Interim Executive Director
Denise W. Fike
Marla Ker, LCSW-C
Marla happily joined the PLAN community part-time in late March 2009. She received a B.A. In English with a minor in Sociology from Connecticut College in New London, CT. After college she briefly attempted the corporate world in New York City as an assistant publicist at Little Brown but quickly realized that was not the path for her and chose to attend the Simmons School of Social Work in Boston, MA. Marla has had a myriad of experiences as a social worker, but has always chosen to be in the community utilizing community resources to help people meet their needs. She has worked with elders at risk, the Visiting Nurses, and Early Head Start. In 2019 she became PLAN's Clinical Director, the lead clinician, helping to ensure all our clients and families needs are met. Marla enjoys reading, being physically active and spending time with her two daughters.
Stacy Bourque-Belt, LCSW-C
Stacy Bourque-Belt has worked at PLAN since 1992. She has a Masters in Social Work and an undergraduate degree in psychology. Stacy strongly believes in PLAN's mission and has seen firsthand how a client's life can improve with our help. Stacy has a great husband, three wonderful children, and one cat. When she has a moment to herself, Stacy enjoys reading and working on Sudoku puzzles. She also enjoys spending time at the beach and exploring lighthouses.
Elynne T. Bunnag. LCPC
Elynne has worked at PLAN since 2002. She has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a Bachelors in Psychology. Elynne has worked in the mental health field for over 26 years and is very dedicated to helping people. She uses a bioppsychosocial approach in helping clients to maintain stability and achieve goals. Elynne is also a musician and a photographer. She greatly enjoys snowboarding, bike riding, hiking with her dogs, travel and has a strong interest in alternative medicine.
Sharon joined PLAN in June of 2021. She brought with her over 25 year of experience
in accounting for Non-Profits and a love for those with special needs.
Sharon received a B.S. in Communication Disorders (Teaching the Hearing Impaired)
from The Pennsylvania State University and has worked and volunteered with the
hearing impaired, language disabled, and children and adults with Down Syndrome.
In 1994, she began working as a Bookkeeper in the Non-Profit sector and moved up to Finance Manager in 2010, gaining much accounting and grant knowledge along the
way. When not working on spreadsheets and budgets, Sharon enjoys swimming, hiking, reading and spending time with her daughter, son, and daughter-in-law.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Steve Wallace, Ph.D President
Ruth Kevess-Cohen, MD, Vice President
Peter Merrill Ph.D, Treasurer
Betty Ferber, Secretary
Mariana Kastrinakis, MD
Mary Ellen Howarth
Morris Klein, Esq.