After graduating from San Jose State University, Jamilah had her mind set on going back to school to become a social worker. She was a Certified Nurse’s Assistant and worked with the elderly population with dreams to work with children. In 2014 she began working at Morgan Autism Center where she fell in love with working with students and their families to support their education and overall functionality within the community. With the support of other teachers and administrators, she decided to go back to school in 2017 to obtain her Moderate/Severe Teaching Credential. She currently enjoys working with her students who range in age from 13-18 years old. Her goal in teaching is to support each student to become an active member of their community and be as independent as they can be.