Board of Directors
Dr. Andrew Bondy: Dr. Bondy is considered one of the world’s leading experts in autism education and applied behavior analysis. Prior to founding Pyramid Educational Consultants, he was Director of The Delaware Autistic Program — the only statewide public school program focusing on the educational needs of autistic children. He is the co-author of The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Training Manual. Dr. Bondy also wrote the Pyramid Approach to Education — which is considered to be one of the best educational models available in the special education area. Currently, he is President of Pyramid Educational Consultants, Inc. which is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with autism.
Lori Frost, M.S., CCC-SLP: Lori Frost is a co-founder of Pyramid Educational Consultants and a certified speech-language pathologist. She is co-creator of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Along with Andy Bondy, Lori is co-author of the PECS Training Manual, 2nd Edition, A Picture’s Worth and Autism 24/7. Lori has taught international workshops and graduate courses on PECS, verbal behavior and functional communication training and consults to schools and families to create effective functional communication training protocols.
Scott Haug: Mr. Haug is a founding Board member and PAC’s Chief Operating Officer (as well as the parent of a 19 year old son with autism). He is a currently a Partner with Waterstone Management Group – a boutique strategy consulting firm. Previously, he was an executive with MasterCard Worldwide, and a Partner with Ernst & Young Consulting. Mr. Haug has served as a member of The Parent Action Connection Team, a special education parent/Capistrano Unified SELPA task force, and held Board positions with several other non-profit organizations.
Mitch Brown: Mr. Brown joined Pyramid Autism Center’s Board during the 2007-2008 School Year.
Anne Perrone: Anne Perrone joined the PAC Board of Directors in 2009. She received her teaching credentials from UCLA, CSULB, and Chapman College. She has worked in the field of special education as a resource specialist for children with learning disabilities and program specialist for health impaired students in public schools. After completing 15 years as director of a private school, she currently serves on the PAC Board of Directors and Oxford Academy Foundation Board in Anaheim. She is committed to supporting the work that helps families who are touched by autism as they strive to provide the best education for their children.