I completed my Bachelors in Child Development in 2016 at Texas Woman’s University. I have worked with children with disabilities, autism and related disorders since 2015. After working in several therapeutic and educational settings, I realized that working with children with Autism was my calling. The bond that I could create with a person who had no words was remarkable and revealed the depths of how much I could love working with children.
Shortly after starting my career in ABA in 2017, I pursued my masters at Ball State University in Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in Autism. ABA has become the beacon that drives my passion for changing the lives of children on spectrum. I graduated in July of 2019.
All though I love working in the field of ABA, on my days off I enjoy trying new restaurants with friends and family, traveling and thrifting!