Our Management

 

 

Scott Greiner—Managing Member


Desiring even at a young age to be of service to people with intellectual disabilities, Scott interned at a school for the developmentally disabled while earning his bachelor’s degree from Marist College, New York.

His career took him first to Latin America, where he gained experience in finance and construction management. Returning to the U.S., in 1980 Scott became chief financial officer of St. Augustine Center for Living, a 60-bed, 13-acre St. Augustine, FL, Intermediate Care Facility for the Developmentally Disabled. He managed the Center’s finances for 15 years.

In 2005 Scott formed New Vue, LLC. With his wife, Lois, he acquired what is now New Horizons Village, and under his leadership it has become a premier Intermediate Care Facility for the Intellectually Disabled. The 48-bed care facility is a park-like, 13-acre campus in Citrus County, the heart of Florida’s Nature Coast.

Scott’s philosophy of care, coupled with his business acumen and community spirit, are constant reminders to the entire New Horizons Village team of our mission: “Giving loving care and protection to the lives entrusted to us while guiding them to become creative, self-sufficient, and independent.”

Craig Greiner—Administrator


A graduate of Fairfield University, Connecticut, with a dual degree in English and Sociology, Craig’s Intermediate Care Facility career began as development coordinator for a 60-bed care center in St. Augustine, Fla., for which he secured property, financing, zoning and architectural work.

Craig continued his education - in health care administration - at the University of North Florida. He subsequently became a State of Florida licensed nursing home administrator.

Craig’s education and experience in all facets of care facility operations led to him serving as board chairman for the Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities and a member of the board of directors of the St. Johns County Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC).

Craig became New Horizons Village administrator in 2008. He is accountable for the care of our 48 residents and the performance of our more than 100 employees under New Horizons Village mission, vision and values, with a personal focus on the vision: “Challenging ourselves to continually raise care quality standards for individuals with intellectual disabilities.”

Donna Pannone—Chief Financial Officer


Donna earned her business degree from Hofstra University, New York, and then gained experience as an accounting professional and an internal auditor working primarily with family-owned businesses in a wide array of industries.

Donna joined New Horizons Village in 2012 as Controller. Her financial experience, business acumen, and effective management style resulted in her January 2014 promotion to Chief Financial Officer. She supervises information technology; marketing; and purchasing as well as managing accounting and financial operations.

Donnal Salak—QIDP/Programs Director


As New Horizons Village Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP), Donna applies her knowledge, skills and leadership abilities to serving our residents and their families.

Donna’s skills were gained during her career in special education, during which she’s served as a case manager, program supervisor, and clinical team leader.

Holding dual degrees in elementary/special education and psychology, she first worked for five years teaching special education pre-school, and then transitioned to helping intellectually disabled adults.

Donna joined New Horizons in 2008, and she’s an essential contributor to our residents’ personal growth success.

Toni Gregson/ Social Services Programs Director


Toni, having earned her BA in Education from Sacramento State University, has developed an extensive career of serving and advocating for individuals who are in need.

Toni has been with the company since 2009. She began her career at New Horizons Village as a direct care worker. Toni was promoted to a supervisory position overseeing client resident care as a Unit Coordinator, and for the last five years Toni served as the Social Services Assistant.

In her role as Social Services Assistant, Toni shared the responsibility of creating and sustaining an environment that humanizes and individualizes each resident client.

In 2016, Toni was awarded Employee of the Year. Management along with her peers recognized and appreciated that not only does she perform her regular duties, she also consistently goes above and beyond expectations by “jumping in” at any opportunity to help.

Julia Fitzpatrick, BCaBA—QIDP/Behavioral Programs Director


Julia, a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA), manages our Behavioral Department, where she and her staff use principles of applied behavior analysis to help residents attain and sustain healthy and positive behaviors.

Julia is a self-described “army brat.” She grew up traveling the world while her father served our country in the U.S. Army. After graduating from high school in Germany and returning to the U.S., Julia earned her degree in elementary and early childhood education from the University of South Florida.

Dedicating herself to a career of helping and teaching, Julia joined New Horizons Village in 2006.

Beth Doughman, LPN—Health Care Services Director


Beth turned her childhood desire to be of service to others and turned it into her career. Her professional life is devoted to ensuring the intellectually disabled receive the highest quality medical care.

She is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and earned State of Florida Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) certification. Beth’s healthcare experience includes hospital medical and surgical care, nursing home care, and private medical practice.

She joined New Horizons Village in 2004.

Beth was honored as our Employee of the Year for 2006 and our 2008 Circle of Champions Award recipient, both resulting from her dedication to serving our residents.

Robyn Power—Resident Care Services Director


Robyn is a senior manager and a caring and dedicated advocate for our residents.

She began her career in Rochester, New York, working with special needs infants to young adults in a faith-based day program. Her abilities saw her quickly promoted to higher responsibility.

Robyn has been a New Horizons Village supervisor since 2003. She was our 2009 Circle of Champions Award and received the New Horizons Village Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013.

Today, as our Resident Care Services Director, Robyn plans, organizes, and supervises direct care staff in New Horizons Village six group homes; Active Treatment Facility; housekeeping; dietary; and staffing and training coordination.

Helping our community as well, Robyn serves on the Citrus County Friends and Family Board of Directors.