Where students with Autism achieve their highest potential.
FACE operates with a Board of Directors, which is responsible for the overall direction and policies of the school. Typically held in the library or office conference room, all meetings of the Board are open to the public and parents are welcome to attend.
Ron Sklaver is a Program Manager for global professional services firm EY, where is he transforming project management in the Firm’s Information Security team. Prior to joining the Firm, he was a Transformation Program Manager for Marinette Marine, builder of the US Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship, and part of Fincantieri, one of Europe’s largest shipbuilders, where he implemented reductions in the labor-hours needed to build this state-of-the-art naval vessel. For the $4BLN Ascena retail group, he helped senior leaders understand the inter-dependencies in their portfolio of transformation projects. Prior, Ron was a Transformation Program Manager for Tate & Lyle, a FTSE 100 British food ingredient manufacturer operating in 40 countries, where he worked closely with C-level executives to translate company objectives into deliverable, transformative projects. Previously, he was a Vice President in the Portfolio Management practice at UMT Consulting Group (now part of EY), establishing the PMO and providing the portfolio governance solution for a top-tier global defense contractor among other clients. Ron also founded the PMO for ADP Time & Labor Management, where he developed their service delivery methodology. He first became interested in the transformative nature of projects while managing a portfolio of software applications for Arthur Andersen. Ron is ITIL Foundation certified and a PMP, has an inactive CISA, and presented papers on portfolio management at several PMI Global Congresses. He earned an MBA in Finance and Economics from Columbia University, and lives in Tampa Bay with his fabulously patient wife, three terrific daughters and two bemused cats.
Judy Williams has a degree in Music Education from the University of South Florida and a Masters of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Saint Leo University. She has been teaching both elementary and secondary music in Hillsborough County since 2002 and currently serves as the Choral Director and Electives Department Chair at Davidsen Middle School. Judy is also the Conductor of Lumina Amaiza, the intermediate choir for Lumina Youth Choirs, a non-profit choral arts organization serving the Tampa Bay area. Lumina Youth Choirs performs locally, nationally, and internationally in choral festivals, concerts and competition settings. Her choirs consistently receive Superior and Gold ratings.
Judy has sung with the USF Chamber Singers, the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay, and the St. Lawrence Chorale. She is an active member of the National Association for Music Education, the American Choral Directors Association, serving as co-chair of the Florida ACDA Treble Honor Choir, and the Florida Vocal Association, where she currently serves as our District 7 chair. Judy has served on the FACE Board of directors since 2014. She believes in the FACE mission to help students with autism reach their highest potential. She resides in Tampa with her husband and two sons.
Sherry Maklary is an executive with Johnson & Johnson with a proven track record of demonstrated successes in global strategic influence, thought leadership, value creation, and global cross-functional expertise. She is currently completing her doctorate in Educational Leadership and Human Resource Development, earned an MBA in International Business, a Master of Science in Taxation with additional certifications in International Tax and SALT, as well as a BS in Accounting. She has worked and lived abroad with 20+ years of experience contributing diversified perspectives and bringing strategic insights and execution excellence in an array of disciplines. Sherry is a Wellness Coach, Certified Behavior Change Specialist (ACSM), Certified Personal Trainer (ACMP), Certified Change Management Professional (ACMP), Keynote Speaker, and author. She enjoys travel, scuba diving, running, mountain climbing, cooking, pet rescue, and philanthropy. Fun facts: She met her husband shark diving, she loves people more than numbers, and is passionate in helping people achieve their personal best!
If you have questions, concerns, would like to place an item on the Governing Board agenda, or would like to contact the FACE Board of Directors, including the FACE Parent Representative, you may do so by sending an e-mail to: Face_board@faceprogram.org
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Florida Statue 1012.42- Notification of Out of Field Teachers
All educators in Florida are monitored to ensure they meet certification and training requirements as mandated by law. Per Florida Statute 1012.42, when a teacher is assigned teaching duties out of the field in which the teacher is certified, the parents of all students in the class shall be notified in writing. Per the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), we are also required to notify parents when their child has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher not highly qualified for that class.
All of our teachers are certified to teach, although some of them are currently out-of-field and/or not highly qualified (HQ) and are working on additional areas of certification. You have the right to know the professional qualifications of the teachers or paraprofessionals who instruct your child. Federal law allows you to ask for certain information about your child’s teachers and requires us to give you this information in a timely manner if you ask for it. If you would like more information, please contact the school at 813.985.3223
Click (Out-of-Field-Teachers) to see a table of teachers who are currently out-of-field and/or not highly qualified (HQ).