Sharon Greene, MA, Director of Individualized Education Services
Sharon Greene is the Director of Individualized Education Services at AERI. Sharon has fourteen years of experience working with children with ASD and multiple disabilities, first within the Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services System (BHRS), and also in the field of Special Education. Sharon is active in her community.
She is an adjunct professor at St. Vincent College, teaching a graduate course in autism. Through AERI, Sharon is the Chair of the Central Westmoreland Transition Council and is on the Management team of the Westmoreland County Special Olympics. Sharon has developed many volunteer opportunities for the students with Autism and Emotional Support needs.
Sharon's biggest passion is bullying prevention. Greene is a National Certified Trainer of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, and works actively across Pennsylvania to implement the program in private and public schools, with the most recent being The University School in Shadyside, a college preparatory school offering grades 9-12. .
Sharon has a Master of Special Education Degree from Seton Hill University and holds professional memberships in the Council for Exceptional Children, The International Bully Prevention Association, and the Autism Society of America Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Chapter.
“I came to AERI because I am given the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and families within my own community. “