Adult Service Leadership

Meet Bancroft’s Adult Services Leadership Team

Jenell Berard

Director, Adult Day Services

Berard oversees the daily operations of the Jacob Schaefer Center and primarily focuses on cultivating employee engagement, providing daily oversight and supervision for the program’s managers, and guiding daily program activity.

Berard joined the Bancroft Team in 2003 as a Clinical Associate in the Lindens program, where she held a variety of clinical and operational roles before accepting a residential director position for the Lakeside Program in 2015.

She is an experienced and dedicated leader, looking to enhance Bancroft's Adult Day Services through providing meaningful opportunities and structured programing.  She continues to emphasize employee training and development while promoting engagement across all Bancroft settings.

Jason Bintliff

Program Director, Adult Day Services

Bintliff has been with the Bancroft team since 2009 and is the Program Director over both the Lebensfeld and Bancroft at Burlington locations in Bancroft's Adult Day Services. Jason currently oversees operations at these two locations.

Starting in Bancroft's Adult Day Services as a Program Associate, Jason has held various roles within the organization, including Program Manager, UIR Coordinator, and Quality Improvement Specialist. This combined organizational knowledge has allowed Jason to operate from a global perspective as it relates to program leadership.

Prior to his time with Bancroft, Jason held various positions with other similar organizations, amassing 15 years of experience working with adults with developmental disabilities. In addition, Jason is a recent graduate of Wilmington University's Administration of Human Services graduate program.

Jessica Fedezko, BCBA

Senior Director for Adult Day and Employment Services

Fedezko oversees the program operations for the structured day and community employment programs serving adults with autism and intellectual disabilities in Camden and Burlington Counties.

She has worked with individuals who have developmental disabilities since 1998 and joined Bancroft in 2009. Prior to her current position, she worked with children, adolescents and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, dual diagnoses, and brain injury in multiple settings including private consultation, community living, residential facilities, and state institutions.

Jessica earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Elizabethtown College and a Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Penn State University.  She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Avi Glickman M.Ed, BCBA

Director of Adult Employment

Glickman is responsible for overseeing Adult Employment Services at Bancroft.  He has  more than 15 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with a variety of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Additionally, he  has spent the last 10 years focusing on improving employment outcomes for adults diagnosed with autism and other developmental disabilities.

Glickman earned his master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Clair Rohrer, M.Ed

Vice President, Community Residential Services - New Jersey

Clair Rohrer oversees all aspects of Bancroft’s community residential services for adults in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. With more than three decades of experience in the field, Clair has been with Bancroft since 1988. She helped open the Judith B. Flicker Residences in 2001 as well as the Brick program in 2003 and has since overseen significant growth in community group homes and apartments in New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Clair earned her undergraduate and master’s degrees from LaSalle University in Philadelphia.

Michelle Habingreither, M.Ed.

Senior Director, Community Residential Services - New Jersey

Michelle Habingreither joined Bancroft’s Community Services for Adults in 2004. She has more than two decades of experience working with children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities in residential programs and in their own homes. Michelle oversees group homes and supervised apartments that support people with a wide range of abilities throughout South Jersey as well as Bancroft’s Judith B. Flicker Residences. Additionally, Michelle chairs Bancroft’s Core Values Committee. Michelle earned both her undergraduate degree in psychology and her master’s degree in special education Wagner College. She is also an adjunct professor in the Human Services Department at Camden County Community College.

Janita Wise

Program Director, Community Residential Services - New Jersey

Janita Wise joined Bancroft in 1998, having begun her career in a direct care role. She soon became a Program Manager before becoming a Director in 2014. Janita’s expertise is successfully opening new programs and improving the process of identifying and preparing each new home.  Prior to joining Bancroft, Janita worked with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities in respite care as well as residential and vocational services for other organizations in Gloucester and Burlington Counties.

Reid Horrow

Program Director, Community Residential Services for Adults

Reid Horrow joined the Bancroft family in April of 2013. Mr. Horrow was previously the Director of Children's Residential Services with another non-profit agency before coming to Bancroft. Mr. Horrow has 20 years of experience working in the mental health field in a variety of settings including hospitals, outpatient settings, schools and various residential treatment facilities in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

He has also administered and authored psycho-sexual evaluations for children who were victims of sexual abuse and for juvenile offenders as an Evaluator at Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) in Philadelphia, PA. Mr. Horrow holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Science from Lynn University and a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Educational Psychology from West Chester University. He is also a nationally certified personal trainer.

Honora Cardelli

Program Director, Community Residential Services - New Jersey

Honora Cardelli joined Bancroft in 2000, and began her career in the Pediatric Program before joining Bancroft’s Adult Residential Program.  She began her tenure in a direct care role, and not long after she was promoted to Senior Program Associate.  Honora opened a group home in 2006 and managed the house until 2014 when she was promoted to Program Director. In her current role, she oversees group homes and supervised apartments while attending Camden County College to become a sign language interpreter.

Jeffery Tiger

Program Director, Judith B. Flicker Residences - New Jersey

Tiger joined Bancroft in 2015, after serving as the Assistant Director of Residential Services for an agency in Northern New Jersey.  Jeff oversees the Judith B. Flicker Residences and has more than two decades of experience in the areas of developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury, and addiction services.  He began his career in a direct care role and has held various positions since that time including program manager, day program director, assistant director and director.  Jeff is a certified recovery coach and frequently volunteers his time helping others.  He is also a certified American Red Cross instructor.

