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Juliette received her bachelor's in physics and data science at Bloomsburg University. She received her MS in Applied Statistics from TC, Columbia University and will continue at Columbia this fall for her PhD in Autism. Currently, Juliette is an intern at the US Department of Education and is a graduate student researcher at Columbia studying autism in special education contexts. She also is a working group member of the Community Academic Partnerships (CAPS) Group for the Center for Sleep in Autism at Stanford (CSASD) in partnership with the Stanford Neurodiversity Project. Juliette was an autism genetics research intern at Geisinger Health System. Additionally she was employed by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to develop the federal governments Neurodiversity at Work program. She has also held previous internships at NASA, The US State Department, Authentic Social, Leda Health, PA Biotechnology Center, and was a research assistant at her undergraduate institution. We are happy to have Juliette as our CEO.
Nicolette received her bachelor's in philosophy from Temple University. She then went on to receive an MBA and JD from Villanova University. Nicolette previously worked in wealth management for those with disabilities at PNC bank. Currently, she works at a law firm conducting estate planning. We are happy to have her as our lawyer and CFO!
Ethan received his bachelor's in History from the University of South Florida. His interests lie in politics, economics, and history. Ethan is responsible for compiling resources and information regarding neurodiversity and mental health legislation throughout local and federal governmental agencies along with our Judaism and autism/disability project.
Shana is a community musician, music teacher and UU Music Director interested in the intersection between Judaism and autism and disability more broadly. We are happy to have her as a researcher!
Moussa earned his BA in Illustration in 2020 and is currently studying psychology as Columbia University with the goal of earning a PhD. His professional interests lie in autism and neurodivergence research as well as therapy and education. He regularly works with Institution Sainte Fatima in Dakar, Senegal where he updates and trains staff on modern intervention methods for special needs children as well as advising with program-wide reforms. Moussa also works as a student researcher at Columbia University.
Aris is pursuing her bachelor's in psychology and theater at UC Berkeley, where she is a psychology research assistant. She is also the executive director and editor for the Undergraduate Journal of Psychology at Berkeley. We are thankful to have Aris as a researcher with us.
Gennady received a master's degree in general psychology from City College of New York, where he also worked as a research assistant. He also holds a master's in school psychology from Iona College. We are thankful for Gennady as a researcher and peer autism consultant.
Cassy serves as a Secretary for the organization.