Sarahan named executive director of Monarch Institute for Neurological Differences
The Monarch School Board of Trustees named Dr. Neal Sarahan executive director of its Institute for Neurological Differences.
Sarahan, who has 10 years of experience as the school's Challenger and Voyager program director, spearheaded Monarch's Learning Center, as well as its Life Academy and Transitional Services programs, according to a Monarch School news release
Sarahan currently serves on the executive board of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and volunteers at the Houston Chapter of Heifer International. He earned a Ph.D. in Applied Developmental Psychology from the Union Institute and has experience as an urban lobbyist, playground designer and certified special education teacher and trainer, according to the release.
The school says it will benefit from Sarahan's ability to help people with neurological difference, such as Autism, realize their full potential.
"Our team is poised to make significant local, regional, and national contributions to empower individuals with neurological difference to lead productive, contributory lives," Sarahan said in the press release.
For more information about the school, or Sarahan, please visit www.monarchschool.org.
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