Karen Reiss

Program Director, Pennsylvania Residential Program

Karen Reiss brings more than three decades of experience serving adults with intellectual disabilities to Bancroft. She joined the organization in 1985 where she began in a direct care role. Over the years, she held various positions throughout the organization including program manager, area supervisor and director.

From 2001 to 2011, she was responsible for the operation Bancroft’s Delaware programs where she opened seven homes and was responsible for the day to day operations of 13 group homes. Additionally, she chaired the Disability Commission for the Delaware Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (DeLARF). In 2015, she became the director of the Pennsylvania Programs, where currently oversees 14 group homes and four apartments, located in southeastern Pennsylvania.

Kelly Engel

Associate Director, Pennsylvania Residential Program

Kelly Engel began her career at Bancroft in 2000 as a live-in direct care staff member and was quickly promoted to Program Manager. During her tenure in the Bancroft Delaware Program, Kelly assisted in developing and opening five homes.  She worked with the University of Delaware to establish and co-chair the First Direct Support Professional Committee. The DSP committee is dedicated to recognizing and advocating for Direct Support Professionals throughout the state and on a national level. Kelly is an active volunteer for Special Olympics, and sits on a number of organizational committees and work groups. In 2015 Kelly was promoted to Associate Program Director and is currently responsible for the operations of the Pennsylvania residential program.

Dennis Morgan, M.Ed.

Sr. Vice President of Community Solutions, Education and Adult Day & Employment Services

Dennis Morgan is a well-respected leader in Education, with expertise in educational, vocational and residential services for children and adults with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Since joining Bancroft in 2009 as the Senior Clinical Director for education and Director of Curriculum, Morgan has been dedicated to nurturing growth opportunities for individuals served within the organization and the community. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Early Education and Psychology from King’s College and a Certification in Special Education from West Chester University. Additionally, Morgan has a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from St. Joseph’s University and is in current pursuit of his Executive M.B.A. at Villanova University.

Morgan began his career in education as a special education teacher before becoming Principal of the Y.A.L.E. School in Cherry Hill, N.J. and later the Vanguard School in Malvern, Pa.

In 2003, Morgan received the Ruth K. Newman Award for Education Excellence in recognition of his work with students with developmental disabilities.

In addition to his fervent commitment to achieving excellence in his field, Dennis Morgan proudly serves as Captain in the 111th Attack Wing, Horsham Naval Air Station, of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard.  He was named the 2008 & 2009 Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, and is the recipient of a Commendation Medal from the United Stated Air Force.

Janine Yvette Gardner, M.A.,

CBIS Program Director, Bancroft NeuroRehab Residential Program

Janine Gardner came to Bancroft in 2008 as a Clinical Case Manager. At the time, she was beginning a Master of Urban Studies (Concentration in Community Development) program and was completely new to brain injury. Her career path included positions within the mental health field as a counselor for a partial care facility serving people with severe and persistent mental illness and working as a case manager for youth in the juvenile court system. She obtained her master’s degree in 2010, and since then Janine has remained dedicated to neurorehabilitation. Additionally, she has co-chaired Bancroft Unplugged in both Southern and Central New Jersey for five years.

Grace Cline

Program Director, Bancroft NeuroRehab Residential Program

Grace Cline currently oversees group homes and supervised apartment program services in Cherry Hill, Voorhees, and Mullica Hill, N.J. She began her career at Bancroft in 2009 in a direct care role, and had previous case management experience working with foster children in the Philadelphia area. Grace has since gained extensive experience working in neurorehabilitation as a cognitive remediation specialist as well as program manager for supervised apartment settings. She is also active in a variety of Bancroft committees and workgroups. Grace earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from Rutgers University.

Roberto Perez

CBIS Program Director, Bancroft NeuroRehab Residential Program

Roberto Perez came to Bancroft in 1995 and served in a direct care role for the Pediatric & Adolescent Residential program, where he held positions in management and as a Staffing Coordinator. He began his tenure with Bancroft NeuroRehab in 2007 as a Day Program Manager. He has also held positions as a Program Operations Manager and Residential Manager before being promoted to Residential Program Director in 2015. Roberto holds an Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) certification in addition to being active in several organizational committees and events.

Melinda South

Program Director, Delaware Residential Program

Melinda South has more than two decades of clinical, management and director experience.  She has directed outpatient, employment and residential services in Pennsylvania and Delaware and has supported hundreds of individuals and their families during her career. Her passion is working with people to develop effective, sustainable supports that help people realize their potential and achieve their goal. Currently, Melinda serves as a program director in Bancroft’s Delaware Residential Program. She earned her undergraduate degree from Rosemont College.

Beatriz Shipley

Associate Director, Delaware Residential Program

Beatriz Shipley began her career at Bancroft in 2007 as a Licensing and Accreditation Specialist. With her extensive background in operations and quality management, her focus is building and maintaining quality programming.  She currently serves as Associate Director in Bancroft’s Delaware Residential Program. Beatriz earned her undergraduate degree in business management from Cabrini College.