Kerrie moved to Florida in 2015 to pursue a degree in occupational therapy at Keiser University. She already has a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science, which she earned from The College of New Jersey in 2012. During her undergrad, she devoted her time to volunteering with the Special Olympics. Kerrie has experience in neurologic rehabilitation and hand therapy, which she obtained during her fieldwork affiliations. She is certified in physical agent modalities and is a proud member of the American Occupational Therapy Association. Kerrie is excited to begin her OT career at FOCUS while pursuing her passion for working with children. In her free time, she loves going to the beach, exercising and spending time with her fur child, Tyson.