Leadership | Times of Autism


Isabelle Evans – Chief Executive Officer

Isabelle Evans, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Autism Times started with the organization since its inception.

She brings into the organization, her exceptional efforts of strengthening and expanding family support. She has a niche experience in advocacy and strategic marketing management.

Prior to her association with the organization, she held varieties of leadership roles actively pursuing her strategies across NGOs. She has actively led American Heart Foundation organization with impeccable success.

Isabelle holds an MBA from the Duke University and is based in Durham.

Jessica Brown – CFO | Operations

A seasoned professional driven by focus is what defines Jessica Brown.

She has joined the organization as Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for the financial growth of the organization. She holds multiple portfolios across her experience spanning more than a decade while being an active volunteer.

The 45-year-old, a mother of two bright kids, is from Chapel Hills in the USA.

Jessica Brown is an MBA graduate from The University of North Carolina and joined the organization since its inception.

Ella Joseph – Chief Officer | Science

Dr. Ella Joseph joined Autism Times since its inception. She has more than two decades of experience and active volunteer in the Autism niche.

Ella Joseph is an autistic and a loving mother to 3 school-going kids. She believes understanding is the real key to acceptance rather than treating autism as a difference.

Ella has completed her masters in clinical psychology and has been successful in studying newer approaches to treating autism.

J. Samuel – Marketing Manager

Samuel is a Bachelor of Science with more than 8 years of experience in marketing across niche domains.

He is responsible for driving community engagements to effectively penetrate existing and newer markets. He actively supports, leads and manages the overall functions of the company.

Samuel has joined the organization since its inception.