The Executive Committee Members of Autism York all volunteer their time to create a much needed support network in our community. Additional volunteer opportunities are available. To contact a board member with a question, comment, or to find out how to get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Julie Rasmuson is the mother of two boys, the older of which is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Julie serves as the current President of Autism York. Julie also works in the local community as an education consultant. She enjoys volunteering as a part of this non-profit organization and helping to bring support to families on our shared journey.
Amy has two children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has been involved with Autism York since 2008, has been an Executive Committee Member and the Adult ASD Group Coordinator since 2009, and started serving as Vice President in 2016. As the coordinator of Autism York's Adult ASD Social Group, she holds monthly social events (dinners, bowling, snow tubing, mini golf, and other outings) for adults on the spectrum around age 18 and up to socialize and have fun. Visit Autism York's website to download a copy of our Transition Resource Guide, to view our calendar for information about upcoming events, or to contact Amy with your questions.
Dan is a CPA with Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP in York. He and his family moved from the Philadelphia metro area in 2015, where he previously worked for RSM (McGladrey). Dan enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, running, and playing board games. He is excited for the opportunity to give back to the local community and be involved with such a wonderful and caring organization.
Jessie Collier is the mother of two boys, ages 11 and 7. Her oldest child is on the Autism Spectrum and her youngest has Sensory Processing Disorder. As Meetings Coordinator, Jessie and the Meetings Committee plan, organize, and execute the Autism York Support Meetings for the north and south meeting locations. Jessie enjoys being part of Autism York and helping others in the community on the same journey."
Gina is the mother of a fifteen year old boy who is on the autism spectrum. She has served on the board of Autism York for eight years. Gina is responsible for our family social events. Her goal is to make sure our families enjoy a stress free and fun experience.
Kyle is currently an autism support teacher with the Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, a former PCA, and a former TSS with a local BHRS agency. He has 5 years’ experience following a year of substitute teaching in various classrooms. Kyle holds a BA degree in Secondary Education and is currently working on his Master's Degree in Special Education with an Autism Endorsement. Kyle is coordinator of the Autism York Teen Meet Up Group. Visit Autism York's website calendar for information about upcoming events or contact Kyle with questions or suggestions about the Teen Meet Up Group and their monthly social events.
Randi has joined Autism York as an Executive Member in early 2015, where she maintains the Autism York Lending Library. She has been a volunteer with Autism York since 2008, helping with events, childcare, and the Autism Walk/Expo. Randi is proud to be part of such a wonderful community oriented organization.