Juliette just recently received her MS in Applied Statistics from TC at Columbia University and will continue at TC at Columbia this fall for her PhD in Autism. Currently, Juliette is an intern at the US Department of Education and is a graduate student researcher at Columbia studying autism in special education contexts. She also is a working group member of the Community Academic Partnerships (CAPS) Group for the Center for Sleep in Autism at Stanford (CSASD) in partnership with the Stanford Neurodiversity Project. Juliette was an autism genetics research intern at Geisinger Health System. Additionally she was employed by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to develop the federal governments Neurodiversity at Work program. She has also held previous internships at NASA, The US State Department, Authentic Social, Leda Health, PA Biotechnology Center, and was a research assistant at her undergraduate institution. We are happy to have Juliette as our co-president.
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