Jennie has worked with individuals of all abilities across a myriad of settings, helping her to understand first-hand the varying complexities of intellectual health and intervention. With a passion for prevention and a fascination for the intricate relationships between humans and our living, working environments, Jennie pursued her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in Health Studies. Her program included fieldwork involving data collection and observation of individuals on the spectrum who attended the Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center. There she was able to observe individual behaviors and take client data, and this experience furthered her involvement and volunteer work in the behavioral field. Her continued interest in behavior and intervention transformed her overall focus in the métier of Applied Behavior Analysis. Currently she is working as Certified Behavior Technician, and eager to further her experience to become a Behavior Analyst, she is pursuing her Masters of Arts in Special Education with a focus in ABA. She has enjoys collaborating with the supportive staff at APPLE and her goals include providing tools to individuals to help them achieve the highest quality of life and independence possible.