President & CEO
Erin joined KidsTLC in May of 2018, after serving as Assistant Superintendent for General Administration for the Olathe Public Schools where she played a key district-wide leadership role. During her career, she has consistently focused on serving students with disabilities, facilitating specialized services for students with autism and supporting children and families struggling with mental health challenges. Among many civic leadership positions, Erin served on KidsTLC’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Vermont, as well as a Master’s Degree in Child Psychology and PH.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Kansas.
Chief Financial Officer
Mary Lynn has many years of experience working with the revenue cycle in health care, most recently working with a Kansas City area company called Claims Professionally Reviewed. Prior to that she worked with another company called EvolveMD, providing revenue cycle services to physician offices around the region. Mary Lynn also has experience with implementation of Electronic Medical Records, which is extremely valuable to us here at KidsTLC. She has been heavily involved in our conversion to ICD 10 coding since 2015.
Chief Clinical/Operations Officer
Mark Siegmund has been a counselor for 35 years in Missouri, New Hampshire, and Kansas working extensively with children, adolescents and families. Mark has presented locally and nationally on Trauma-Focused Care, Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems and other topics such as Peaceful Parenting and Adolescent Development and Sexuality. Mark has worked with foster families and in residential care for over 20 years. He has formulated KidsTLC Autism Program which opened in 2012, and continues to work with a variety of distinguished experts in the field throughout the country.
Chief Developmentl Officer
Shannon joins KidsTLC as Chief Development Officer after 16 years with First National Bank of Omaha where he led the Treasury Services team in the KC Metro market. He is currently President of the Olathe Public Schools Board of Education and serves on numerous community boards. Shannon enjoys running, cycling, cooking and all things Jayhawks.
George Thompson, Jr., MD, FAPA
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. George, as the staff and kids call him, is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist with a long history of successful treatment of children with complex mental illnesses. He earned his medical degree from the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, and studied child, adolescent and adult psychiatry at the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry in Topeka. He was the Director of Residency Training at Menninger when the clinic moved to Texas. He is an associate professor of psychiatry and medical education at the UMKC School of Medicine, where he teaches medical communication skills to future doctors. Dr. George is an innovator when it comes to guiding adolescents and children to exploring their own behaviors and giving them and their families the tools to modify the behaviors they want to change.
Roy Rotz, PhD
Senior Vice President of Clinical Services
Dr. Roy Rotz is responsible for the clinical supervision and oversight of the daily work of the KidsTLC team of therapists and case coordinators who work through our psychiatric residential treatment facility (PRTF). He is also guiding the KidsTLC program for outpatient services which opened in 2012. He earned his doctorate from Kansas State University in Family Life Education and Consultation, 2003 Roy has a background of marriage and family therapy. He has diagnosed and worked with children and adults with a variety of issues including anxiety and depression, PTSD, ADHD, Oppositional Defiance and Narcissistic Personality and Borderline Personality. Roy has extensive experience with therapies designed for children who have been traumatized. Roy has presented to numerous groups nationally and locally on a variety of topics that address marriage and family issues. He has been instrumental in starting a graduate program for marriage and family therapy and professional counseling at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, as well as starting the post-master’s certification in Play Therapy at MNU.
Christine Fuhrman, LCSW
Vice President of Integrated Behavioral Health
Christine has been with KidsTLC since 2007 and is a licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her Master’s Degree in clinical social work from the University of Denver. She has been in the field over 13 years working with children, adolescents and families experiencing complex trauma and behavioral health issues in a variety of residential and community-based settings. Christine is also an advocate and experienced clinician in serving LGBTQ adolescents and young adults as well as their families. She is a highly dynamic, skilled, and experienced clinical social worker with diverse knowledge of leadership approaches coupled with proven success in non-profit program design, professional development and other administrative functions. Christine’s key responsibilities include serving on the agency’s Senior Management Team in addition to administrative and clinical oversight of our Outpatient Behavioral Health Program, which provides an array of therapeutic and psychiatric services including: Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Medication Evaluations & Medication Management and Parental Education and Support groups. She is incredibly passionate about serving others and promoting professional development throughout the work that she does.
Molly Pomeroy, MS, BCBA, LBA
Clinical Director of Autism Services
Molly Pomeroy received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Central Missouri State University in 2000. She later continued her education at the University of Kansas and in 2006 received her Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Behavior Disorders. Molly returned to school in 2007 and completed post-graduate coursework in Applied Behavior Analysis at Saint Cloud State Minnesota and plans on completing her doctorate in the near future. Molly obtained Board Certification in Behavior Analysis in November of 2007 and became licensed in the state of Missouri in 2011. She has more than a decade and a half of experience working with families of children with special needs, adolescents in residential placement, and adults with developmental and mental health disorders. Molly has presented at numerous workshops and conducted extensive trainings for both parents and professionals working with individuals with disabilities in both Kansas, Missouri and throughout the Midwest. Molly has helped to develop and participate in a 3-year autism training summer workshop series with the Department of Mental Health and has partnered with numerous area school districts and military bases in order to improve the quality of services their children receive. In addition to this, she has helped to design and oversee private educational settings for individuals needing ABA services. Molly has conducted research in and written a parent training manual for the reduction of behavior based feeding issues and expansion of the dietary repertoire of individuals on the Autism Spectrum and well as social development skills. Molly is a member of ABAI, HLABA, MOABA, APBA and CEC among other organizations.
Director of Risk Management and Compliance
Dan started at KidsTLC in 2013 as a therapist on the Willow Unit in our Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility. After serving there for 3 years he made the transition into the world of continuous quality improvement, where he works to provide benchmark data for our programs and grant requests, as well as coordinates with outside licensing and accrediting agencies. He has also worked very closely in the implementation of our new electronic health record. Dan holds a BFA in Music Education/Music Therapy from the University of Kansas, and an MS from Friends University in Family Therapy. He enjoys painting, cheering on the Chiefs, Royals, and Jayhawks, helping out on the farm, and spending time in the woods.