Publications include: author of 101 Practical Adaptations for the Inclusive Classroom (Corwin Publishing, 2010); co-author of "Establishing Codes of Acceptable School-Wide Behavior in a Multicultural Society" in Beyond Behavior (forthcoming); co-author of "Teachers of Students with Low Incidence Disabilities Talk about Their Own Learning: An International Insight" in Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities (2006); co-author of "The Challenges of Professional Development to Nurture Moments of Transformation in Teachers: An International Perspective" in British Journal of Special Education.
Presentations include: "Person-centered planning: Creating a community for all," at the National Association for Christians in Special Education Conference, Seattle (2010); co-presented, "The Effect of Augmentative Communication on Appropriate Communication in Preschool Children with Disabilities," at the annual Applied Behavior Analysis International Annual Convention, San Antonio (2010); "The Effects of Visual Supports on Acquisition of Independent Rountines for Adolecents with Autism Spectrum Disorder," at the ABA International Convention (2009); "Data Your Way," at the Northwestern Association for Behavior Analysis Regional Conference, Spokane (2009); "Visual Supports: Effects and Applications," at the Northwestern Association for Behavior Analysis Regional Conference, Spokane (2009); "Strategies for increasing child engagement: PECS, outdoor play spaces and communication books" at the Division of Early Childhood 23rd Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs, Ontario, Canada (2007).
Recipient of the Kenneth A. Sirotnik Tuition Scholarship for Social Justice in Education, University of Washington (2006); recipient of the College of Education Graduate Student Leadership Award, University of Washington (2004).
President of the Northwestern Association for Behavior Analysis (2010-present); committee member of the Washington Educators Skills Test-Endorsements (WEST-E): Early Childhood Special Education (2009); member of the Washington State Interagency Coordinating Council (SICC) for Infants and Toddlers with Disabiliteis and Their Families (2007-present); member of OSPI: Alternative Assessment Advisory Panel (2007-08). Serves as a representative with the Association of Trainers for Special Education Personnel (April 2006-present); advisory board member of AWARE: Autism Worldwide: Advocacy, Research and Education, a non-profit organization in development (Sept. 2006-present).