Jennifer Soley, M.Ed.
Jennifer received a Master’s degree in Special Education from Arizona State University. After graduation, she accepted a position at Southwest Autism Research Resource Center (SARRC) a non profit in Phoenix. During her time at SARRC, she was very involved in the Community Works, Teen/Adult Life Skills, Women’s Empowerment and
PEERS® programs. In 2014 she returned to Houston, her hometown, and teaches social skills to students at Avondale House and Social Motion Skills. The number one component that Jennifer sees for success with her clients, is educating the parents. She is a certified PEERS® facilitator.
Amy Walker, M.S.
Amy is a special education teacher and youth development leader who is passionate about inclusion of individuals of all abilities. She has over 10 years experience working with individuals with special needs in the education and community setting. Amy earned a Masters of Science degree in Youth Development Leadership from Clemson University and is a certified PEERS® facilitator.