Stephanie Dille-Huggins, MA, BCBA

Stephanie Dille-Huggins

MA, BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University
Bachelors in Psychological Science, Ball State University

Stephanie is a BCBA and sign language coordinator. She has been with the company since early 2011 and could not imagine doing anything else! Her current life motto is, “Give more than you take”, which she learned from working here at Cornerstone.¬†In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband Albert, step-son Avery, and the rest of her family, especially during their yearly trip to Mackinac Island during the summertime. She is passionate about promoting well-being and balance in the lives of her co-workers through yoga, mindful meditation and other new age techniques. Music is also a passion of hers as well as¬†planning impromptu get-away’s on the weekends for her husband and family.

Her dream is to become a yoga instructor, as well as provide ABA services for children on the autism spectrum that are Deaf or hard-of-hearing.

BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University
Bachelors in Psychological Science, Ball State University

What does Cornerstone mean to you?

“To me, Cornerstone means family. We celebrate together during times of success and help support one another during times of challenge. Just like a family. Every person plays a crucial role within this organization and helps to maintain this great family atmosphere.”

How has working at Cornerstone impacted you?

“Working at Cornerstone has impacted me in more ways than I could say! Cornerstone helped me realize my purpose in life then helped pay for my schooling to get there. They truly are an unbelievable organization.”

What is the most inspiring part of working at Cornerstone?

“The most inspiring aspect of being in clinical support/being the sign language coordinator is that I get to see clients say words for the first time through sign, such as mom or dad and help mentor therapists on their own sign language journey.”

What’s your favorite Cornerstone memory?

“My favorite Cornerstone memory was when we were all at David and Debbie’s house for our first anniversary and David was putting on a fireworks show for us. The distance of the fireworks was misjudged and a group of us had to dive for safety!”

Describe your Cornerstone experience in a sentence.

“My overall experience at Cornerstone has been nothing short of empowering!”