As an undergraduate, Kathryn Ewell studied Occupational Therapy at UW-Madison. She moved to the Baltimore area to complete her degree requirements and became connected with Kennedy Krieger Institute (KKI). At KKI, Kathryn worked in a school setting providing OT services to students with autism 10-21 years of age. While at KKI, she earned her Master’s Degree in Special Education. Moving to a clinical setting, Kathryn expanded her therapeutic services to include early intervention clients. This is where she became interested in continuing her education in the field of ABA. In 2013, she completed her coursework at FIT and earned the credential of a BCBA. Combining her passion for occupational therapy and ABA, Kathryn provides therapeutic services to children birth – 21 in the home, school and community settings.