Rebekah Wright, Board Advisor
Rebekah Wright is a graduate of North Greenville University where she obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology, and Louisiana State University Shreveport where she obtained her Masters in Health Administration. Rebekah began her career as a direct care staff at Springbrook Behavioral Health in 2012. Since then she has been able to utilize her talents and now is currently the Director of Patient Relations, Quality, and the Group Living Director. Rebekah has always had a focus on mental health awareness and the drive to advocate for those in need. Rebekah has over 5 years of experience with working with the Autism population and currently is a Registered Behavior Technician. Rebekah brings her skills in process improvements, project management, and advocacy to the Autism Family Education Fund team.
Rebecca Johnson, Board Advisor
Rebecca Johnson is the Quality, Data, and Media Specialist at Springbrook Behavioral Health System. She has worked freelance in website development and graphic design for most of her adult life. In 2013 she began working with the autism population at Springbrook Behavioral as a direct care staff. She then moved to the Quality and Patient Relations department in 2015 where she works at present. Rebecca’s work centers around quality improvement for patients and families as well as media management and online presence. Her personal experiences as well as years working with the autistic population at Springbrook have contributed to her passion for advocacy. Her desire in serving on the board is to see more education opportunities made accessible to the community in order to foster a better understanding and acceptance of individuals with autism and/or other developmental or neurological disorders.