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Meet The Team


Halie Tumbleston

Executive Director

Halie, BCBA & M.S. Curriculum & Instruction, started her career as a special education teacher for high school students with moderate to severe disabilities. She expanded her career in ABA while co-founding Be the Change. She is currently working to affirm neurodiverse practice as a BCBA. In her free time, she enjoys spending her time with her Great Dane, Flower & her 2 cats, Jamungii & Petri. 


Shaina Bermudez


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Shaina, BCBA & M.S. in Curriculum & Instruction, began her career as a high school resource & cross-category teacher for disabled students. She felt called to work more closely with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) & became an ABA therapist. 

Shaina enjoys creating ceramic arts, crafting, yoga, gardening, & spending time with her husband & son.

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Ashley Eppes

Community Connection Director

Ashley is a BCaBA with experience in providing private ABA services to individuals with special needs. Growing up, her family was involved and volunteered in many non-profit organizations including her family's non-profit organization, Angels of Light, which benefiting children and families with life-threatening illnesses. She lives in Mount Pleasant, SC with her husband, Blake, & two children, Coast & Darby Pearl.

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Bree Schorr

Marketing Advisor

Bree, who earned her BA in Business Administration has experience as an event coordinator in Marketing. She actively seeks out opportunities to stay involved in the community - both personally and professionally and is excited to be apart of the Be the Change team! You can find her outdoors exploring new places, checking out new coffee shops with friends an spending time with family.


Amy Hatten

ETE Coach

Amy, M.S., CRC, earned a Masters degree from University of Wisconsin- Madison in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling. She previously served as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor providing counseling and guidance to those with disabilities, primarily blindness and visual impairments, who were seeking employment opportunities. Through her own lived experience of acquiring a physical disability, she gained a passion to advocate, educate and raise awareness of people with disabilities to break down misconceptions, stigmas and stereotypes. Her hobbies outside of work range from being outdoors, swimming, biking, walking, weightlifting, baking, traveling and spending time with family and friends!


Diana Gray

Social Media Specialist

Diana has worked in Property Management and has worked at a summer camp with kids and horses. She wanted to work with Be The Change to gain more experience with Social Media. She currently is our Social Media Specialist. Diana enjoys cooking, painting, gardening, hiking, yoga, and traveling.

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