Elliot Frank

Elliot is the President of the Autism Housing Development Corporation of Pittsburgh. He has been actively involved in the autism community for 12 years, serving 8 years as Board chair for ABOARD’s Autism Connection of PA. He has worked in the manufacturing, medical and software development fields. He and his wife live in Wexford. They have three adult sons, one of whom is on the spectrum living independently.

Stan Hasselbusch

Stan was born and raised in Iowa. He is a graduate of the University of Dubuque. His business career spanned 40 years with the L.B. Foster Company. He served as President and CEO the last 10 years.

Stan retired in 2012. He continues to be involved and committed to charitable causes. In addition to serving on AHDCP Board of Directors, he also serves on the Carnegie Natural History Museum Board.

He resides in Wexford with wife Patti and daughter Ana.

Mary Levine

Ms. Levine is the former Director of Legal Affairs for the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA), where she served as a staff attorney for more than 10 years and as the Manager of its Transactions and Preservation Section. Ms. Levine's focus during her tenure at MSHDA included the oversight of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Programs, a complete rewrite of the LIHTC Program's Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP), oversight of MSHDA's troubled multi-family development property portfolio with emphasis on loan restructuring and subsidized housing preservation.  Ms. Levine is a licensed real estate appraiser, real estate broker and attorney.

Karen Markle

Karen Markle is the Executive Vice President for Education and Autism Services at NHS Human Services. She provides oversight to all the NHS Human Services schools which consists of seventeen specialized schools blending behavioral supports and education for students with an autism spectrum disorder or emotional support need in Pennsylvania. Karen holds a master's degree in Adult Education and Counseling, as well as a bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She received her Behavior Analyst Certification and Autism Professional Development Certification from Pennsylvania State University. Karen has more than 20 years of experience in the mental health field, and 17 years specifically dedicated to children and families impacted by an autism spectrum disorder.

David McMaster

David McMaster has been a real estate attorney for 30 years. He is active in the autism community and has served on the board of directors of ABOARD’s Autism Connection of PA since its inception 15 years ago. He is married and has triplets, one of whom is on the autism spectrum.

Freddye Stover

Facing the challenges of being a RN, musician, and mother of an autistic son, Fredericka Stover has the saying, "No matter what, don't let nothing drag your spirit down! "
She has been a RN for 27 years. She is currently working for the Veterans Administration of Pittsburgh. “Miss Freddye” as she is known locally, has been a professional musician since 1996 and has her own blues band and performs in the Tri-State area. She first became interested in music when her son was diagnosed on the autism spectrum. She would play different genres of music for him. Which eventually lead him to love music today! She has given her time to host benefits for autism, homeless veterans, battered women, and Relay for Life thru the American Cancer Society.