Program Directors

Jennifer Caton

Program Director

Jennifer is the Program Director for F.A.C.T., Downingtown West, and West Penn. Jennifer has been working with Kelsch Associates since October 2018.Jennifer is a graduate of West Chester University, where she received her Master’s in Special Education and Autism Spectrum Certificate. After graduation, Jennifer went on to work for a Human Service organization in Delaware County serving individuals with intellectual disabilities for almost three years. When she isn’t working, she spends her time chasing around her two toddlers.

Cal Dietz

Program Director

Cal Dietz has served our consumers in multiple roles, as Program Support Manager, Program Support Specialist and Program Director in our agency for over 5 years. Additionally, he has taken on other responsibilities as needed in our Medical Department and with our non am van securement systems.

Cal is the Program Director for Merlin, 51 Penn, and Ridge.

Molly McGarvey

Program and Incident Manager Director

Molly studied Social Work at West Chester University and started as a Program Support Manager after graduation in 2015. She really enjoyed working with the individuals in a home-setting and being able to utilize her social work skills. After working as a manager, Molly began to train other managers in various homes throughout the agency. She loved the administrative side of the job, and she became a Program Director where she supervised different homes. Currently, Molly is still a Program Director for Cole Brook, Downingtown East, and Meadow Drive/Meadowlake, as well as the Incident Management Director.

Nicole Sacks

Program Director

Nicole joined Kelsch as a Program Director in November of 2018. She has worked in the human services field for 10 years. Nicole brought with her a wealth of experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Nicole started in the field working with adults with IDD as a Family Support Staff while she was obtaining her Bachelor of Arts in Human Services. In 2015, she graduated from Gwynedd Mercy University. In May of 2018 she graduated with her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California. While obtaining her Master’s Degree she worked as a Behavior Specialist for adults with IDD and MH Disorders focusing on person centered care. Nicole is a strong advocate and has a passion for making a positive difference in the lives of the people that she supports. Nicole is the Program Director for Paoli, Strasburg, and West Sadsbury.

Percy Sweeting

Program Director

Percy Sweeting joined the Kelsch Associate Family in October of 2018. Percy was formerly an Independent Living Coordinator at Chester County CYF, and has held progressive managerial and administrative positions at different organizations over the course of his 12 years in the field of Human Services. Percy received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Thiel College and his Master of Science Degree in Psychology from The University of Phoenix. Percy is currently completing a certification course in Drug and Alcohol Counseling at Villanova University.

Percy has worked extensively with adolescents and adults with MH/IDD diagnoses, and has been instrumental in developing programs and initiatives at the organizations he has worked for to enhance and ensure the best quality of care and life for the individuals we serve. Percy continues to make a valuable contribution to Human Services as a Program Director at Kelsch Associates. He is the Program Director for Jones, Marshall, Miner and Nields.

Percy is a native son of Nassau, Bahamas and currently resides in Coatesville, Pennsylvania.

Angela Brown

Program Director

Angela joined the Kelsch Associate Family in September 2019. She has an extensive career in the Human Service Field, including advocacy and program development. Most recently, Angela served as a Residential Treatment Manager for adolescents with Intellectual and Developmental delays and mental health diagnosis.

Angela received her Bachelor of Arts at Immaculata University and is currently working towards her Master of Leadership through Walden University. In her free time, Angela serves as an advocate and fundraising coordinator for Dawn’s Place, a local non-profit that provides rehabilitation services survivors of Human Trafficking.

Angela is the Program Director for 1852 Telegraph, 1854 Telegraph, and Rolling Road.