We are FEAT of Louisville.

Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) of Louisville is a non-profit organization that actively supports and funds autism programs for the entire family. Created for families by families, FEAT of Louisville is dedicated to easing the autism journey through ongoing support, education and programs.


FEAT was founded in December 1999 by a small group of parents searching for answers to their children's complex medical problems and educational needs. We are now a dynamic group of families in the Kentuckiana area with a growing membership.

Executive Director

Deborah Morton

Deborah has earned a BA in Business Administration from Sullivan University and a Master’s Degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. After many years in the for-profit arena in sales and call center management, Deborah began working for FEAT of Louisville in 2007 as she helped to organize membership correspondence, strategize fundraising efforts and implement their social media/marketing efforts. Little did she know at the time but a deep seeded passion would develop in her for the autism community and the many families facing this journey. In 2014, she was officially named FEAT’s Director of Marketing, working hard to brand the FEAT name and mission within the Kentuckiana area. “It’s been our desire to work to make FEAT of Louisville a ‘household word’ as we strive to share with our community how FEAT can help those who are on the journey with autism. Whether it’s for education, community outreach, advocacy, training or just as a friend, FEAT is here for the family, that is why we exist.”

Deborah is excited about what the future holds for FEAT of Louisville. “Many are just now receiving their first diagnosis, but so many more are now in their late teens and early twenty’s. FEAT wants to advocate for the ‘whole’ family. We can be the conduit from the initial needs of a child being diagnosed to the planning stages for the future. I am honored to have been chosen to serve as the Executive Director of FEAT of Louisville and I look forward to working with such a dedicated and talented team as we continue to provide for families.”

In her free time, you can find Deborah involved in any activity that takes you outside, including archery and hiking. Deborah is married with two children, which helps her in balancing life. Her entire family has been serving with Deborah as volunteers since the beginning and look forward to helping in even greater ways with this new appointment.


Deborah has earned a BA in Business Administration from Sullivan University and a Master’s Degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. After many years in the for-profit arena in sales and call center management, Deborah began working for FEAT of Louisville in 2007 as she helped to organize membership correspondence, strategize fundraising efforts and implement their social media/marketing efforts. Little did she know at the time but a deep seeded passion would develop in her for the autism community and the many families facing this journey. In 2014, she was officially named FEAT’s Director of Marketing, working hard to brand the FEAT name and mission within the Kentuckiana area. “It’s been our desire to work to make FEAT of Louisville a ‘household word’ as we strive to share with our community how FEAT can help those who are on the journey with autism. Whether it’s for education, community outreach, advocacy, training or just as a friend, FEAT is here for the family, that is why we exist.”

Deborah is excited about what the future holds for FEAT of Louisville. “Many are just now receiving their first diagnosis, but so many more are now in their late teens and early twenty’s. FEAT wants to advocate for the ‘whole’ family. We can be the conduit from the initial needs of a child being diagnosed to the planning stages for the future. I am honored to have been chosen to serve as the Executive Director of FEAT of Louisville and I look forward to working with such a dedicated and talented team as we continue to provide for families.”

In her free time, you can find Deborah involved in any activity that takes you outside, including archery and hiking. Deborah is married with two children, which helps her in balancing life. Her entire family has been serving with Deborah as volunteers since the beginning and look forward to helping in even greater ways with this new appointment.

Board of Directors

Jeff Gregory

Board Chair
Ramsey Quantitive Systems, Inc


Sandra Abale

Vice Chair
Brown Forman


Joann Jolgren

Secretary
Parent Representative


Jennifer Adams-Tucker

Humana Healthcare Services, Inc.

Debra Barmore

PricewaterhouseCoopers
Retired

Veronica Cantrell-May

Citizens Union Bank

David Cosby, Jr.

LG&E and KU Energy


Luke Hancock

Clearpath Financial of Raymond James


Frankie Hilbert

State Farm Insurance


John Musick

Hilliard Lyons

Henrietta Pepper

the pepper group, ltd.

Janet Pope

Parent Representative

Sam Stewart

21st Century Parks,
The Parklands

Stacy Trinkle, M.D.

Iroquois Medical Center

Lynn Watson

Seiller Waterman LLC

More about us.

1

Annual Report
Click below to view our 2015 Annual Report!

View the Annual Report

2

IRS 990
Click below to view the IRS 990 Document for FEAT of Louisville in 2014.

View the IRS 990

3

Privacy Policy
Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice explaining our online information practices. Our privacy policy is simple: we collect no information about you unless you choose to provide that information to us. In addition, we do not give, share, sell, or transfer any personal information about you to any third parties. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure any information that we collect. If you have questions about our privacy practices, you can contact us at the postal or email address posted on this site.

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