Keldrick Wright, of Maplewood NJ, has a BA in Human Services/Business Management and has dedicated his life to one of service in helping children and young adults who have developmental and intellectual disabilities. Keldrick began his career as certified Crisis Prevention and Intervention Trainer and Teachers Assistant at Northwest Essex Community Healthcare Network in Belleville, NJ– a school for children with severe emotional and behavioral disorders. He moved on to work in Crisis Intervention at Mt. Carmel Guild Academy in West Orange, NJ; also a school for elementary and high school aged students with developmental, behavioral and intellectual disabilities. From 2010 to 2016 Keldrick served as the Vocational Director for ECLC of NJ’s PRIDE Programs.
Over a span of 10 years Keldrick worked with and became Co-Director of Gateway to Social Opportunity based in Summit, NJ– a community-based weekend activities group for children and adults with special needs. Throughout the years, Keldrick has consistently worked privately with families of children with special needs as a caretaker and Direct Service Professional.
In 2014 Keldrick began a mission of creating housing solutions for adults who seek more independence. To date, he manages a home of 3 full time residents, provides overnight weekend respites and also runs community-based weekend activities.
Jennifer Moy is the Program Director for WILO NJ. She is a graduate of Fordham University.
Her experience in serving the special needs community includes Center Director at ECLC of NJ in Chatham where she expanded the PRIDE II center for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Over a span of seven years, she worked as Support Coordinator and later Support Coordinator Supervisor at Neighbours Inc, where she worked directly with hundreds of individuals and their families – connecting them to division-funded services and community resources in order to assist individuals in creating paths to meaningful and productive lives.
While at Neighbours Inc, Jennifer acted as liaison between the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) and support coordinators throughout the state, managing the precarious transition between multiple state-funded DDD programs to today’s Medicaid Fee for Service model. She also served as the Coordinator of Mentors and Advocacy, a special contract provided by DDD to Neighbours Inc. She and her team of seventeen family and peer mentors provided support and community outreach to individuals and families who were choosing to self-direct their lives and services throughout the state of New Jersey.
Director of Operations
Director of Finance
Director of Compliance
& Quality Assurance
Jessica Mallo, LSW
Licensed Social Worker
WILO Recreation Administrator
Ericka Haynes, LPN
Licensed Practical Nurse
Donnell Keene (Live-In Residential Counselor)
Brenda Roman (Live-In Residential Counselor)
AJ Silver (Live-In Residential Counselor)
Justyn Keene (Live-In Residential Counselor)
Mindy Montgomery (Live-Out Residential Counselor)
Kim Kim (Live-Out Residential Counselor)
Nicole Daily-Joyner (Team Supervisor)
John Gargiulo (Transportation Coordinator / Direct Support Professional)
Ona Ward (Direct Support Professional)
Corey Johnson (Direct Support Professional)
Nik Prithviiraj (Direct Support Professional)
Alley Hidalgo (Direct Support Professional)
Michael Bondy (Direct Support Professional)
Danielle McMillian (Direct Supports)
Carmen Mena (Direct Support Professional)
Jordan Raney (Direct Support Professional)
Taylor Whitaker-Lake (Direct Support Professional)
Vincent Bonds (Direct Support Professional)
Julio Cabrera (Direct Support Professional)
Alex Froymchuk (Direct Support Professional)
Alexis Armstrong (Direct Support Professional)
Mfon Essiet (Direct Support Professional)
Tyreke Smith (Direct Support Professional)
Siddiqah Nurallah (Direct Support Professional)
Aleaya Gordon (Direct Support Professional)
Tamara Huth-Gargiulo (Licensed Speech Pathologist)
Terri Humphries (Licensed Speech Pathologist)
Juliet Boles (Office Assistant)