Jaimie March, who served as executive director of the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities and has more than two decades of special education experience in a variety of roles, has joined The Guild for Human Services as director of admissions and outreach.

Since 2010, she led the May Institute’s school in Wilmington, where she managed all aspects of the 30-student facility. Her responsibilities included education, clinical, nursing, family services, admissions, budgeting and human resources.

“We are elated to welcome Jaimie to The Guild,” says Steven Belec, chief of admissions and outreach. “She brings a passion for special education and a wealth of experience to this critical leadership role. Jaimie is looking forward to working collaboratively with our partners in education to best meet the needs of students.”

In her new role, Jaimie will educate and inform families of potential students about The Guild’s unique approach; market and promote The Guild’s programs and services to local education agencies, state agencies and other referring entities; and manage the day-to-day responsibilities of the Admissions and Outreach team.

Jaimie spent her entire professional career at the May Institute, starting as a college intern in 1999 at the May Center for Early Childhood Education in Arlington. She went on to work as a senior teacher, classroom supervisor, educational coordinator and program director before accepting her most recent position as executive director of the Wilmington facility.

Jaimie graduated cum laude from Northeastern University in with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She is pursuing a master’s in education at Endicott, with a focus on autism and applied behavior analysis.