Carson Ojamaa, LCSW
Carson Ojamaa is the State Director for Access Family Services and Family Preservation Services of North Carolina – two entities within the Pathways Health and Community Support family of companies. Carson has been with FPS since 2006, and with AFS since early 2021. Throughout her 25 years of experience, she has been guided by strengths-based, person-centered, recovery-oriented, and resiliency principles in her approaches to leadership, clinical practice, business development and operations. Her expertise and experience is in leading behavioral healthcare organizations through transformational change to optimize wellness for populations served. Carson earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History from Davidson College, a Post-Baccalaureate in Education from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and a Master of Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Jane Vermette, MSW
Vice President of Operations
Ms. Vermette joined Access Family Services in 2015 bringing 20+ years of behavioral health experience. Jane started her career working with children at high risk in the community. Currently she supports the Regions across the state of North and South Carolina. Prior to joining Access Family Services, Ms. Vermette served as State Director for a behavioral health company, focusing on business development and development of the Regional Directors. Jane holds an M.S. from Simmons College.
Myca Jeter, MSW
Foster Care Director
Myca Jeter, MSW is a skilled public-sector manager with 15 + years of Child Welfare experience. Graduate of NCCU (bachelors) and UNC Chapel Hill with Master’s in Social Work.
Myca has a passion for helping children and families heal from the often traumatic experience of neglect and abuse. She believes that “change and healing are possible when those involved collaborate respectfully.”
Myca has demonstrated success in creating a continuous quality improvement unit and managing all aspects of training life-cycle for a division. Optimizing system efficiency with data analysis, program management and implementing accountability measures. She is an analytical, innovative, action-oriented, professional with strong commitment to ethical leadership and continuous learning.
Seph Bartholomew, MS, BCBA
Regional Director of Autism Services
Seph Bartholomew has been working to support children with autism and their families since 2003. He led the ABA and Autism program for Boston Public Schools and worked in other school districts in Massachusetts as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Special Education Administrator. He served as an Adjunct Instructor for the University of Massachusetts Boston and Elms College. Seph is focused on achieving positive outcomes for our clients and promoting the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. Seph became a BCBA in 2007 and holds a master’s degree in Behavior Analysis from Northeastern University.
Director of Quality Improvement / State Privacy Officer
Dr. James Lee
State Medical Director
Foster Care Training Manager
Talia Stewart, MA, FCT-Supervisor
Family Centered Treatment Training Director
Manager of ABA Quality and Training
Victoria Reichard, LCSW
Asheville Regional Director
Emily Swank, MSW, LCSW
Wilmington, NC/Georgetown, SC Regional Director
Laquana Richmond, EdS, LCMHC, LCAS, CCS, CSOTP
Raleigh, Durham and Wilson Regional Director
Stuart McLean, MA, LPCS, NCC
Gastonia, Hickory, and Charlotte Regional Director
India Williams, MSW
Fayetteville Regional Director
Meredith Newman, MA, LCAS
New Bern and Elizabeth City Regional Director