Kayla Booth

Kayla Booth
Business Office Manager
(413) 442-7047 Ext. 31
Background:

I graduated with my medical assistant certificate in 2011, where I have always had a passion to help people. That passion led me to work with children with disabilities and parents. I worked in billing where I would help get claims paid and help support parents with any questions or concerns. This led me to AdLib where now I get to help answer questions for our consumers and help our community.

Fun Fact:
  • I am a proud mom of 3 children, 2 boys and a girl.
  • I love to garden and plant flowers.
  • I enjoy puzzles and figuring out how things work.

Other Team Members

Denise DionDenise Dion

Bookkeeper

Erin LaytonErin Layton

Operations Specialist

Jennifer KnowltonJennifer Knowlton

Clerical Assistant

Jennifer MundyJennifer Mundy

Skills Trainer

Jennifer VigeantJennifer Vigeant

Skills Trainer

Jessica VickeryJessica Vickery

Receptionist

Jill McChesneyJill McChesney

Representative Payee

Kim WinterKim Winter

Administrative Coordinator

Kyla WhiteKyla White

PCA Data Entry

Marco IngogliaMarco Ingoglia

Chief Executive Officer

Mary Ellen RahillyMary Ellen Rahilly

Options Counselor

Megan BonnevilleMegan Bonneville

PCM Supervisor/Skills Trainer

Melissa AhlenMelissa Ahlen

Skills Trainer

Ricky FareiraRicky Fareira

Independent Living Program Director

Ryan MulcahyRyan Mulcahy

Transition to Adulthood Program

Samantha BertolinoSamantha Bertolino

Intake Specialist

Sarah KimballSarah Kimball

Director of Communications

Shawn RobitailleShawn Robitaille

Maintenance

Sherilyn AdamsSherilyn Adams

Systems and Accounts Manager

Sophie SchrumSophie Shrum

Nursing Home Transition Coordinator

Tami Stevens-GoerlachTami Stevens-Goerlach

PCA Administrative Coordinator

Teesha MurrellTeesha Murrell

Receptionist

Tia DemaryTia Demary

Skills Trainer

Tim DillonTim Dillon

Advocate

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