Marcia Scheiner is the President and Founder of Integrate, formerly Asperger Syndrome Training & Employment Partnership. Prior to founding Integrate, Ms. Scheiner spent twenty five years in the financial services industry, most recently as CEO of Centrally Managed Businesses for Zurich Financial Services.  She has also held management positions at Chase Manhattan Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.  Ms. Scheiner is a graduate of Wellesley College and has an MBA from Columbia University's Graduate School of Business.  She is the parent of an adult son with Asperger Syndrome.  

Tracy Powell-Rudy, Director of Corporate Engagement, is responsible for creating relationships with senior leaders at key Fortune 500 corporations.  She has helped Integrate expand programs on the east coast and establish them on the west.  Prior to her work with Integrate, Ms. Powell-Rudy spent six years in retained executive search as part of a premier global search firm focused at VP through CEO levels.  Earlier in her career Ms. Powell-Rudy managed the Northeast IT organization for a fortune 100 corporation.  Ms. Powell-Rudy graduated Summa Cum Laude from Manhattanville College and has a Masters in Telecommunications Management from NYU Polytechnic University.  She is the parent of a young adult daughter with Asperger Syndrome.  

Amy Conn is the Director of Marketing and West Coast Representative at Integrate.  Ms. Conn graduated from Santa Clara University with a BS in Marketing, and spent 10 years in the retail industry working for Macy's and May D&F in buying, planning, and management.  Ms. Conn shifted her focus to raise two children and work extensively with her son who has Autism utilizing Behavioral Intervention.  Ms. Conn has held numerous leadership roles in school parent groups and community philanthropic organizations, including Parent Group President, Foundation President, and Auxiliary President.  Ms. Conn also volunteers at a Bay Area museum and co-chairs an art lecture series.

Joan Oh, Program Manager, is responsible for managing and coordinating all program outreach to recruit college students/graduates on the autism spectrum for programs conducted by Integrate.  She identifies and maintains a comprehensive database of programs that support adults with autism.  Prior to her work with Integrate, Ms. Oh graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers University with a B.A. in Cell Biology & Neuroscience and Psychology.  During her time at Rutgers, she has been the recipient of multiple honors including:  Robert E. Galbraith Scholarship, Women's League of Rutgers Community Service Award, Outstanding Greek Scholar Award, The Dorothy & David Cooper Scholarship, and the Rutgers Academic Excellence Award.  Ms. Oh was a Peer Mentor at the Rutgers College Support Program (CSP), recognizing the crucial need to understand and provide support for people with autism.  She is a lifelong advocate for people on the autism spectrum, including her younger brother.