Rich Maston has over 20 years of experience helping children and families navigate the complexities of an Autism diagnosis as both a therapist and an organizational leader. He has a passion for expanding access to evidence-based care, encouraging talented and compassionate people to join the cause, and supporting organizations’ abilities to grow in a sustainable, responsible manner. His studies include Business Economics at the College of Wooster, Music Therapy at Arizona State University’s Herberger College of Fine Arts, as well as behavioral health at Pennsylvania State University.
In addition to his work at Positive Development, Rich has continued to serve on the board of directors at Lauren’s Institute for Education, an Arizona not-for-profit organization serving the local neurodiverse community of all ages. When he’s not working, he’s likely standing on a sideline watching his son play lacrosse, his daughter pole vault, or taking a walk with his wife, Adria, and canine companion, Rita.