Anna is a Southern California transplant who attended San Jose State University. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Adapted Physical Activity. Through her education, Anna volunteered with a number of organizations for people with disabilities and in doing so developed a passion for wanting to help others. Shortly after graduating, Anna applied as an instructional aide at the Morgan Autism Center in 2013. Her experience in the classroom with the students at Morgan Autism Center and her interest in autism led Anna to the decision to become a Special Education Teacher. She went back to school in 2016 to earn her teaching credential in Moderate/Severe Disabilities and is now a head teacher for young adults at the Morgan Autism Center. Anna provides educational opportunities for functional academics, life skills and social skills. She believes in creating a positive and supportive environment for the students. Anna brings her organizational skills to the classroom and prides herself on being a role model for her staff and students. In her free time Anna enjoys cooking, taking walks with her dog Dexter and spending time with friends and family.