Meet Our Team
Matt Segall, PhD, Program Director
Kelsey Bohlke, MS, CRC, LPC, Counselor
Kelsey Bohlke, MS, CRC, LPC, is a counselor at the Emory Autism Center, having worked at the EAC since July 2015. Ms. Bohlke began her undergraduate studies at Oxford College and completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Emory University. In 2015, she earned her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University and is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Ms. Bohlke works with the Education and Transition Services program at EAC, providing individual counseling to adolescents and young adults with ASD, engaging in transition assessments for individuals with ASD, coordinating a pilot healthcare transition project and assisting with initiatives to support college students with ASD. In addition, she is also an educational coordinator for the EAC’s myLIFE program.
Katie Rogers, Office Assistant
Katie Rogers is the Office Assistant for the Monarch Education and Transition Services program at the Emory Autism Center. She has been with the program since 2003. In addition to assisting with the day-to-day administrative activities of the program, Ms. Rogers supports a number of communication related initiatives at EAC including our internal newsletter. One of her proudest accomplishments has been assisting with preparations for the program’s annual summer conference, having also served as a speaker at several conferences in the past. In addition, Ms. Rogers helps coordinate one of our adult social engagement groups in the myLIFE program. She is a native of Atlanta who is excited to continue working and contributing to the program.