Executive Director - Jennifer Annable, M.Ed Jennifer is APL’s Executive Director. She has a breadth of experience working with children with and without special needs from birth through high school. Jennifer was the 2010 recipient of the Division of Early Childhood (DEC)’s Rose C. Engel Award for Excellence in Professional Practice. This national award recognizes the highest standards of practice in the education field. Jennifer received her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has a Master’s in Education and a Principal’s Certificate from the University of Washington. She is certified in Early Childhood Special Education, K-12 Special Education and K-8 Elementary Education. Prior to joining APL, Jennifer spent 25 years at the University of Washington’s Experimental Education Unit where she was Principal and most recently Director.
Director of Development - Andrea Sanders, M.Ed Andrea is APL’s Director of Development. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley as well as a Master’s degree from Vanderbilt University. While at Vanderbilt, Andrea founded an endowment that provides reading scholarships for children with Down syndrome. Since 2004, she has directed fundraising efforts and continues to encourage growth of the endowment principal. After leaving Nashville, Andrea spent two years at the Vaughn Gross Center for Reading and Language Arts in Austin, Texas assisting with adolescent literacy research. She has taught children with special needs across a variety of settings and learned the art of Precision Teaching at Morningside Academy. She is a member of the Association for Fundraising Professionals, Northwest Development Officers Association and the Seattle General Toastmasters. Andrea has been a member of the APL Team since the fall of 2011.
Administrator – Merit Malling After spending seven years abroad, Merit moved back to Seattle. While overseas, she received her undergraduate degree from the University of St. Andrews and her Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Upon completing her studies (for the time being!) she moved to Oxford where she worked both for the university library and as a para educator in the local public school system. Now back in the Northwest, she is rediscovering her love for coffee and hiking, and is patiently awaiting the day when the Sounders can take on the best of Europe!
Administrative Assistant – Blake DeGraw Blake was raised in Las Vegas, NV and lived in Armenia for two years after graduating high school. He studied linguistics at the University of Utah, after which he worked for several years as a substitute ESL teacher in Salt Lake City, as well as completing a term of service for Americorps teaching filmmaking/editing to at-risk youth. He also spent several years as a field instructor in a wilderness therapy program for at-risk teens in Utah’s West Desert, and spent a couple of years leading hiking excursion for adults with autism in Oakland and Berkeley, CA. He is a recent transplant to Seattle, where he has wanted to live since he was a kid. Being a dedicated musician and composer, he has plans to pursue an MFA in composition in the near future.
Founder/Program Consultant – Alison Moors, MA, BCBA Founder/Program Consultant – Alison Moors, MA, BCBA Alison is APL’s Founder and on-going Program Consultant. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology/Applied Behavior Analysis from West Virginia University, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Alison has been a passionate and dedicated teacher/therapist/educational consultant for students and their families for over fifteen years. During this time, she has had the pleasure of working with a wide variety of private and public school systems throughout the United States and abroad in countries such as Ghana, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Great Britain and American Samoa. To learn more about Alison’s career, click here
Clinical Coordinator - Courtney Burnett, M.Ed, BCBA Courtney is the Clinical Coordinator at APL. She is a P-12 Special Education certified teacher, as well as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received her Master's degree in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Washington in 2009. Courtney has experience teaching preschool and kindergarten, as well as working with families of infants and toddlers with special needs. She is passionate about supporting individual learners to reach their full potential within a welcoming environment. Courtney was the K/1 Head Teacher at APL in 2010-2011 and has since assumed her position as Clinical Coordinator.
General Education Curriculum Consultant - Erin Callaghan Erin moved from NYC, with her family four years ago, where she was a fourth and fifth-grade English, history and math teacher at The Dalton School. Before teaching at Dalton, Erin taught second and third-grade at The Village Community School- an independent school founded by Bank Street faculty. At both schools, Erin had the opportunity to design and teach innovative and progressive curriculum. Erin most recently taught and created humanities curriculum for the 5th grade at the St. Thomas School in Medina. Erin earned her B.A. in English from Lawrence University. After college she attended graduate school at Eastern Michigan University where she earned her MA degree in Children’s Literature and a second MA degree in Early Childhood Education from New York University. She is very happy to be here in Seattle with her husband and two children.
