Megan KM Kleidon, MA
Megan Kleidon is only the second President & CEO to sit at the helm of PCS. With a BA from Wittenberg University and an MA in Counseling from Towson University, Megan brings nearly 20 years of experience in non-profit leadership and healthcare to the PCS team. With a passion for building and developing people and the world they live in, Megan regularly leverages new ideas and talent, and empowers systems and the people within them to achieve the impossible. Megan sits on the Emerging Leaders Board for Akron Children’s Hospital and is a long-time resident of Summit County.
Ann Robson, PCC-S
Vice President of Clinical Services
Ann Robson manages all aspects of mental health services and interventions for PCS. Ann has been with PCS since the inception of the school-based therapy program. She is responsible for ensuring all programs have a strong clinical base and fostering the team of professionals in the field.
Kaleista Lagarde, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Director of Human Resources
Kaleista Lagarde is responsible for implementing human resource management strategies and policies that enable PCS to recruit, train and retain a high-performing and motivated workforce that meets the agency’s business objectives. Kaleista has 20 years of senior management experience in both the private and public sectors from industries such as healthcare, financial services, retail, higher education and manufacturing.
Jennifer Puglia, MSEd, LPCC-S
Director of Quality Improvement and Compliance
Jennifer Puglia has a rich history with PCS, beginning in 1999 as a therapist, a supervisor since 2003, and in 2014 as a member of the compliance department. Now as director of quality improvement and compliance, she uses her direct-service experience to serve as an advocate for PCS staff and clients, focusing on what is important for the agency as a whole.
Kemp Boyd, MAOM, BL
Director of the Vassel Comprehensive Care Center
Kemp Boyd developed, opened, and now oversees operations of the Barbara M. Vassel Comprehensive Care Center, PCS’s outpatient mental health clinic. With more than a decade of leadership experience in the cultivation and motivation of staff and clients, Kemp empowers those around him to reach their potential, including the kids at Kenmore High School where he serves as head football coach.
Amy Wagner, LISW-S
Electronic Health Record Clinical Director
Amy Wagner ensures compliance standards are met through accurate documentation while focusing on continuous process improvement. With her 17-year history with PCS as a therapist and co-creator of a suspension program, Amy’s passion for helping children motivates her to enhance the efficiency of PCS employees, maximizing their time in the field.
DeAnna Christian, LISW-S
Director of CPST Services
DeAnna Christian has contributed to the success of PCS since 2004, first as a therapist and now as director of all case management services. With a clear vision of how to meet the needs of the children she serves, DeAnna creates and brings to life innovative initiatives such as the suspension program and the Summer Group Program.