Serving the Green Bay community and led by Kerry Hoops, our talented team of clinicians provide individualized, evidence-based programs in client’s home, at our learning centers, in the community and/or school. Our Green Bay center also offers Evaluation and Diagnosis, and Social Skills Groups.
Wisconsin Early Autism Project is a part of the LEARN Provider Network.
I love working at WEAP because every day is something new. There are surprises, celebrations, and challenges around every corner!
Kerry Hoops is the Clinical Director for Wisconsin Early Autism Project’s Green Bay Region. Kerry began working with children with autism while she was in college at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, where she received a BS in Psychology and Human Development. She continued her education at Ball State University, where she received a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. Kerry has been working with children with autism for over 20 years. She has a passion for teaching children, families, and staff evidence-based practices. Kerry has been an active Board Member for the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin for over 5 years.
It is exceptionally rewarding to be part of the growth we see daily at our Green Bay clinic. I am fortunate to be a part of a team making so much positive change for our clients and their families.
Jamie Schuh is an Assistant Clinical Director and Clinical Supervisor at WEAP Green Bay. Jamie graduated from University of Wisconsin-La Crosse with a BA in History and Purdue University with a MA in History. Jamie first worked with children with disabilities while working in the school system before beginning his career with WEAP. He has been working with children on the Autism spectrum for over 10 years and became a BCaBA in 2014. Jamie has led the Registered Behavioral Technician Training at the Green Bay center and also manages the Behavioral Therapist Intern training program for the Green Bay center.
It brings me great joy to see the progress made daily by our clients hard work with the dedication of our employees to help them. I am constantly learning something new! I greatly feel that we are not only teaching the children, but in turn they are teaching us too!
Samantha is an Assistant Clinical Director for the WEAP Green Bay clinic. Samantha attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point where she majored in Psychology with a double minor in Sociology and Child and Family Studies. Samantha began her career with WEAP in 2009 as a Behavioral Technician out of the WEAP Eau Claire clinic and upon graduation transferred to the WEAP Green Bay location, where she is originally from. Samantha has held numerous positions at the WEAP Green Bay location including Behavioral Technician, Behavioral Treatment Therapist, Lead Technician Coordinator, Behavioral Treatment Therapist Supervisor, and now Assistant Clinical Director and Learning Center Director.