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Photo Coming SoonJeffrey Emenecker, Board Chair

Jeffrey Emenecker oversees all aspects of Decision Street, bringing nearly 20 years of experience in both entrepreneurial and corporate roles to bear for clients every day.  He has served in a variety of capacities across finance, marketing and analytics consulting over his career. Decision Street is Jeffrey’s second startup – his first was SRI Analytics, an analytics consulting firm where he served as an executive in client services and business development.  He helped lead SRI through 3 years of rapid growth, culminating in a successful acquisition by Aspen Marketing Services in 2005.  At Aspen, he served as President of the analytics consulting group until forming Decision Street in late 2007.  Earlier in his career, Jeffrey spent several years at Bellsouth Telecommunications where he helped develop and launch their CRM program and implemented their first ROI measurement program. While at BellSouth, he also gained valuable marketing perspective in both managing large cross-product promotions and product marketing. Jeffrey holds an MBA in Finance from Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College and a BBA in Accounting from Wisconsin – Eau Claire.  Jeffrey resides in Atlanta with his wife Patty and twins Christian and Siena.


Eric PhilleoEric Philleo, Board Secretary/COO

Eric Philleo grew up in Montgomery, AL, earning his BS in Computer Science from Auburn University. He has over 10 years’ experience in information technology fields ranging from mainframe programming to Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services. He enjoys sharing his love of tech, and is glad to help troubleshoot tech-related troubles in his spare time.
Eric has always had a penchant for helping children. Serving with Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama, he was paired with children at a local school in need of mentoring. Since becoming a step-parent to a child with special needs in 2010, Eric has actively sought to learn more about ADHD, autism and co-related conditions. He has attended NAMI classes, parent education seminars, and hopes to continue to learn and contribute to the community by serving on the board for The Cloverleaf School.

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Meaghan Timko

Meaghan Timko is the director and owner of Prime Behavior Analysts, a company that provides behavior consultation to families and individuals on the autism spectrum. For almost a decade, Meaghan has grown Prime into one of the leading providers of ABA in the metro Atlanta area. She has continued to consult with families and has worked all over the southeast, the northeast, and across the globe serving as behavior analyst and advocate. Meaghan currently serves on the executive leadership committee for Autism Speaks Georgia and is a member of their board of directors, serving as chair of the Communications and Awareness Committee. Meaghan has volunteered in legislative advocacy to ensure access to coverage for children in Georgia diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and taken her passion for inclusion to Washington D.C., participating in leadership summits. She is an active member of the Cobb/Marietta community and serves on committee for Communities in Schools, and has served as a volunteer for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. In 2016, Meaghan was recognized by Babes Who Hustle for her contributions to women in the workplace, and by GoFundMe in 2017 as a community hero for her efforts to help those in need and continues to participate in the advisory group GoFundMe Heroes.  Meaghan’s entrepreneurial experience and extensive work in the field provide a unique skill set that is a valuable addition to the Cloverleaf board. Meaghan is an avid outdoors woman and enjoys hiking, skiing, and traveling the world with her husband Dan and two young daughters, Katie Grace and Ella.

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