Indiana Autism Services, LLC
Small town ABA. Committed to individual, family, and community.
Meet Our Team
Together as a team we seek to provide the highest quality of service for all our clients.
Stacey Emmert, MS BCBA
Co-Founder & Director of Clinical Operations
Stacey is dedicated to providing rural communities with options for ABA treatment. She loves serving families and finds joy in seeing her clients benefit from high quality ABA services, using a naturalistic approach to teaching.. Needless to say, she is passionate about making a difference for those who have autism.
Fun Fact: Stacey loves dogs, labradors in-particular.
Most Important to Stacey is her faith & family. She has been married to Gordon for 25 years, they have two grown children, Rachel and Nathan.
Abby Miles, RBT
Director of Operations
Abby, a native Hoosier, comes from the Zionsville Community Schools to act as the Director of Operations at IAS she oversees Family Services, she loves giving our clients the tools to be their best selves and believes each of our clients have a lot to offer the world. As a mother of a child with special needs she understands all of the hope and heartache that goes into raising a kid with differences. Those kids and their families are her biggest passion!
Fun Fact: If she could meet anyone in history, she'd want to meet Eleanor Roosevelt--an advocate for those who could not always advocate for themselves!
Alexis Wood, RBT
Alexis comes from a deep background working in the childcare industry and brings her passion of supporting children to IAS. Her family and children inspires her to do her best work. She loves horses and used to be a competitive dressage rider.
Fun Fact: Christmas is her favorite holiday because she gets to spend so much time with her family.
Hannah Holtz, M.A. BCBA
Abbe Mullen, BA, RBT
Carollea Kilgore, MS, CCC-SLP
Carollea is a Speech-Language Pathologist who resides in Greencastle, Indiana. She received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Speech-Language Pathology at Indiana State University and graduated with a minor in Early Childhood during her undergraduate career.
Her scope of practice includes, but is not limited to, evaluating and treating individuals with a variety of communication disorders which may involve articulation disorders, phonological disorders, language disorders, voice disorders, and fluency disorders.
Carollea has had the opportunity to work as a Speech-Language Pathologist within the preschool, elementary, middle, and high school settings and as an Early Intervention Provider working with children aged 0-2 years old.