Our Staff

Todd Streff

Todd Streff, BCI Skills Center

Executive Director



Todd has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in behavior analysis and therapy. Most recently he was the Founder and Executive Director of Streff Behavior Consulting, which provided program design, training, and consultation to school districts, private facilities, and parents to establish and implement applied behavior analysis (ABA) programs. Earlier in his career, he also served as the Director of Special Education for the St. Louis County Special School District for five years. 

Jeremy Sutton


Curriculum Manager



Jeremy comes to BCI with 18 years of experience at Ranken Technical College  where he regularly trained, supervised and evaluated staff.  He represented Ranken in a number of community outreach initiatives while serving as Site Director for the Wentzville location.  Sutton's experience using Salesforce will be particuarly helpful in the Skills Center's first tech program.  His experience and ambition will be a great asset to the Skills Center. 

Sandy Weitkamp


Benefits Case Manager



Sandy comes to the Skills Center with 25 years of experience as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for St. Charles and St. Louis Counties.  She has worked directly with Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare and Ticket to Work funding.  Sandy is one of the leading disability benefits experts in the region and will serve as a community resource for others needing benefits analysis.

Cat Woerner


Transitional Employment Manager



Cat is a familiar face at BCI. Having formerly worked as Program Manager at St. Peters, she has considerable knowledge and experience in disability employment. In this new role, she identifies and encourages those who are ready for new competitive opportunities along BCI's Employment Continuum, including training at the Skills Center. 

Adam Hinton


Salesforce Teaching Assistant



Adam comes to BCI as one of the first graduates of the Skills Center. A leader in his Salesforce class, he passed his Junior Admin test in July 2019. Adam chose to stay with the Skills Center in order to help lead others with disabilities to their new careers working with the world's #1 customer relationship management platform.