STEP Services for TN Schools
STEP Team Members and Board Of Directors Say Farewell to Joey Ellis
Harrison, Executive Director of STEP, Inc. regretfully announces the
resignation of Joey Ellis as the Middle Tennessee Regional Coordinator. He
and his wife, Allie have relocated to Indianapolis, IN. Mr. Ellis, has worked
with STEP for nearly five years. During that time he has provided excellent
services to families who have children with disabilities, youth with special
needs, and those who serve them. Joey worked his last day with STEP at the TN
Disability Mega Conference, providing information and support with his
signature smile and positive attitude!
On behalf of the Board of Directors and his STEP co-workers, we would like to
thank Joey for his dedication and service. We wish him the best of success as
he assumes his new position, Employment Consultant with Sycamore Services in
Indianapolis. In this position he will be helping individuals with disabilities
gain and maintain meaningful employment. You can send congratulation wishes to Joey
STEP honored Joey with a "Big Orange" farewell reception, in
Nashville, during the Tennessee Disability MegaConference. Visit the STEP
Facebook page soon for some fun photos from the reception! https://www.facebook.com/steptn.
Patricia Valladares, STEP’s Bilingual Multicultural Community Engagement
Coordinator, is available to continue meeting the needs of families and youth
in Middle Tennessee. She can be reached at 615-463-2310 or at email@example.com.
Although we recognize there is no replacing Joey, STEP, Inc. will accept
applications soon for this position. Job description and requirements
will be posted on the STEP website.
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