Megan has been in case management since 2014 and has worked in the Intellectual Disability Field since 1999. Megan graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology. Megan has worked in various environments in the field including day programs, former institutions and government offices. Prior to case management, Megan was a surveyor with a private company contracted on behalf of the Bureau of the Quality Improvement Services.
Megan assists individuals to get started on waiver services. Megan is involved with the Safety Committee and Employee Recognition Committee. Megan has a sister with Down Syndrome and is an advocate for all individuals with a disability. Megan is passionate about spending time with her husband and son. Megan also enjoys spending free time scrapbooking.
Sierra Wible has been in the ID/DD community since 2010. Sierra started out as a direct care support staff and worked her way up to a supervisory role, while working on her bachelor’s in health care administration. Sierra graduated with her degree in 2017 and started her journey in 2018 in case management with Advocacy Links. Sierra strives to give her consumers the best life possible and advocate for them.
Outside of advocating for her consumers, she is a single mother to her daughter who keeps her busy with softball, dance competition, bike trails, and anything outdoors.