I earned my degrees in Educational Psychology and Adapted Physical Activity at McGill University in Montreal, QC Canada. My main area of focus is promoting physical activity for people with disabilities. I am the Director of Clinical Operations and Children's Services at the Brown Center of Achievement through Adapted Physical Activity at CSUN. I have implemented a fundamental motor skill program for children with and without disabilities, an aquatic program for children with moderate to severe disabilities, and a peer support physical activity program for college students with autism (IFiT). In addition I serve as PI on two grants from Veteran Affairs and the Craig Neilson Foundation, the grants fund Valley GO! an adapted boating and hand-cycling program at the Aquatic Center at Castaic Lake. I teach classes in the Center of Achievement and have a passion for guiding students as they learn about the world of disability and have a chance to put theory into action. I mentor graduate students in APA and I am a Build Poder mentor.
- Ph.D. 2007, McGill University
- M.A. 1989, McGill University
- B.S. 1981, Concordia University
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