Scott Webb, Executive Director
Scott is a familiar face to the Easterseals Central California family; as he recently served as the Camp Harmon Director for four years. He earned a bachelors degree in Recreation Administration from Northwest Nazarene University (Nampa, ID) and is a gratuate of the YMCA Executive Development Program (San Jose, CA). Scott has served in an executive leadership capacity for 18 years and has 30 years experience working for a various nonprofit organization - including United Cerebral Palsy (Modesto, CA), Charterhouse Center for Families (Stockton, CA), YMCA (Stanislaus, Fresno, Bulder Creek and Modesto, CA).
Scott has been instrumental in establishing and managing a number of human service programs; including child care centers, day programs, rehabilitation centers and recreational camps while overseeing up to 175 staff members."Witnessing the life-changing impact our services have on individuals and their families is an incredible honor. I'm privleged to continue serving these awe-inspiring individuals; many of whom I'm honored to call a friend. And I'm eager to advance the Easterseals mission so individuals with disabilities have the freedom to choose how to live, work learn and play. Looking forward to all that awaits the Easterseals family in 2017!"
Timothy Yeager, Director of Client Services and Programs
Born and raised in Selma, California, Timothy Yeager is an alumnus of Fresno State with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a minor in Mathematics. He holds three Masters degrees from Teachers College of Columbia University in Special Education with emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis, Curriculum and Instruction, and Education and is completing his PhD at Columbia University. Timothy has four teaching certificates that range from birth through 6th grade for both special and general education. With eight years of professional early childhood experience, he is passionate about bridging the gap towards success, by identifying and establishing specific developmental learning milestones necessary for children to learn and succeed in an inclusive environment. A product of Central California, he is committed to seeing community transformation through investing into the lives of our children."It is a powerful thing, to have the ability to come alongside someone’s story; to intercede on an individual’s behalf, to aide in their successes, and ultimately expand the environment in which they live, learn, work and play."