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Our Team

Carly Oberle, President & Founder

Carly (Landon's Mom) is the founder of Let's Include Landon.  Carly graduated from Miami University with a Major in Finance and a Minor in Entrepreneurship.  Her career was in banking.  As soon as her first child was diagnosed with Williams Syndrome (WS) her passion in life shifted to disability advocacy for her son.  With Let's Include Landon she hopes to be able to help other children. 

Carly had an active childhood - ballet, gymnastics, basketball, soccer, track and field, piano, and saxophone.  Being part of activities and on teams had a positive impact on her life offering many friends, a sense of belonging, and confidence.  Carly wants to be sure Landon and others like him have every opportunity she had and is hopeful Let's Include Landon will be helpful in creating some of this opportunity.

Carly is the Mom to Landon and his younger brother, Austen.  She resides in Waxhaw, NC with her children and her husband, Mike.


Kristin Rogers, Board Member

Kristin is a mom, wife, and artist.  She loves raising her 3 kids with her husband.  Kristin is a Matthews native and UNCG grad and enjoys painting, drawing, sewing, and taking on home improvement projects.  She is a violinist and is active in her church music and children's programs.  She has a heart for children and helping others, so when asked to be on the Board for Let's Include Landon, it was an easy "yes".



Heidi Hanson, Board Member

Heidi is a wife and mother of two boys. She lives in Matthews, NC with her family but she and her husband also operate an apiary out of Monroe, NC. Heidi's oldest son is on the Autism Spectrum. Heidi understands the difficulty in finding resources and activities for children with unique abilities. She feels strongly that all children should be able to play together and learn from one another. Families of children with unique abilities also need greater support and more resources at a local level. In her free time, Heidi enjoys reading, creating, volunteering, and singing in her local church choir. 

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