ACE Overview

The mission at ACE is to cultivate the individual gifts within each of our students. We aim to achieve this through a variety of services and supports. ACE offers individual and group sessions for students of all ages and abilities. To support the transition of RPM into other environments including how to, ACE supports parents and professionals through provider feedback, teaching opportunities to learn more about our method and premade curriculum services. In addition to our 1:1 sessions, ACE offers a full day program where students work on academic, motoric, tolerance and generalization goals through RPM sessions, life skills, art, music, gross motor, fine motor and hobby development.

Meet The Team

Erika Anderson

Senior Certified Soma RPM® Provider/ Executive Director of Education/ Co-Owner of ACE

Erika holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a minor in Human Development from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She started her career in the field of Autism working for three years as an ABA therapist at Fox Valley Autism. Erika began teaching students with RPM in 2005 after which she attended and completed the Soma RPM® Introductory Course in 2006. In 2007, HALO offered her a three year apprenticeship learning and working directly under Soma Mukhopadhyay in Austin, TX. As the first and only apprentice, Erika worked with verbal and non-verbal students ranging from age 4 to 40 years old. In 2010, Erika completed her apprenticeship and holds the highest level Soma RPM® certification.

As the Executive Director of Education at ACE, Erika is responsible for individual RPM sessions, curriculum planning, goal setting, and instructing parents and professionals.

Amy Campbell

Executive Director/ Co-Owner of ACE

Amy holds her Bachelor’s Degree in Business with a concentration in small business management, from the University of Phoenix. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Business Administration through the University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh.

Amy is responsible for the business and management of the clinic. She enjoys working closely with families to get them prepared to work with their Senior Certified RPM Provider, sharing her knowledge on RPM and assisting families through their RPM journey. Amy serves as the President of RPM Support, member of the 432 Civil Affairs Battalion Family Readiness group and most recently as a board member of HALO (Helping Autism Through Learning and Outreach).