We recently added 3 new faces to our team who will bring a fresh perspective and new ideas. Meet our new Chief Program Officer Shola Bolaji, Corporate Compliance Officer & General Counsel Dawn, McClary, and Director of Clinical Services Nkechi Osuji.
Shola Bolaji – Chief Program Officer
Shola has over 28 years of extensive experience, with 20 years in leadership and management, ranging from clinical, teaching to consulting. Prior to coming to AABR, he helped agencies maintain compliance while promoting health and safety in the field of intellectual disabilities. He prides himself in creating a solid workforce through recruiting quality staff and providing current staff with strong training. Shola now oversees AABR’s Clinical Services, Residential Program, Day Habilitation, and Community Habilitation. He is responsible for the overall strategy, operations, and outcomes for our service delivery programs.
Dawn McClary – Corporate Compliance Officer & General Counsel
Dawn is an accomplished Legal Counsel with Not-for-Profit, Corporate and International NGO expertise who is adept at managing legal business and healthcare matters. At her previous employers, she was an active advisor on legal issues involving government and regulatory compliance. Dawn is skilled at reviewing legal data and advising on appropriate legal action. She’ll now use her expertise to work with management and staff to identify and manage our regulatory risk while ensuring that AABR complies with all outside regulatory and legal requirements.
Nkechi Osuji – Director of Clinical Services
Nkechi is a Board-Certified Registered Nurse and a Certified Care Manager. She has provided a continuum of health and nursing services for children and adults with a focus on achieving improved outcomes in health and wellness. She has been responsible for oversight of nursing and care coordination for such programs as early childhood, foster care, and juvenile justice programs, as well as an array of community-based healthcare programs for individuals with developmental disabilities. Nkechi is in the process of assessing our current clinical programs’ needs. She and the clinical care team will work on centralizing clinical services for more cohesive and coordinated, effective, cost-effective service delivery.