Tracey Dupree, Executive Director
Tracey joined the Focus Autism team in 2012, with over 20 years in operations management experience, working for leading healthcare organizations and hospitals. Her passion to see improved patient care and better health outcomes aligns with the foundation’s commitment to increase public awareness of the possible contributing factors of autism and chronic illness.
Tracey contributes her administrative and clinical knowledge toward advancing the foundation’s mission by empowering individuals with information to make educated healthcare decisions for themselves and those under their care.
Shannon Mulvihill, R.N., Research Assistant
Shannon has been with Focus Autism for over a year, contributing both through research and her personal clinical experiences. She has worked as a nurse for 22 years and currently works in the field as a supervisor in a long-term care facility.
Shannon became concerned with vaccine safety after witnessing first-hand the disturbing side-effects of vaccination in the elderly, and soon developed an interest in connecting mercury’s effects on the brain to negative neurological outcomes in the very young. Her findings spurred a passion to find the root cause of the current autism epidemic in this country, and to educate as many people as possible on the immediate need for further research regarding safe use of vaccines.
Devon Beasley, R.N., Research Assistant
Devon is our newest edition, starting at Focus Autism in February 2014. She has many years of experience working in primary care physician offices and has brought her clinical and administrative skills to our team.
Devon is continuing her education in nursing at Kean University and her firsthand experience with patient education and vaccine administration has provided additional perspective to our cause. With her nursing background, Devon has a passion for healthy living and empowering people to make informed, empowered decisions.