BCBA – Mariah Angele Mariah is thrilled to begin her fourth year at APL as the behavior analyst for the middle school and junior high classrooms. Mariah received her Master’s in Education from the University of Washington and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Having received her Bachelor’s degree in theatre and French, Mariah enjoys inspiring her students through interdisciplinary approaches. Mariah is eager to return to the strong community at APL and to a stage where dreams really can come true.
BCBA - Kelly Pipe Kelly is excited to return for her 4th year at APL, fulfilling the BCBA role in the 2nd/3rd grade classroom. She has been working with children with special needs for 5 years. In 2008, Kelly graduated with a B.A. in Communicative Disorders. In June of 2012, she finished up the BCBA program at the UW, earning her Master’s in Special Education and will sit for the BCBA exam in September.
BCBA – Chantrelle Stoeckley, M.Ed, BCBA Chante earned a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Montana State University. She earned her Master’s degree in Special Education, with a focus on low incidence disabilities, from the University of Washington in 2003. Chante taught public school in Brier, WA for 5 years and then took three years to fulfill her dream of living overseas and learning another language, by teaching English at a University in South Korea. When Chante returned, she taught a K-2 classroom run by Applied Behavior Consultants in Sacramento, CA. Chante has been teaching at APL for two years and is thrilled to return to the classrooms as a behavior analyst for the 4/5 and K/1 classrooms this year.
Paraprofessional - Paige Colgan Paige is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. She is a Seattle native and a graduate from Central Washington University with a B.A. in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education. Paige has been working with children in the field of education since 2002. Paige and her husband, Patrick, love living in Seattle and try to take advantage of what the northwest has to offer. The couple hopes to have future travels around the world, but for now they are both focusing on their work as educators.
Paraprofessional - Shelly Frappier Shelly is currently traveling the world and will return to APL next year. Shelly graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree and Theater from Siena Heights University in Michigan in 2004. While in Michigan, she worked with Very Special Arts of Michigan teaching art and drama with kids and adults. She then moved to California and worked as an ABA therapist for 4 years, acquiring skills in RDI, SCERTS and other forms of positive behavior management. Shelly hopes to bring her extensive behavior therapy background and theater experience to her work in the classroom.
Head Teacher – James Allred James is the head teacher for the K-1 class at APL. James graduated from the University of Oregon in 2007 and then completed his Masters in Elementary Teaching at the University of Washington in 2010. He has a background in Special Education and teaching English Language Learners. James has been in the teaching field for 5 years and feels lucky to be doing his dream job at APL – a special place to teach and learn. James was married in August, 2012, and he and his wife, Blaise, like to hike, cook and explore the region and the world through travel.
Assistant Teacher – Stephanie Broadgate Stephanie was born and raised in Seattle and graduated from Antioch University with a degree in Liberal Studies. Her undergraduate schooling also included time at Western Washington University where she studied special education. She has been working in the field of Precision Teaching for 5 years. Stephanie is currently working on her MA in Psychology to become a Couple and Family Therapist. In her free time, she enjoys wandering the Washington coastline with her husband Pat and their dog Diesel.
Paraprofessional - Ester Bae Ester is a paraprofessional at APL. She studied Elementary and Special Education at the University of Hawaii and moved to Seattle in 2009. Autism has been her passion for over 6 years and she has experience in multiple ages and settings. Ester plans to spend her free time exploring the northwest. She is honored to be a part of APL and is looking forward to a great school year!
Paraprofessional – Caitlin Blanchard Caitlin is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. She has recently returned to the Seattle area after graduating from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a BA in Liberal Studies and a minor in Child Development. She wants to pursue her Master’s degree in Special Education in the near future. Caitlin enjoys being outdoors, hiking, running, going to the beach and spending time with her family and friends. She is looking forward to the year ahead at APL!
