A Miami native, New-York grown educator who is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and families through a multi-faceted learning approach. Katherine spent four years in New York City working with a variety of populations in different educational settings, such as, adults with traumatic brain injuries, children with behavioral disabilities, and children with multiple disabilities. Katherine earned her undergraduate degree in early childhood education (birth-grade 2) and special education (birth-grade 2) from New York University. She also earned a fellowship from George Washington University to receive a Master of Science in Education degree (focused on traumatic brain injuries and transition services). Katherine currently holds an initial educator’s certificate from the State of New York Department of Education as well as a certified brain injury specialist certificate from the Brain Injury Association of America.