Meet the Staff
Take some time to learn about those involved with Shared Support Maryland, Inc.!
Melonee Clark is the mother of a teenage daughter with autism & a Support Broker for Shared Support MD. Her focus is supporting individuals & their families with disabilities obtain access to services, supports, & programs through out Prince George’s County Community. She is a Commissioner for the Prince George’s County Commission for Individuals with Disabilities. She is a 2000 graduate of The Arc of MD Partner in Policy Making Leadership Program & the Parent Coordinator for The Children Developmental Clinic Parent Session. Melonee also works with the Arc of Prince George’s County as the Outreach Program Administrator. email@example.com
Irene Souada has 22 years of experience working within systems that supports individuals with developmental disabilities. She hold a degree in Behavioral and Social Sciences from the University of Maryland and is bilingual in Spanish and English. Irene started out as a direct service professional in a traditional day program and a residential group home in New York. In Maryland, she gained experience working with individuals of varying abilities and support needs in her roles as direct service, management, and resource coordination. Irene is knowledgeable of the service delivery system in the Southern Maryland area and has expertise in person directed planning and conflict mediation. She looks forward to expanding her services to the Latino community in Maryland and continuing to help people transition from institution level of care to community based supports. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon Glass, OSB has devoted her life to promoting the quality of life and independence for people as they seek services to provide for their basic needs. Along with her work in the area of social justice, Sharon is a Spiritual Director, retreat leader, and a Benedictine oblate, and she continues to cultivate, promote and maintain relationships in her community through her connections in different and diverse groups, the support group she founded (FOCAS–Families of Children on the Autism Spectrum), and her church. Her reputation as a fair, committed and driven individual, person of high integrity, team player and strong problem solver is well known in the community. Walking with those on the margins and helping them to achieve a better quality of life, she believes, makes her a good match to work with people who seek social justice, self-sufficiency and feeling fully human in today’s global community. Sharon is the mother of a college honors student, and she is a graduate of University of Maryland University College with an undergraduate degree in Social Sciences. email@example.com