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Learning Specialist + Executive Functioning Coach


My name is Ashley, I live in Hollywood, CA with my husband and our 4 children. I love exploring the city and being outdoors. I have worked with individuals with disabilities since 2012. Growing up, I knew I would go into the education space in some capacity. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Clinical Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Education, and am currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education in Special Ed. I have clinical degrees in both Sports Psychology and Health, Diet, and Nutrition Science.

I am a credentialed teacher in both CA and GA in general education K-12, mild/mod, and mod/severe. I am also credentialed for English as a Second Language. 

I have over 12 years of experience working with individuals with diverse needs. I enjoy teaching students both in and out of the classroom, and have also worked as a Behavioral Intervention Specialist and Nutritionist specializing in adapted feeding needs. I have also worked privately providing support to students with both high functioning and low functioning disabilities in K-12. I have significant experience with executive function needs and I am trained in behavioral interventions. I enjoy working with individuals with Autism, EF, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Complex Trauma, Behavioral Needs, and cognitive disabilities, and I am trained in SMARTS Executive Functioning approach, Lindamood-Bell, and the Orton-Gillingham approach.

In my time as an educator, I have advocated for the inclusion of special education students through adapted technology initiatives, even creating a program with my team to secure technology devices for students with disabilities while working in Georgia. I have also worked with LAUSD, and during my time as a Special Education teacher, I became the vice-chair of my school’s UTLA branch and advocated for the inclusion of special education students into specials and schoolwide programs while also being a member of the LGBTQ+ support team at my school. I work to teach students self-advocacy and fight for their rights to be included in their schools and communities.

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