Nancy Lehman
Lead Facilitator

My Story

I grew up in North Braddock with my parents and sister and attended Catholic school.  I knew 2 things when I was little; I loved helping people and I loved kids.  My curiosity about why people do the things they do left me no choice but to study psychology in college. I met my husband at my first professional job after college, working in a group home for boys. We have a son named Danny, and a sheepadoodle named Lucy.

Life of Pie by Yann Martel

Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light. -Albus Dumbledore

My Career Story

I always knew I wanted to work with children, and I have worked in some capacity with all ages. I worked in a group home for juveniles as a certified addiction counselor and did drug and alcohol prevention at a high school and middle school in Ohio. I took a break to be a stay-at-home mom and after my son had early intervention services I became an early intervention developmental therapist, providing services for babies from birth to age three. I met Dan working on an early intervention project and learned that being a facilitator for System 123 was a great fit. I love collaborating with teachers and supporting them through the challenges they face in the classroom.  

“Nancy has helped at numerous locations for Seton Hill Child Services. She is an asset to any team that she is on. Her kindness and compassion for the field shines through when working with staff and children. There is never a hesitation when we call System 1-2-3 to ask if Nancy is available. She has quickly become a part of our family here at Seton Hill Child Services.”
Amber Oakes
Director of Programs, Seton Hill Child Services