavy, Ph.D., Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence Project Manager

erinimage002.jpgDr. Dunleavy has advanced degrees in several areas - Ph.D. in Human Development, MA in Psychology, and MA in History. For three years, Erin worked as an HIV/AIDS case manager at the Wright Center for Primary Care where she developed an extensive knowledge of public benefits and local resources in the community.

Erin also worked at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine as the Assistant Director of Assessment where she developed evaluations and conducted analyses to assess the programs at the institution.

As the project manager, Erin is collaborating with all the partners in ACCE to help streamline services in the area.