Paraprofessional – Laura Hodge Laura is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. She recently graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a B.A. in Literature and a minor in Education and Applied Psychology. She is currently a graduate student at UW, where she is working on her M.Ed. in Special Education and preparing for a career as a BCBA. She has been working in special education for the past four years, including two summers as a paraeducator in an early childhood ABA program, and spent the last year and a half working in an inclusive first grade classroom. Born and raised in California, she is new to the Seattle area and is looking forward to exploring all the Pacific Northwest has to offer!
Paraprofessional – Melvin Jones Melvin is a paraprofessional here at APL in the K/1 classroom. Melvin graduated from Portland State University in June of 2011. Since then he has been playing semi-pro basketball and working here at APL. He also works for the Watts Basketball Association doing basketball camps during school vacations and at the City of Seattle Parks and Recreation Department during the summers. For five summers he worked in the summer camp program at the Experimental Education Unit. Melvin is the son of Jennifer Annable and is really enjoying working here at APL.
Paraprofessional – Nicolle Simon Nicolle is a paraprofessional teacher at APL and is very happy to be part of the K/1 team this year. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Social Sciences: Gender, Ethnicity, and Culture and has a Photography degree from the Art Institute of Seattle. She is currently enrolled in UW’s Masters of Education - Applied Behavior Analysis program. Nicolle has experience working with kids in and out of the school setting. This is Nicolle’s fifth year at APL, and she is excited to continue to learn and grow with the students. In her free time, Nicolle likes to bake, read, go on adventures, and spend time with friends and family.
Head Teacher – Kimberly Faircloth This will be Kimmi's second year at APL and she is so happy to be returning to the 2nd and 3rd grade classroom. Kimmi earned her Master's degree at Fordham University in New York City for Childhood Education and Special Education. Kimmi began her career at APL as a Paraprofessional and is excited to be the Head Teacher this year and have the opportunity to work with the all the amazing students, families, and staff of APL. Working with children has always been a love of Kimmi's, but she also enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and her dog Winnie! As a native of Colorado, Kimmi has grown up spending the majority of her free time outdoors and loves all the wonderful opportunities that Seattle offers to explore the beautiful state of Washington. Looking forward to another great year!
Assistant Teacher – Danni Sandal Danni began as a paraprofessional teacher at APL in 2009. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences, focusing on communication disorders. She intends to pursue a graduate degree in Speech pathology as well. Danni has experience working with kids in and out of the school setting and is excited to return to the 2nd and 3rd grade classroom this year!
Paraprofessional - Dustin Dixon Dustin spent the last two years working as a paraprofessional in Montana, where he is from. He moved back out to the Seattle area to participate in the Early Childhood Special Education MA program at the University of Washington. His BA is in Comparative World Religions from PLU. He enjoys being outside and spending time with his wife and baby boy. He’s thrilled for the opportunity to be part of the APL team.
Paraprofessional - Andrew Feltes Drew is a paraprofessional teacher entering into his first year at APL. Born into a family of teachers and educators, he is proud to be carrying on the tradition! Drew studied Athletic Training at Northern Illinois University, and moved to Seattle in early 2011. While working for the Boys & Girls Club of Bellevue, he had the privilege of working with a nonverbal student with autism, who changed his life forever. He has since worked with several other children with autism, forming incredible relationships with all, and further reaffirming this as his calling. He is extremely excited for this upcoming school year, and can't wait to meet everyone!
Paraprofessional - Taya Gasperini Taya is a paraprofessional teacher in her second year at APL. She is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a degree in Elementary Education. Prior to APL, Taya worked in a first grade class in Boston, MA. Taya hopes to share her love of art and theatre with APL students in the coming year. She moved to the Seattle area from Boston and is very excited to get the year started!
Paraprofessional - Jon Hollenbeck Jon is entering his first year at APL. His current goal is to earn his teaching degree and he feels that APL will provide valuable experience during his journey. Shortly after moving to Seattle Jon began coaching youth football for the Interbay Eagles in the Magnolia area. Jon says, "Being around my football players has really unearthed a passion for helping, teaching, and motivating kids." He is looking forward to working with and learning from all the APL teachers, parents, and students and becoming a part of the community.
