Jesse brings a variety of experience to the Woodlands, including direction, leadership and instruction for people with disabilities and young professionals pursuing career paths in the field of disability health services. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Special Education and Elementary Education and her Master of Science in Adapted Physical Activity from Slippery Rock University, and then went on to teach autism support at Mt. Lebanon School District in Pittsburgh. In addition, she was the summer program director for Camp R.O.C.K., a camp for children with autism spectrum disorder at Slippery Rock University and was lead teacher for Camp S.P.E.A.K. held by the Autism Society of Pittsburgh. She also served across the United States as a team member in AmeriCorps National Community Corps (NCCC), whose mission is to strengthen communities and develop leaders through direct, team-based national and community service. Jesse most recently worked as inclusion teacher at Southern Lee High School in Sanford, NC before joining us here at The Woodlands.