Registered Behavior Technician
Anna was born in Portland, Oregon and has lived here her whole life. She holds a bachelors degree in Child and Family Studies with a Specialization in Special Education from Portland State University. Anna also played on the Portland State volleyball team for four years.
Anna has worked with children with a variety of backgrounds, mainly in kindergarten and first grade. She has experience working with children affected by Autism, Dyspraxia, Delayed Coordination Disorder, and other developmental delays. She has always had a strong desire to work with children who have special needs and is excited to make a difference in their lives. Anna is also excited to increase her knowledge of ABA strategies.
She loves interacting with children and making them laugh. Anna is interested in counseling, occupational therapy and other related fields.
Anna enjoys being active, trying new restaurants, and spending time with friends and family. During the summer, she will also be volunteering at program through Lewis and Clark College called Specialty Athletic Training, which creates a positive environment for children and adults with special needs, giving them the tools to exercise and to feel happy and confident about themselves.