An experienced and compassionate team

The NuPath team is the industry benchmark for excellence.

From residential support staff to executive team leadership, the NuPath community is unwavering in their approach to the people we serve and the communities we support.

  • Dan Harrison

    Daniel Harrison
    President and CEO


    Dan Harrison has worked with men and women with developmental disabilities for over 25 years. Dan was hired into the President/CEO position in 2013 after serving as NuPath’s Vice President of Operations since 2006.

    Dan’s creative and innovative approach has nurtured tremendous organizational growth while maintaining program stability, a solid commitment to excellence and ongoing stakeholder satisfaction. His expertise includes operational and clinical oversight of all program services, grant writing and development, staff/management training and organizational development.
  • Daniel Lannan

    Daniel Lannan
    Senior Vice President of Program Operations


    Dan Lannan has been with NuPath for over 17 years where he has served the organization in various capacities.

    As SVP, he oversees all day program and residential operations and under his leadership, the day services division has expanded to three locations with increased services in Employment, CBDS, Day Habilitation and Autism supports.
  • Greg Morris

    Greg Morris
    Senior Vice President of Administrative Operations


    Greg Morris joined NuPath in 2012 and served as Vice President of Marketing and Communications. In his current role as SVP, Greg oversees all administrative operations and technology for the organization.

    Prior to NuPath, Greg worked in the High-Tech industry for over 18 years. Greg brings his vast experience and knowledge to NuPath and has been instrumental in providing NuPath with technically-innovative program advancements.
  • William Yetz

    William Yetz
    Senior Vice President of Finance


    Bill Yetz has been with NuPath since 2004 and has worked in the non profit financial field for over 30 years. Bill has managed NuPath’s growth from a $4 million organization to a $20 million organization.

    He’s managed banking relations and established an investment portfolio and 403B Retirement Plan. Bill also serves as the agency’s HIPAA Compliance Officer.
  • Ted Horn

    Ted Horn
    Vice President of Quality and Training


    Ted Horn has been with NuPath since 1997. He oversees all professional development initiatives and employee training.

    Ted has oversight responsibilities for compliance, funding regulations, overall program quality and system management. Throughout his career, he has managed a number of programs including residential, employment and day habilitation programs. Prior to his current position, he served as NuPath’s Director of Day Habilitation Services and Director of Development.
  • Laure Porter

    Laure Porter
    Vice President of Human Resources


    Laure Porter began her employment at NuPath as Vice President of Human Resources in 2007.

    Prior to coming to NuPath, she worked for the Department of Developmental Services in various supervisory and clinical roles for more than 30 years. Laure brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to NuPath and has completed many certifications.
  • Brett Reily

    Brett Reily
    Vice President of Marketing and Communications


    Brett joined NuPath in 2015 as the Director, Employment & Community Engagement and played a critical role in solidifying the organization’s employment and community engagement outcomes.

    With over 20 years of marketing and sales experience, Brett now guides the marketing and brand positioning of NuPath as well as maintaining and fostering donor and stakeholder relationships.
  • Karen Sullivan

    Karen Sullivan
    Vice President of Residential Operations


    Karen Sullivan has been with NuPath since 2005 and heads Residential Services.

    Under her direction, the NuPath’s residential programs have expanded from 5 to 17 including the opening of NuPath’s Residential Autism division. Karen has worked in the Human Services field for 22 years.