Kati received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University, majoring in Elementary Education, Learning Disabilities K-12, and English Language Arts 6-8. She also received her Master of Arts degree from Michigan State University in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). In 2014, she completed her Applied Behavior Analysis coursework from Michigan State University and hopes to one day become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Kati taught high school resource room English for three years in Michigan before moving to Florida. She is currently teaching in a self-contained ASD cluster at a local elementary school in Broward County. Aside from teaching, Kati has been working in the field of ABA since 2013, working with a range of clients ages 3 to 12. She has conducted ABA therapy in both the home and clinical setting as well as in the school and community setting. While living in Michigan, Kati also worked at a group home for two years, teaching the residents life skills and accompanying them on community outings. Kati is very dedicated to working with children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities and greatly enjoys helping to improve not only their quality of life, but life for those around them as well.