Lindy Perry-Garnette, MSW

Executive Director

Lindy Perry-Garnette, MSW was selected as the Executive Director of The Arc of Greensboro in July 2021. She has over 35 years of experience in human services management in the nonprofit sector as well as in local government and has a life-long passion for advocating for those who need a voice. Lindy began her career developing and managing residential and supported employment opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities I/DD. She holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. Lindy serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor for the University of Maryland Global College, where she teaches Diversity Awareness and Disability Studies. In addition to her professional work, Lindy is the parent of an adult son with intellectual disabilities and mental health challenges.

Andrea Smith

Andrea Smith

Director of arcBARKS


Andrea Smith has been the Assistant Director of arcBARKS since May 2018. She attended UNCG for Biological and Cultural Anthropology before making a career switch to professional baking. Andrea came to arcBARKS with a background in professional baking and business management.  Since Andrea joined The Arc of Greensboro, arcBARKS has utilized her Research and Development experience and expertise to release two new types of treats.  Andrea loves her position at arcBARKS and the opportunity to teach arcBARKS Bakers all the processes that go into treat production.


Alison Brubaker, M.Ed. Q.P.

Program Director

Alison Brubaker is the Supported Employment Program Director at The Arc of Greensboro. She holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree with a focus on Interdisciplinary Studies of Preschool Education and Development. Her educational background includes a B.A. in Public Relations and Communication Studies, which she earned at UNC-Greensboro.

Prior to her current role, Alison gained experience in various positions. She worked as an Employment Specialist for Project SEARCH at Moses H. Cone Hospital. Additionally, she served as a Tutor and Substitute Teacher in Guilford County Schools.

Alison has been with The Arc of Greensboro for 11 years and recently became a Work Incentives Practitioner (WIP-C) to better assist clients with Social Security Benefits.

Outside of her professional life, Alison has a passion for photography and enjoys spending quality time with her family, including her husband John, three children and her grandson Jack.

If you need to contact Alison, her email address is Abrubaker@arcg.org.


Maddie Ward

Program Director & Skills Trainer for Project SEARCH

Maddie started with The Arc of Greensboro in 2020 as a graduated assistant. After completing her master's degree in therapeutic recreation, she moved to Georgia to complete an internship in Adventure Therapy for people with disabilities, serious illnesses, and other life challenges. Now back at The Arc, her goal is to provide opportunities for social learning and other meaningful leisure activities. In her new role, she will be directing the Challenger Sports programs, as well as all other social and educational events and programs. In her free time, she loves to be outside running and biking.


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Jada Dunn

Financial Office Manager

Jada Dunn has been with the Arc of Greensboro since April 2022. She started as our Special Projects Specialist, assisting with events and donation tracking. Beginning in August 2022 Jada assumed the role of Financial Office Manager. Jada is very passionate about the work she does and will assist in any way possible. She is eager to teach and also continuing education to be able to assist our clients and the team of the Arc of Greensboro. Jada has over 5 years working with non-profit organizations in the triad area. In her spare time, she enjoys fishing and spending time with her family and volunteering with events and other programs with the Arc of Greensboro and other non-profit agencies.


Angela Daniels



Erika Gabriel

Community Navigator




Billie Jones, M.Ed

Job Development and Supported Employment


Billie Jones, M.Ed is a Job Specialist. She has an undergraduate degree from West Virginia University in Elementary Education and a Masters Degree from UNC Chapel Hill in Special Education. Billie spent 32 Years teaching with Guilford County Schools. She is in her 8th year working with The Arc. Billie can be reached at: bjones@arcg.org

Edwina Perren

Day Program & Supported Employment


Jamie Rauschkolb

Day Program




Stela Tomas

Employment Specialist

Stela Tomas is an Employment Specialist at The Arc of Greensboro. She has served individuals with I/DD since 1989. Stela's experience includes working in day programs across different agencies. Since January 2008 Stela has worked with The Arc of Greensboro assisting consumers with job placements. She thrives on seeing consumers find success in their jobs, and in their lives, enjoying activities such as attaining a driving license, living independently and being successful in all endeavors of their choosing. Stela considers it a privilege to be allowed to participate in the lives of those she serves by way of lending her assistance and support. Stela can be reached at: stomas@arcg.org

David Williams

Supported Employment



Marcy Williams

Supported Employment

Marcy Williams is a Community Navigator. She started with The Arc of Greensboro as a volunteer and joined the staff in 2015 as a Billing Specialist. In 2018 Marcy transferred to the Community Navigator program as she wanted to help more individuals and families with advocacy and support. For many years prior to coming to The Arc, Marcy was a paralegal. She left employment for about 13 years to care for a family member with special needs. Marcy may be reached at: mwilliams@arcg.org

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Tanetta Kelley

Project Search Job Coach

Charles Boyd

Charles Boyd


Charles has been the part-time Custodian with The Arc of Greensboro since May 1989. He makes sure the offices are spotless and clutter free. In addition to his custodial work, Charles brings a bright smile to work every day and entertains staff with his beautiful voice.

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Leah Isaac


Leah has been the part-time Receptionist with The Arc of Greensboro since 2012. She is a 2006 graduate of Eastern High School. Since beginning work with The Arc of Greensboro, Leah has gotten her driver's license and a van making getting to and from work much easier. Leah has lived in her own apartment since 2016.