Case Managers

 

Brianna Deere, RBT

Brianna Deere graduated from University of North Texas with a Bachelor’s of Rehabilitation Studies in May of 2015. She started working with the BWF in 2015 shortly after graduating. Brianna became a Registered Behavior Technician January 1st of 2016

 

Matthew Walker, RBT

Matthew Walker is a Senior Therapist at the Brent Woodall Foundation. He joined the team in February 2014. Matthew studied at the University of North Texas where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis and a double minor in Psychology and Spanish. He is currently pursuing national certification in behavior analysis. Matthew first heard of behavior analysis while reading about the work of B.F. Skinner. After taking a course in Applied Behavior Analysis, he knew he had found his calling and changed his specialization from psychology to behavior analysis. Matthew volunteered at the Child Studies Center in Fort Worth and the Denton State Supported Living Center, through which he gained experience and developed a passion for working with children and adults with autism. Outside of the workplace, Matthew enjoys playing golf and racquetball and watching crime shows. His most preferred reinforcers are salsa and Dr. Pepper.

 

Sloan Shearer, RBT

Sloan Shearer is a case manager at the Brent Woodall Foundation for Exceptional Children. She has worked with the Foundation since 2013. Sloan helps teach the Preschool Readiness Education Program (PREP) and facilitates social skills groups. She has worked with children in a preschool setting since 2010 and holds a Child Development Associate Credential for the preschool environment. She is also pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the Dallas Baptist University. Sloan loves working with children and seeing them enjoy what they learn. Sloan has a beautiful little girl named Katie. In her free time, she teaches her daughter’s youth soccer team. Her most preferred reinforcers are chocolate and Dr. Pepper.

 
 

 

Solomon Henry, RBT

Solomon Henry is a case manager and Registered Behavior Technician at the Brent Woodall Foundation for Exceptional Children. He planted himself with the foundation in 2015 and is continuing to dig his roots deep in his involvement. Solomon has taken over the group 1 program which readies kids for a transition into the preschool environment with enthusiasm. He has brought a creative perspective to the foundation with his background in dance and team development. He has a passion to see children learn in an environment that is fun and excited. Outside of the workplace, Solomon is involved in a numerous amount of activities such as running, dancing, volunteering at his church and attending mission trips in and out of the country. His highest reinforcer is food and spending time with his friends and family.