David Daly
Chairman & Co-Founder

David Daly is founder and CEO of PrideStar EMS, The Daly    Group, Daly General Contracting.

Beginning his career as an    Emergency Medical Technician, David built PrideStar EMS from the ground up in 2006 and now oversees more than 200 employees and 6 ambulance bases across the Merrimack Valley and Southern, NH.

In addition to PrideStar, David is a residential and commercial    builder who has developed homes, retail stores and industrial    facilities from Massachusetts to Florida.

David is involved in several philanthropic causes as well.  He was the Chair of Fundraising for the March of Dimes, and Incorporator and the Lowell Boys & Girls Club and Lowell General Hospital.  Also, he sits as a member of the MAssachusetts Ambulance Association and the NorthEast Area Builders Association.

Jonathan Miller
Chief Financial Officer & Co-Founder

Jonathan Miller is the Chief Financial Officer for the Daly   Group, Daly General Construction Pridestar EMS and now   Pridestar Center for Applied Learning. Jonathan has 18 years   of management, finance and banking experience.

He has been an active member of the community have served   as a board member or on a sub-committee on a number of   area not-for-profit boards including the Boys & Girls Club and Rape Crises Board. Jonathan holds a B.A. degree from   Brown University in Organization Behavior & Management.

Frank McCabe,
Executive Vice President & Co-Founder

Frank McCabe is an entrepreneur and executive.  As co-founder and Vice President of The Beacon Group and List Logistics, Frank brings more than 15 years of cross-functional business experience including marketing, public relations, business development, communications and sales.
An accomplished author and blogger, Frank has written articles, columns, editorials and white papers published on a wide range of both business and social topics.  In 2012, Frank published his first book, Can I Be Frank?: An Auto-BLOG-raphy, a compilation of his blog columns about life, family and the workplace.  A frequent public speaker, Frank also hosted a talk radio program from 2012-2015.
A graduate of the College of the Holy Cross, Frank is firm believer in the service of others and remains involved with several charities and non-profit organizations.
Born and raised in Lowell, Frank resides in North Andover with his wife and three children, one of which has intensive special needs holding a diagnosis of autism.

Lyn A. Snow
Executive Director & Co-Founder

Lyn has shared her knowledge and expertise with school districts and families for over eighteen years and offers a particular set of skills which blend her experience as an educator, behavior analyst, trainer, consultant and district-level administrator.
Lyn is a Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She also holds licenses as an Intensive Special Needs Teacher, Principal and Special Education Director in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In addition, she has been a certified trainer in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention for 15 years.
Her extensive experience serving as a liaison between families and both public and private schools results in her ability to provide comprehensive, well-researched and thoughtful guidance to schools and families in order to effectively support clients and provision for the most beneficial array of educational and behavioral services.

Alissa Rahilly
Associate Director

Alissa Rahilly is the PrideStar Center for Applied Learning’s Associate Director.  Alissa manages PCAL’s Registered Behavior Technicians, provide service delivery to clients and oversees the company’s executive administrative functions.  Rahilly brings more than ten years of special education experience to the PCAL team.  She has worked in both the public and private sectors in a number of capacities including para-professional, registered behavior technician, case advocate and compliance administrator.  Prior to joining PCAL, Alissa worked in the Chelmsford Public School as a Registered Behavior Technician and 1:1 aid/paraprofessional.

Alissa holds a BA in Psychology (with a Specialization in Developmental Disabilities) as well as a Graduate Certificate in Behavior Intervention in Autism from UMASS-Lowell.

Alexis Moazeni
Program Coordinator/Senior Behavior Technician

Alexis Moazeni is PrideStar Center for Applied Learning’s Program Coordinator and Senior Behavior Technician. As the Program Coordinator, Alexis is responsible for developing the daily schedule for both employees and clients. She is also responsible for developing and executing ABA programming for the Center’s clients.

Alexis holds a BA in Psychology, with a minor in Early Education and Specialization in Developmental Disabilities from UMASS-Lowell.  She has experience working in both private and public setting with individuals ranging from preschool to adulthood.


“It takes a village to raise a child. It takes a child with autism to raise the consciousness of the village.”

- Coach Elaine Hall