Arthur D. Anastopoulos, Ph.D.

Executive Director

Dr. Arthur D. Anastopoulos is
a Professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he also directs an ADHD Clinic.  An active researcher, Dr. Anastopoulos has been an investigator on numerous research grants, including serving as the lead Principal Investigator on a recently awarded 5-year multi-site NIH funded project, “Longitudinal Outcome of College Students with ADHD.”  He is also a Co-Principal Investigator on a recently awarded 3-year grant from the Oak Foundation, the purpose of which is to evaluate the impact of ACCESS, a campus-based treatment program for college students with ADHD.  
 





                                                                                                        Laura H. Rhoads, Ph.D., Director 

Dr. Laura Rhoads is a staff psychologist and the associate director of the ADHD Clinic at UNCG. In addition to conducting comprehensive assessments and treatments for children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD, she serves as the Project Coordinator for the TRAC Project and as a Mentor supervisor for the ACCESS Project. Dr. Rhoads has a background in focusing on resilience and utilizing protective factors in work with youth with ADHD, anxiety, disruptive behavior disorders, and health needs.  She enjoys being a part of the creative fun of summer camp combined with the implementation of an evidence based treatment that comes with being a director at NCSPK.   







Adam Barrett

Assistant Director of Behavioral Programming 

Math Teacher


Adam Barrett is an Upper Division Teacher at Noble Academy.  Adam received his B.S. in Mathematics with a concentration in Pure Mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Before joining the faculty at Noble Academy, he taught Honors level Mathematics in the Guilford County School System. Adam also studied abroad for a year at Nagoya University of Foreign Studies concentrating in Japanese language and culture. He enjoys reading, playing video games, and studying martial arts.





                                                                                                                                                                          Jessica Cline
                                                                                                                                         Language Arts Teacher   
                                        
Jessica Cline is currently a reading tutor at Noble Academy, where she is working to receive certification as a Wilson Language Instructor. Jessica is a NC Board Certified teacher, receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education, K-6, with a concentration in Psychology, from North Carolina Wesleyan College, where she graduated with honors.  She has 9 years of classroom experience teaching in Guilford County, working in an inclusion classroom setting.  Jessica has also organized and taught summer camps that cater to the needs of children with ADHD.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, exercising, and outdoor play.





 Vada Dicey
 Art Teacher

Vada Dicey earned her M.F.A. in Art from Guilford College. Vada currently works at Noble Academy teaching art classes to a wide span of grade levels. Since 2006, she also been working at the Center for Visual Arts, where she has many years of experience planning, developing, and implementing art curricula for summer camps, day camps, and after­ school programs. Her true passion in the field of art is photography and was the co-­creator of the Youth Photography Collective, an after­ school photography outreach program at select area middle schools that combines Art and STEM education.