Paraprofessional – Kimberly Manion Kim is a paraprofessional in her second year at APL. She graduated from the University of Texas in 2007 with a BA in Psychology. She spent three years working in Cincinnati, Ohio as an intervention specialist at a center-based treatment program, providing early intervention and ABA therapy to children with autism. Kim moved to Seattle with her husband in January and is loving exploring the city! She is very excited to be starting her second year at APL!
Paraprofessional - Cooper Metz Cooper graduated with her bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology from the University of Washington in June 2012. While working on her degree she volunteered with the non-profit organization Neighborhood House in their youth education program as an afterschool tutor. She also volunteered as a teacher’s aide at Madrona K-8 and APL. Cooper moved from North Carolina to Washington seven years ago and currently lives in Seattle with three close friends and her pride and joy, Bowie, a bull terrier pit bull mix.
Leanna Myhre Leanna has been working with youth for the past 10 years in a variety of settings around the Seattle area. Leanna graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Society Ethics and Human Behavior from the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington in June of 2011. In the same month she began her training in ABA Therapy and continues to enjoy her job as a therapist while working at APL. She is proud to say that the educators she has come to know at APL are some of the most inspiring people she has ever had the privilege of working with. If Leanna is not at work you can probably find her sipping tea (preferably by a wood burning fire), hiking, snowboarding, doing yoga, enjoying a good film or book, walking her dog, or just sharing some laughs.
Paraprofessional – Caitlin Wilson This is Caitlin's third year as a paraprofessional teacher at APL. Caitlin graduated from Whitman College in 2008 with a B.A. in Psychology and an emphasis on Early Childhood Education. Her interest in the field began while working at UW's Experimental Education Unit during college summer breaks. After graduating, Caitlin lived and worked in Australia for two years. Caitlin will be attending the University of Washington School of Education this year to pursue a Master’s degree in Education and BCBA certification. In her spare time, Caitlin enjoys reading, hiking, travelling and spending time with family and friends.
Head Teacher – Aidan Vickers Aidan is the 4/5 head teacher. He has worked as both a teacher and paraprofessional in inclusive classrooms. Originally from England, he studied teaching at Cambridge University and taught for two years in an 11-18 School. In 2009 he moved to Seattle where he worked as an ABA tutor in various environments. He joined APL in 2011 as a Paraprofessional and completed his M.Ed in Special Education (BCBA route) from Arizona State University shortly afterwards. This year he is excited to apply his experience in general and special education as the 4/5 head teacher. In his spare time he enjoys reading, listening to music and spending time with his Wife.
Assistant Teacher – Robert Morrow Rob begins his first year as an assistant teacher at APL this year. Rob went to school at the University of Washington for History and at Western Governors University for Secondary Social Studies Education. Rob has worked as paraprofessional and a teacher in the Kent and Tacoma School Districts for 8 years. Rob has also coached basketball at a variety of schools in the area for the past 15 years. Rob lives in Seattle with his girlfriend Jessica, his seven-year-old daughter and their dog and three cats. He is excited to join the staff at APL.
Paraprofessional – Trevor Boesche Trevor is a paraprofessional teacher at APL and has been working with children for the past 9 years. Trevor graduated from the University of Hawaii with a BA in Psychology. Having relocated to the Seattle area from Honolulu, he was drawn to the Northwest because of the mountains and the life of the city here. In his spare time Trevor enjoys hiking, snowboarding and surfing in warm waters. Trevor is excited to have found a fit at APL and is looking forward to enjoying Seattle this year!
Paraprofessional – Carolyn Campbell Carolyn is a paraprofessional teacher in her second year at APL. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a BA in Psychology and a minor in music. Carolyn is passionate about working with kids with special needs, and is interested in pursuing graduate study in special education to become BCBA certified. In her free time, she enjoys running, playing classical piano, and hiking.
