Executive Director | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer is a Colorado native and resides in Jefferson County with her husband and two children. Jennifer's lengthy professional career in public education as a teacher, administrator, and director of instruction has given her a deep understanding of how people learn and how to create opportunities that bring our people's strengths. Her work in the non-profit sector as a founding member of the Internet Safety Foundation, a leadership team member at Night Lights Respite Care and as the Board President at Bal Swan Children's Center has given her a solid foundation to support the Autism community. Jennifer is a connector who builds strong relationships with a focus on inclusivity. She cares deeply about the people in her community, particularly those who are neurodivergent. Her eldest son is on the autism spectrum and has an intellectual disability. From the earliest days of raising a child with a disability, Jennifer has worked to create inclusive spaces where all people are represented and feel a sense of belonging and community.
Director of Programs | email@example.com
Shannon is a University of Texas alumni (Hook 'Em!), who earned her Master's in Public Health, focusing in Community Health. During her career, Shannon has worked as a health educator with schools, nonprofits evaluating and building programs for numerous diverse communities, and served as an epidemiologist by designing, implement, and advise on health policies to minimize outbreaks during the COVID pandemic. She always had a passion for serving and helping local communities to make a difference, and prefers to be involved in the ground work. Shannon is committed to serving the Autism community and connecting them to support and resources that enhance their lives. She believes everyone deserves to be empowered and represented about their goals, health, and happiness.