Bree joined CIP in 2017 as an academic coach. Bree has held different titles within CIP such as student support specialist and interim career coordinator. During her time as an academic coach and student support specialist, Bree found success working with students on their executive functioning skills in Academics, Careers, and Life Skills. Bree has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Family and Human Development from Arizona State University and a Master’s Degree in Child Development from California State University of Los Angeles.
While in graduate school, Bree worked as a Behavior Instructor and was a Graduate Teaching Assistant for a Family Resource and Case Management course. In addition, Bree also supported at-risk youth in Los Angeles with their college planning and conducted research on college faculty opinions on university programs geared towards college students on the Autism Spectrum.
As Academic Coordinator at CIP, Bree supports students by combining her creativity and passion to help our students understand the importance of executive functioning in order to thrive academically at their college. Her team supports students in building the skills and confidence necessary to be successful in their courses.
When Bree is not at CIP, you can find her at a concert, hanging with friends, or watching movies at home.