Paraprofessional - Megan Johnson Megan graduated from Linfield College receiving her BA in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. She then spent two years traveling the country while working as a school teacher for Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus. After working for the circus she worked to earn her Masters of Education in Reading and Literacy. Megan is excited to start a new adventure at APL
Paraprofessional - Anurati Mehta Anurati is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. She is also pursuing her MEd in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) at the University of Washington. She is excited to work at APL because it gives her the opportunity to apply what she learns. Anurati has lived, studied, and worked in India and the UK. She also has a Master’s degree in Developmental Psychopathology from the University of Reading. In India, Anurati worked as a research fellow at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER). At PGIMER, she helped develop Diagnostic and Treatment Modules for both adults and children. Anurati moved to Seattle from India to study at the University of Washington and work at APL. She loves to travel and is excited to explore and experience America!
Paraprofessional – Layne Salter Layne is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. This is Layne's 4th year of teaching and her second year at APL. Layne graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Massachusetts Amherst and has previously taught at multiple private schools on the East Coast. She also has a passion for tutoring high school students and has worked as a private tutor for the Bush School. She is excited to work with the kids at APL and intends to pursue her M.Ed in Special Education and become BCBA certified at University of Washington. Layne loves working and inspiring kids of all ages to develop a love and passion for learning. In her free time she enjoys rowing, running marathons and watching NCAA division 1 sports.
Paraprofessional - Michelle Sauncy Michelle Sauncy is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. She has a degree in Rehabilitation from University of Arizona, and is currently in school for her M.Ed in Special Education and preparing for her BCBA exam. Her husband's military career has brought her from Arizona to Oklahoma to Washington, and she is now spending her second year loving the Pacific Northwest. She has worked in a variety of educational and therapeutic settings for the last six years. Michelle enjoys hiking, gardening, and painting.
Paraprofessional - Ryan Turner Ryan is a paraprofessional teacher at APL and is returning to APL for his 5th year. Ryan received his BA in Sociology from the University of North Carolina and has been working with kids and adolescents for the past ten years. He moved to Seattle in 2002, originally working for one of the founding families of the school before becoming a part of the APL family. He loves live music, the Seahawks and good food and wine. Ryan is excited to be a part of the 4/5 classroom and this great team -- it is going to be a great year!
Andy Zook Andy is a paraprofessional at APL. Andy recently completed his board certification as a music therapist following his B.A. in Music Therapy at Seattle Pacific University. He is currently developing a music therapy camp for children with autism at Seattle's Experience Music Project, which had it's first successful camp the summer of 2012. In his free time, Andy is a performing musician, a cat owner, a runner, and is working on developing Music Therapy in the Seattle area.
Head Teacher – Lovelle Suarez, M.Ed After attending schools in both Hawaii and California, Lovelle received her BA from the University of Washington and her Graduate Academic Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from the University of North Texas. Lovelle received her M.Ed in Special Education in Severe and Profound Disabilities with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis in December 2010. She has been working in homes with children and adolescents as an ABA therapist and precision teacher for almost 10 years. In addition, she spent 2 summers working in a summer school inclusion program and the APL tutoring center and has student teaching experience at both the EEU and in Seattle Public Schools. With these experiences, Lovelle has gained expertise in Precision Teaching Methodologies, Applied Behavior Analysis, Direct Instruction and work with Augmentative Communication Devices. In her free time she enjoys reading, running, outdoor activities, listening to music and going out with friends.
Assistant Teacher – Angie Caputa Angie received both her Master’s degree in Special Education and her BA in English (Linguistics) from Arizona State University. She began working with children in 2006 providing in-home Applied Behavior Analysis services to children with autism and working as an assistant at an Early Childhood Program. Her student teaching experience includes k-12 grade students with learning disabilities, general education 4th graders and second language learners. In her free time she enjoys outdoor activities, live music, and art. She is happy to be a part of APL for another year.
Paraprofessional – Adrienne Barker Adrienne is a paraprofessional teacher in her second year at APL. Adrienne graduated from the University of Washington with her Bachelors of Science in Speech and Hearing. She has previously worked with clinical directed home programs and for the Highline School District in an early intervention preschool program. In her spare time, Adrienne likes to travel, go to concerts, bake up a storm and do craft and other DIY projects.
