My brother was diagnosed with autism at the age of 6. It wasn’t until the age of 26 that I finally began learning what that meant to me, and more importantly, what my brother meant to me. Keep reading to learn more about what I’m doing with my life – all brought to you by my brother.
Chief Executive Officer of Infiniteach LLC, an autism innovation company
Leveraging personal experiences, educational background, and professional expertise to change the educational landscape for children with autism around the world.
Director of AACTION Autism, an international nonprofit
AACTION provides autism training and resources to families and educators in developing countries, including more than 750 teachers and parents from countries throughout Southeast Asia and Western Africa. Utilizing asset-based community development, AACTION focuses on increasing local capacity, standardizing policies and procedures, and fostering new relationships with partnering organizations from around the world.
‘Double Domer’ graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Masters in Nonprofit Administration through Mendoza College of Business and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Katie lives in Chicago with her husband, Mark, but together they spend as much time as possible traveling the world. Mark knows that he falls second on Katie’s list – that’s why she loves him so much.