Amy graduated from the University of South Florida with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2014. After graduating, she worked as a behavior therapist specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in a private school setting helping children with developmental disabilities. Amy moved to Florida from New Jersey in 2010 to continue her education and pursue her passion in speech and behavior therapy. She is especially enthusiastic about facilitating verbal and nonverbal communication in children who are otherwise unable to express themselves. She has made this a special area of focus. Building on her educational foundation in behavior therapy, she regularly seizes continuing education opportunities in speech and behavior-related areas. In the near future, she plans to obtain her Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and Speech and Language Pathology. In her free time, Amy loves to travel, go to the beach and play soccer.