Paraprofessional – Jeff DeWitt Jeff is a paraprofessional in his second year at APL. Jeff has been working as a paraprofessional and mentor for three years since moving to Seattle in 2008. Jeff has spent his education and counseling career working equally with school districts and families all around the Puget Sound. He graduated from Hendrix College in Arkansas with his Bachelor’s degree in Religion and Philosophy. Jeff is excited to learn the techniques for precision learning from the amazing staff of APL as he continues his career in education. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys geekier pastimes and is more than capable of understanding any child's whirling vocabulary of games and cartoons.
Paraprofessional - Allison Eby Allison Eby is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. She has a degree in Psychology from University of California, Santa Barbara, and is currently in school for her M.Ed in Special Education and preparing for her BCBA exam. She loves working with children and has done so for nine years including spending the last three years working at the Koegel Autism Center doing in-home behavioral therapy. Allison’s favorite things are cooking, reading, and spending time outdoors. She is very excited for her first year living in Seattle and working at APL.
Paraprofessional -- Anthony Kidd Anthony is a paraprofessional teacher in the middle school classroom at APL. He completed his course work in Recreation Management at the Eastern Washington University. Anthony worked at the Experimental Education Unit (EEU) for five summers and also worked for the Associated Recreation Council (ARC) at several local community centers. He is the proud father of his baby daughter, Jayla. Jennifer Annable is his guardian and he is excited to continue to work at APL.
Paraprofessional - Trevor Kitchin Trevor is a first year paraprofessional at APL. He has a teaching degree in health/physical education from the University of Montana. He has worked as a paraprofessional at an inclusive school called CO-TEACH Preschool in Missoula, Montana. He coaches youth select soccer for the Seattle United Club. Trevor is a proud Seattle native and loves the northwest. He recently got married this summer and is really excited to start working at APL.
Paraprofessional – Allison Winger Allison is a paraprofessional teacher at APL. Allison graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Washington in 2008. She has worked at APL since 2008 and loves working with children. Allison enjoys doing anything outdoors as a result of being born and raised in Seattle! She is an avid traveler has had many amazing opportunities volunteering and traveling in South America and Spain.
Head Teacher – Michelle Brewer, M.Ed, MA Michelle is happy to be returning for her second year at APL and is very excited about the new junior high school. She has focused on secondary education in her graduate studies in Special Education at Long Island University and Reading at Columbia University. Prior to working at APL, she taught in the New York City public school system, developed curriculum and instruction with the NYC Office of Special Education Initiatives and directed special education services at a private, non-profit in San Mateo, CA. When she's not at APL, she can be found jogging at Green Lake Park, walking with her 12-year-old Ridgeback Rescue, or at home reading, cooking and baking.
Assistant Teacher – Evan Siamas Evan was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and has over five years of teaching experience in private schools and enrichment programs in the Seattle area. This is his third year at APL, and he is very excited to be teaching in the Junior High School. In his spare time, Evan gives private drum lessons to children of all ages, loves to cook, read philosophy, and spend time outdoors with his wife, daughter and Australian Shepard.
Paraprofessional - Debbie Limon Debbie is excited to work as a paraprofessional in the Junior High at APL. She has over ten years of experience teaching preschool and coordinating services for Early Childhood Special Education programs in Seattle. She obtained her Master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Washington and is returning to UW this year to obtain her BCBA. She is also launching a nonprofit - Accessing Communities for Everyone - with a mission to increase access and recreational opportunities in and around Seattle for preteens and adults with disabilities.
Paraprofessional - Samantha Richardson This is Samantha’s first year as a paraprofessional at APL. She has been an ABA therapist for the past four years working in and out of school settings. Samantha has a Bachelor’s degree from the Evergreen State College and is currently enrolled in the ABA program at the University of Washington. She is very excited to be at APL and can’t wait to learn more in her graduate program.
Paraprofessional - Amy Yoo Amy attended the University of Washington for her BA in History and went to New York for her MA in Teaching at Teachers College. Although she loved New York, she is glad to be back in Seattle and is truly grateful for the opportunity to work at APL. This is her first year and she is really excited for the opportunity!
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Academy for Precision Learning
P.O. Box 51241
Seattle, WA 98115