AccessCNY recently added two new members to its leadership team. LYNNETTE SHERWOOD has been named AccessCNY’s new associate director for day habilitation and community-based services. Sherwood received her bachelor’s degree from the College of Saint Rose and brings more than 21 years of human-services experience. She has served the participants of AccessCNY/Transitional Living Services for the past 12 years in her positions as a Medicaid-service coordinator and program manager for Deaf Services and Community Habilitation. Most recently, Sherwood served as the program director for Day Habilitation and the David Clark Learning Center at AccessCNY.
Additionally, ADAM SOPER has joined the organization as director of information-technology systems and data governance. Soper is new to AcessCNY, coming to the company from St. Joseph’s Imaging Associates. He brings more than 15 years of experience in systems engineering, computer networking, user support, project management, and leadership to the organization. He also worked at L&JG Stickley in the past. Soper is a veteran of the U.S. Army.