The staff at Tomorrow's Voices come from varied backgrounds but are all well trained professionals committed to providing the best service for our clients.
Dr. Jahnae Harvey
PhD, BCBA-D - Senior Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Dr. Jahnae Harvey is the Senior Verbal Behavior therapist at Tomorrow’s Voices - Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Developmental Psychology. In 2014 Dr. Harvey obtained dual Bachelor's Degrees, a Bachelor's of Science (BS) Degree in Speech Pathology & Audiology, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology, with a minor in Disability Studies from West Virginia University. She received her Master of Arts (MA) in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from West Virginia University in 2016. With the aim to be a part of the internationalisation of the field of psychology, as a Bermudian, in 2018, Dr. Harvey presented research, via archival data from Tomorrow’s Voices, utilising Bermudian participants in San Diego, California at the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 44th Annual Convention. Since which Dr. Harvey continues to engage in continued professional development opportunities and remains emersed in current research. As a result, in 2022 Dr. Harvey obtained her Master of Philosophy (MPhil) shortly followed by her obtaining her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Developmental Psychology which she also acquired in 2022. Dr. Harvey acknowledging that research will continue to remain a core part of her daily operations. show more...
M.Sc., B.Sc., RBT - Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Vurnell joined Tomorrow's Voices in 2017. She completed her Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Derby in 2013 and her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counselling from Walden University in 2017. Vurnell first gained a passion for helping others while volunteering at KEMH and MWI. While pursuing her Bachelors she obtained a job as a Junior Behavioral Therapist working with children on the autism spectrum. Vurnell expressed that this experience was challenging but was also very rewarding being able to see children develop social, independent, and communication skills. As a requirement of her Masters Degree, Vurnell completed an internship at The Department of Court Services. She gained experienced with working with The Mental Health Treatment Court and The Programs Team. She was able to witness the challenges and achievements of the forensic population and individuals with mental health problems. Currently, she is working at Tomorrow’s Voices as a Junior Behavioral Therapist and is in training to become a Verbal Behavior Therapist. She also works at Solstice as a therapist doing Lego Club with children. Helping Children develop their social skills, executive functioning skills, and motor skills. Vurnell enjoys traveling, reading, baking, and eating! show more...
B.A., RBT - Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Dayla visited our Open House in 2017 and became intrigued with what we are doing and thought to herself,” I’d like to do that!” and here she is. Dayla has a degree in psychology and is eager to start on her path to completing her Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology and then becoming a BCBA. She is eager to learn more about ABA and incorporate all that she has learned into becoming a valuable member of Tomorrow’s Voices.
M.Ed., B.S., RBT - Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Rachel graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Her first interaction with Tomorrow's Voices was as a Casual Saturday Social Skills Group staff, supporting our clients with social skills development and bi-Saturday outings. While working in the Social Skills program her interest grew in the field and she applied for a Jr post. In August 2019 she officially joined the team as a Junior Behavior Therapist. Rachel’s passion in the field continued to grow, and another opportunity presented itself as a Verbal Behavior Therapist position. After joining the JR to VB progression plan, she continued to seek growth and in 2021 she started a Masters in the field. Rachel currently is a Verbal Behavior Therapist at Tomorrow’s Voices and in September of 2022, she graduated with her Masters in Special Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Rachel looks forward to continuing her growth in the field of ABA and developmental disorders. show more...
B.Sc., RBT - Junior Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Mary graduated from the University of Surrey in 2016 with a Psychology Bsc honours degree after completing her research dissertation studying narcissism and empathy. During her degree she studied developmental psychology, clinical psychology and health psychology. Post-graduation she found her calling in working with children, utilizing her knowledge of psychology to influence behavior. She initially worked with children on building empowerment and self-efficacy strategies with the Mirrors Junior Forum in February 2018 before finding her home with Tomorrow’s Voices. She makes it a priority to positively impact children’s lives from helping with academics and daily living skills to encouraging social interaction and skill development. show more...
ASGE, RBT - Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Allanna has worked with us at Tomorrow’s Voices for the past 4 years. She first started volunteering in 2017 in our social skills program and realized that she really enjoyed working with children who have disabilities and in 2021 she became a full time emploee. Allanna says that she has gained amazing patience, understanding and communication skills since working here at the Centre. While working with us, Allanna was able to obtain an associate degree in Education at Bermuda College and is currently studying online at Dalhousie to acquire a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Her daily activities include, but are not limited to, working one-on-one with clients, taking data to track client’s success, writing notes to parents, scanning documents, and helping to make sure the clients have a safe and clean working environment. show more...
