Elizabeth Sharp has been working with children in the clinical and home settings starting when she was five years old as a neurotypical peer with a Speech and Language Pathologist. Since, she has worked in the schools for 8 years in both the Special Education setting and the General Education setting. Elizabeth was also a paraprofessional and 1:1 aid for a child on the Autism Spectrum for one year. Her most experience is working with young children with special needs and Autism, and is currently working towards becoming a Registered Behavioral Technician.
Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her dog, Willow, camping, and running her small candle business. She also loves gardening and anything Disney. She hopes to one day become a Special Education teacher or Behavior Analyst.