Community Inclusion Team Coordinator
Ms. Odom joined TLC Outcomes Service in 2013 as a Case Manager and was recently promoted to the position of Community Inclusion Team Coordinator. In this position, Ms. Odom supervises the Community Development Service activities and programs. She has experience working with adults with developmental disabilities as a case manager, employment specialist, and as a supervisor in a residential program before joining TLC Outcomes Service. She was highly effective as a job coach. Ms. Odom has much experience in providing an enriched quality of life in the community for the clients she served. She also has strong management skills in planning and administration as well as supervising staff and assisting in hiring direct support professionals.
Workforce Development Specialist
Mr. Doyle joined TLC Outcomes Service in 2010. He received his bachelor’s degree in English from Towson University. As a Workforce Development Specialist, he supports Outcomes individuals in addressing vocational barriers and preparing for employment. Additionally, Mr. Doyle performs Vocational Evaluation Assessments (VE). In 2016, Outcomes established programs for Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) through Maryland DORS for eligible students with disabilities. Mr. Doyle facilitates the Life after High School program (fall and spring), Workplace Success program (summer Sessions 1 & 2), and Job Exploration Services. Mr. Doyle values the talent of his teammates and their contributions to supporting our mission.
Donna Cruickshank, LCSW-C
Ms. Cruickshank is an experienced Licensed Social worker with a Master’s degree and more than 30 years of experience. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Catholic University. Ms. Cruickshank has in-depth knowledge and experience working with people with mental health issues, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse problems. She has effectively provided individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy. Ms. Cruickshank has strong skills in working with adults and children. She has worked in schools as well as in private practice. Previously, Ms. Cruickshank was Assistant Director of a residential program for students with developmental disabilities.