Our Team

Renée and Michelle developed the Pathways Parent Training Program. Both have specialized in the differential diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders along with educational programming and curriculum, and training teachers and staff. They are well versed in interventions for children on the spectrum from birth to adult. They have chosen to focus the Pathways Parent Training Program on the toddler population due to a dire need for well formulated, cost-effective, and progress-oriented programs for this special population.

Renée Thibodeau Hoffman

A Licensed Professional Counselor and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Renée holds two master’s degrees, one in Curriculum and Instruction and one in Educational Psychology.

Michelle DeAwn Campbell

A Certified Speech and Language Pathologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Michelle holds a Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders.

Wendy Robinson

Wendy, our business administrator, started out as a Pathways parent. Because of her experience, soon it became her passion to make this program available to as many other parents as possible. Wendy continues to fulfill her passion by keeping the business side of Pathways organized—and keeping us on track!

Melissa Looney
BS, BCBA Intern

Melissa, our Lead Trainer, started in the IDEA Part C program as a Pathways provider, and supportive Pathways master coach and has ten years of experience. Because of Melissa’s passion, she joined our team to help train and consult our agency trainees in program fidelity to successfully empower and impact the families they serve. Melissa is currently working on her Master’s degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Leticia Zapata-Falley (Letti)
M.Ed, BCBA Intern

Letti was a Pathways provider for 3 years and held the role as a Master Coach at her agency. Prior to the ECI world, Letti worked as an IDD case manager and fell in love with the world of ABA. She went back to school and completed her Master program! Letti will sit for her BCBA exam soon. She joined our team and assists with both agency trainings and consultations.

Ryann Koenig

Ryann Koenig graduated from Tarleton with a Special Education degree in 2002. She has been teaching for 17 years. Ryann and her husband, Kipp, have two children. Ryann is working on our curriculum for preschool-age children who will continue the Pathways program outside of ECI. She also works on the business side and helps get the Parent Manuals where they need to go. She is beyond grateful to work alongside her mom, Michelle Campbell.

Mattie Koenig

Mattie Koenig is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Advertising at Texas Tech University. She is looking to dedicate her life to making others better and thought that Pathways would be the perfect place to start. Mattie works with IT and advertising.

Adelle Sutton

Adelle is the newest member of the Pathways Team assisting with both agency trainings and monthly consultations. Adelle graduated from Texas A&M University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication and minors in Psychology and Business Administration. Adelle’s family was one of the first families to participate in the Pathways program. She quickly fell in love with the program and the information she was learning and went on to obtain her Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Angie L. Weakley

Angie, our illustrator, is a mother of two from the small East Texas town of Martins Mill. Her lifelong love of art has driven her to pursue her passion of drawing and try her hand at illustration. Her goal is to spark the imagination of children and help them find the courage to seek their own creative talent, whatever that may be.

Pamela Rollins

Dr. Rollins, a professor at University of Texas at Dallas does independent research on the Pathways program. She has completed five studies on the Pathways Parent Training Program.Four of the completed studies are large scale randomized controlled studies and she is now completing another two year large scale study. Dr. Rollins has over 30 years of clinical, research, and teaching experience focused on the development of social communication and language in typical children and children with ASD. Dr. Rollins’ early research focused on the critical evaluation of communication measures and the development of new measures that could be used with typical children and children with ASD. She has over 20 peer-reviewed publications, 45 conference proceedings, and a published book on this topic.

Interested in learning more about Pathways?

Get in contact today!