Jessica was born in Germany and raised in Southern California. She graduated from California Lutheran University in May 2014 with two Bachelor degrees, one in Psychology and one on Theology and Christian Leadership. After living in Germany, she moved back to California and began working as a one-to-one ABA instructor for a company that provides Early Intervention ABA therapy in homes, schools, and in community settings. In 2016, Jessica completed her training as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) working under the supervision of multiple BCBA’s. During that time, Jessica worked with an online graphing and data system, took and analyzed program data as well as wrote progress summaries. She ran daily client sessions teaching life skills, motor skills, and cognitive learning skills. Following a promotion to lead instructor, she was responsible for facilitating team and parent communication about programming and sessions, as well as organizing materials and data needed for each client. Jessica discovered Knospe-ABA and started her intensive training as an ABA/VB consultant shortly after her return to Germany. During her training, Jessica learned to implement several different assessment protocols, attended workshops and worked with over 50 children with autism and related disorders. Jessica is supporting the education of children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental delays in middle and southern Germany.