Paulie Gavoni
Chief Operations Officer - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Paulie Gavoni

As an expert in human performance and organizational leadership, Paulie is passionate about bringing out the best in people. He has spent 22 years coaching and supporting education and human services by analyzing and developing practical behavior and performance management systems to positively impact students and families.


  • Doctorate of Education with a concentration in Organizational Leadership from NSU
  • Specialist of Education with a concentration in Educational Leadership from NSU
  • Masters and Bachelors of Social Work with a Concentration in Youth and Families from Barry University

Chana Gehrman
Clinical Director of Early Intervention Services - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Chelsea Moore
Clinical Director of In-Home Services - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Gale Egendoerfer
Clinical Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Brandie Busse
Assistant Clinical Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Alex Forton
Assistant Clinical Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Coralys Sanchez
Assistant Clinical Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Patricia Rich
Clinical Director of High Behavior Unit - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Patricia Rich

Trish brings over 17 years experience applying the science of Behavior Analysis to students and their families in both private and public school systems, outpatient clinical settings and homes. Trish is also an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida (UCF) and has presented various topics of ABA for the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis (FABA). Trish is also an advocate for parent support groups and forums across Florida. Trish received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Central Florida with a major in Psychology. Trish's Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Florida Institute of Technology came shortly after. Outside of Puzzle Box, Trish is an avid runner and triathlete who loves doing just about anything outdoors and spending time with her husband and two sons.

Craig DeVincenzo
Program Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Craig DeVincenzo

Craig DeVincenzo is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with over 15 years of experience providing behavior analytic services and supervision.

He has worked with both children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder in day programs, residential and vocational settings. In addition, he has used the principles of applied behavior analysis in typical therapy settings with children in mental health settings and children who have suffered abuse. Beyond working with clients, Craig is passionate about using his skills in behavior analysis to coach staff and provide training.

Craig holds a B.S. in Psychology from Fordham University and a Masters in Forensic Mental Health Counseling from John Jay College in New York City. He attended Florida Institute of Technology to complete his certification requirements for his Behavior Analysis Board Certification. He teaches courses in applied behavior analysis at Arcadia University’s graduate school of education.

Shawna Donahue
Speech Language Pathologist - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Shawna Donahue

My name is Shawna Donahue. I am a speech language pathologist who recently joined the Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions family. I am excited to be a part of your son/daughter's education and to partner with you to ensure his/her academic success. I am eager to meet each of you and become better acquainted with your child. I wanted to share my professional experience with you.

I have been a speech language pathologist for 21 years. The last 18 years I have focused my practice on pediatrics with emphasis on Autism Spectrum Disorders. I graduated from an accredited program at Marshall University in Huntington, WV. I received my Bachelor's degree in Education with a minor field of study in Psychology in 1994, completing my Master's degree concurrently in 1995. I have had the privilege to provide services to children ranging from birth through age 21 years in a variety of settings including private and public schools, hospitals, outpatient clinics and in family's homes. My experience has included assessment and treatment of speech, language and feeding/swallowing disorders in children secondary to primary diagnoses such as Down Syndrome, ASD, Cerebral Palsy, Sensory Processing Disorder, Hearing Impairment, Learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, cleft lip and palate, Pierre Robin, Rett Syndrome and Prader-Willi Syndrome. I have owned and operated my own speech therapy practice and have served as clinical supervisor of graduate students at Marshall University. Since 2010, I have received the ACE award annually from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) for completing 70+ hours of post graduate training each year to build my knowledge base within my scope of practice in the field of speech language pathology. I have received training and instruction in the PROMPT technique, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and TEACCH method. I have presented at local conferences in my home state of West Virginia and maintained my national certification with the American Speech Language Hearing Association since 1995. I recently joined the Florida Speech Language Hearing Association. I am a licensed Speech Language Pathologist in the state of Florida.

Shawna Donahue, MA, CCC-SLPFL

License #SA15073

ASHA Certification # 12002579