Antonia Resby-Smith currently manages the Front Office of Positive Outcomes. Antonia joined the practice in January 2005, her expertise range from from clerical to behind the scenes problem solving. Antonia has background as an Human Resource Administrative Assistant and Payroll Clerk, extending her expertise in the Administrative/Front Office field over 15 years. She holds an Associates of Administrative Office Technology, HR accredited course work completion/training, and Business Management course study. Her leisure activities include reading and family time.
Front Office Coordinator
Brandi Beasley is originally Columbus, GA. In 2000, she graduated from Winder Barrow High school. She furthered her education at Gainesville State University majoring in Early Childhood Education. She currently has her associates in Early Childhood Education and is continuing her education by taking online classes at Walden University to get her bachelor’s degree. She is responsible for one of the front desks at Positive Outcomes.
Shauna Carlson is originally from Colorado but grew up for the most part in Athens, GA. In 1997 she graduated from Clarke Central High School in Athens and then attended the University of Georgia (UGA). She graduated from UGA in 2002 with a B.S. in Psychology. Shauna managed Positive Outcomes throughout her college years, 2000-2003. After graduation she moved overseas to Japan and Guam and taught at the military schools. In March 2005, Shauna moved back to Athens and accepted her old position as Office Manager for Positive Outcomes.
Paige Stevens received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida and earned her Specialist in Education degree in School Psychology from the University of Georgia. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Paige has over 15 years experience in the public school setting as a school psychologist. She has worked for the Clarke County School District, the Rutland Academy, and Social Circle City Schools. She conducts psychological evaluations in a number of settings, and has experience with preschool aged children through adulthood.