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Meet Our Leadership Team

At Perfect Piece, we recognize that our employees are our most valued assets. Headed by Jermaine Henderson, we strive to improve quality of lives for those we serve.


Jermaine Henderson, CEO, has been working with typical and atypical developing children, adolescents and adults for over 20 years. He grew up having a passion with sports and competition. His favorite hobbies are going for hikes, playing chess, and dominating no-limit Texas Holdom. In high school, he played football, basketball, and ran outdoor track. He was awarded a full scholarship to attend the University of Maine (Orono) where he completed his undergraduate degree in child development and family relations. He additionally obtained a minor in disability studies. During his time at UMaine, he served as a mentor/tutor for the student body, was secretary for a national honor society, as well as served as a teacher’s assistant for several classes.

After wrapping up his degree, Jermaine decided to bring his talents to Massachusetts where he accepted a full-time position at the New England Center for Children (NECC). During his time at NECC, he was involved and worked in several different areas which included residential settings, day team settings, partner/inclusion settings, as well as time in the preschool! While at NECC, he completed his Masters in Special Education at Simmons College (Boston). Currently, Jermaine is committed to completing his Doctorate Program in organizational leadership with an emphasis on organizational development.

At Perfect Piece, he is dedicated to ensuring he not only makes a meaningful difference with all the clients in the program, but with the team members that are also associated. Thinking outside of the box to provide appropriate services across the board is a MUST!! Giving back and engaging in surrounding communities are a part of Jermaine’s mission!


Danielle Hayes, Director of Clinical Services, has been working with children diagnosed with various developmental disabilities since 2015. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Bridgewater State University in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in psychology. During her time at Bridgewater State University, she gained experience as a student clinician where she developed and provided speech therapy to children with various speech and language disorders under the supervision of a Licensed Speech Language Pathologist. In 2016, she attended the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention in Philadelphia, PA to present research as a co-contributor for Embedding Service Learning into Undergraduate Coursework to professionals in the field of Speech-Language Pathology. During this time, she also began work in the field as a behavior therapist within a center-based ABA clinic, where she first gained experience providing ABA services to children primarily diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. After, she began providing services as a paraprofessional within the public school system before shifting her focus to providing in-home and community-based ABA services as a behavior therapist with Perfect Piece.

Danielle then went on to pursue a Master’s degree in Behavior Analysis from Simmons University and obtained her BCBA in 2019. Since her time at Perfect Piece, she continues to serve as the RBT Requirements Coordinator and in July 2021, transitioned into the Clinical Director role where she provides direct supervision to all Master’s Level Supervisors and BCBA’s and oversees clinical programming for all clients within the program.

As a clinician, her passion lies in the creative process of collaborating with other service providers and families to identify the best individualized programming that best aligns with each family’s values. Danielle strives to create meaningful change within her clients and families’ lives.


Corey Carbone, Director of Training and Operations, has been working with individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities since 2012. Originally from Franklin, Massachusetts, Corey obtained his Bachelors in Criminal Justice from Westfield State University in 2012, and his Masters in Special Education from Simmons College in 2016. Corey started his career at the New England Center for Children as a teacher on the intensive unit. During his time at NECC he gained experience with IEP development, staff supervision, and staff training.

Corey has been with Perfect Piece since December 2015. As the Director of Training, he oversees staff training and development, and has a number of administrative responsibilities with the organization. When he is not working, Corey enjoys spending time with his family, and his dog Bamba. Turtles are Corey’s favorite animal.

Brandom Keim, Billing Coordinator/RBT, has been with Perfect Piece since April 10th, 2018. He is responsible for providing in-home ABA services and handling most aspects of the company’s billing needs. Currently, Brandon is attending Nichols College as a part time student, studying to obtain his Bachelor of Science in business administration.

Brandon’s strongest strengths include his attention to detail, witty jokes, and extroverted personality. What he enjoys most about his role at Perfect Piece is the opportunity to work with such a great group of people who know how to create a warm work environment – even on a Monday. A fun fact about Brandon is that he is also currently studying to become a certified personal trainer!

Cassandra Carlow, Marketing/RBT, has utilized the practices of Applied Behavior Analysis since January 2016. She began by working as a teacher’s assistant in a residential setting at The Evergreen Center in Milford, MA. She gained excellent hands-on experience working primarily with teenage boys, 14-21, who would often exhibit high rates of challenging behavior. Here, Cassandra most enjoyed assisting her students in returning to equilibrium. The Evergreen Center also helped her become familiar with the ins and outs of home and school routines, as well as community outings.

After relocating to New Hampshire for several years, Cassandra went on to continue work as an ABA therapist in public school, center-based, and in-home settings. She had the privilege of working with a vast range of clients, as young as 2.5 years old and as well-lived as 70-years old. During this time, she also collaborated with Southern New Hampshire University and took on a research assistant position within the Psychology Department. Cass is determined to finish her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a focus in mental health, so she can then pursue her Master’s in Applied Behavioral Analysis to further do her part for the community she loves working with the most.

Since joining Perfect Piece in fall of 2020, Cassandra has become a Registered Behavior Technician and still finds much value in working hands on with her clients. In addition to her RBT role, she has taken lead in some administrative duties such as marketing and scheduling. She most enjoys the freedom to utilize her creativity in all things she does at Perfect Piece. When not working, you can find Cass looking at pictures of sloths, sharks, and hedgehogs!