Speaker Series: Fusion Community Event in Collaboration with 360 to 180

Date & Time

Friday, December 08

12:00pm - 1:30pm CST



Fusion Academy in collaboration with 360 to 180 ​​​​​​invites you to attend our upcoming Speaker Series Networking event

Friday, December 8th from 12:00pm-1:30pm

Presented by New Haven RTC in Utah


Topic: Understanding Executive Functioning and How to Improve Interactions

David and Kori will discuss the 8 unique areas of Executive Functioning with examples of these playing out in therapy, academics as well as social relationships.  They will provide insight into these areas and offer ideas and solutions who how to help students navigate the world with challenges in these different areas.



David E Mayeski, LCSW

David has experience working with families in therapeutic programs since 2001. David has served in many capacities at highly respected residential treatment and wilderness programs as a Primary Therapist, Admissions Director, Clinical Director and Family Services Director. David earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland and went on to earn a Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina. After working as a primary therapist for two years, he was awarded his License in Clinical Social Work (LCSW) in 2003 and has continued practicing therapy with students and their families ever since. David is passionate about helping others and guiding families through their journey of connecting and healing as a system. He believes balancing challenge and support is vital to creating safety and growth for families.

David enjoys talking politics, and playing a round of golf and especially cherishes time with his beautiful wife and three children.

Kori K Mayeski BS, MS

Kori earned a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Social Studies Education from the University of Maryland, College Park.  She taught Social Studies in both Middle School and High School before earning her master’s degree in educational leadership/administration.  At both the University of Tennessee and Georgia Tech, Kori worked with freshman students in their transition to college and taught an introductory Psychology course helping students be successful at the collegiate level. Kori began her work in residential treatment as the Assistant Education Director at New Haven in 2001. She was drawn to the mission of New Haven and the ability to help young women heal, self-correct and return to their college-bound path.  When the opportunity arose to become an Academic Director in a different residential treatment center, Kori was excited to create her own academic program, accredit the school and integrate academics into the clinical program.   In total, Kori has been the Academic Director of 2 residential treatment center schools and most recently the Academic Director at the Oakley School, a college-prep therapeutic boarding school.  She has also been the consulting Academic Director at 4 other residential treatment center schools.  Kori is so excited to come full circle back to New Haven and work with the talented team to prepare students for success at their next school.

Kori is a history buff and enjoys reading.  She especially enjoys political thrillers set in Washington, D.C. where she grew up.  Kori also enjoys sports.  She particularly loves to follow the college athletics of her alma mater.  There is nothing better than Maryland Basketball and Tennessee Football!  She shares her love of sports with her husband David.  Together they have 3 children – Marlee, Josh and Eddie.


This presentation will be repeated on the same day at our Fusion Academy Dallas (9:00am-10:30am) and Fusion Academy Southlake (3:00pm-4:30pm) campuses.

Event Location

Fusion Academy Plano

2400 Dallas Pkwy Suite 180, Plano, TX 75093