Jessica is the chief clinician assistant for Dr. Carl Sundberg where she organizes current research, helps develop presentations and completes many other duties to assist the chief clinician. She graduated from the Teaching All Learners program through the Indiana University School of Education. Her background and licensing is in elementary and special education. While completing her undergraduate degree, she was a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Jessica was also awarded the SSACI Est. Special Education Scholarship and was chosen to be a presenter at the Exemplary Work and More Gala. She spent three years teaching in the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation as a life skills teacher. While teaching and living in Columbus, IN, she was a member of the board for the Arc of Bartholomew County and participated in many community projects, activities and fundraisers focused on individuals with disabilities and their families. During Jessica’s third year teaching, she started her masters in applied behavior analysis through Ball State University and accepted a position as a behavior technician at BACA the following summer. She has worked at BACA for just over two years and was awarded Behavior Technician of the Year for 2013.
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