B.Sc. (Hon) - Junior Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Destiny Stamp recently graduated from De Montfort University receiving her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2021. She then returned for her fifth time as a summer intern at Tomorrows Voices. Over the five years Destiny grew closer to realizing what her passion is, which is working closely with children on the autism spectrum. Destiny wants to go on to complete her Master’s degree with a major in Special Education and minor in Applied Behavioral Analysis which will eventually lead her to becoming a Board Certified Behavioral Analysis in the future. Destiny has recently joined the Tomorrow’s Voices team and hopes to take what she has learned and what she is going to learn and be a valuable addition to the team. show more...
Junior Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Justin joins Tomorrow’s Voices with 10 years’ experience with various certifications in the realm of Youth Development Project Manager while at Raleigh Bermuda. As a result of seeking a higher level of fulfillment in his day-to-day creative job as a freelance photographer, social media marketer and web developer, Justin decided he wanted to expand his knowledge in early childhood development. This passion evolved after caring for a family member on the autistic spectrum. When the opportunity arose for a Junior Behavioral Therapist position, he was ready for a challenge. Justin’s passion for children and his community really shows as he works towards growing and changing lives, one person at a time. show more...
B.A. - Junior Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Morgan graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Morgan’s original path was to go into teaching however she decided to take the time to explore other fields where she could still be helping children. After doing her research Morgan discovered the field of behavioural sciences and ABA. This sparked Morgan’s interest and she decided to take a diploma at Seneca College in Behavioural Sciences to see if she enjoyed the field and she fell in love with it very fast. Once finishing her diploma Morgan wanted to continue her educational path in ABA and is currently doing her Masters in Special Education with a specialization in ABA. Morgan has always thoroughly enjoyed working with children and having the ability to have a positive impact in their lives. She is passionate for wanting to help her community. Morgan is very excited to start her journey at Tomorrow’s Voices and work with her clients to develop their social, communication and behavioural skills to significantly impact their lives. show more...
Junior Verbal Behaviour Therapist
With a continued passion for development, Rakeysha has been teaching martial arts for over 6 years. She has also been hands-on as a Junior Volunteer at the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo since 2017 working with teenagers to encourage building leadership as well as social skills within their community. Throughout her educational journey, Rakeysha was community identified as a top student, and early in her academic tenure, she fell in love with helping others. With this said, Rakeysha communicates that being a part of the team here at Tomorrow’s Voice’s team was without a doubt a leap toward her future successes. show more...
Junior Verbal Behaviour Therapist
Naomi Fubler is a Bermuda College graduate, where she obtained her Associates Degree in Liberal Arts. At The Bermuda College, she focused her studies mainly on psychology and sociology. She is pursuing further education in the field of psychology. Naomi has always had a passion for working with children and has spent over 7 years working in various roles such as peer mentorship and counselor roles. Her interest in working with children with disabilities sparked after a brief work experience at a school for children who had disabilities. From that moment, I knew that I wanted to explore that career field in hopes to make a difference in the lives of those with disabilities. Naomi communicates that she is extremely excited to be a part of the Tomorrow’s Voices team and to be able to truly make an impact in the lives of individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities. show more...
B.Sc. - Assistant Funding and Administrative Officer
Emma joined Tomorrow’s Voices in 2015 as the Administrative Officer. Emma graduated from Cheyney University, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Emma comes with years of experience in office administration. She continues to cover many aspects of administrative support to the organisation. In 2019 Emma was promoted to Assistant Funding and Administrative Officer where she will focus on Administration as well as assist with Funding and Events.
B.Sc. - Funding and Development Officer
Stacy graduated from Howard University in 1993 with a BSc degree in Fashion Merchandising and Buying with a minor in Business Administration. An accomplished retail owner of Secrets Boutique for over 20 years Stacy has worked with numerous Businesses throughout Bermuda to create many successful events. Stacy was featured in Bermuda Business Magazine Great Women, Great Jobs in 2007, won over 11 Best of Bermuda Awards and was presented with The Best of Bermuda Hall of Fame Award in 2015 for her business. Stacy has volunteered at Tomorrow’s Voices since its inception in 2007 and with her project management skills and creative vision she joins our staff as our Funding and Development Officer. show more...