Students

Lindsey Finger received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Kansas State University. She is currently a graduate student at the University of Washington where she is studying Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Lindsey is currently completing an internship with the UWAC ABA team.
Tiffany Phillips studied psychology and education at the University of California, Davis, and is enrolled as a graduate student at UW to study applied behavior analysis, and is currently completing an internship with the UWAC ABA team.
Vanessa Zhou is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Seattle Pacific University currently completing a practicum at the UW Autism Center focused on assessment. Her research focuses on the influence of culture on executive functioning in autistic preschoolers. She is also interested in improving service quality and access for underserved families of individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities.

Post-Doctoral Trainees

Dr. Natasha Lewis Harrington, Psy.D. is a postdoctoral trainee in clinical psychology. She is autistic and has been involved with the neurodiversity movement since college. Dr. Harrington provides a combination of clinical knowledge, personal perspective, and advocacy for the autistic community.
Dr. Kate MacDuffie is a post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Washington Autism Center. Her research interests are in the field of neuroethics, with a specific focus on the ethical use of predictive neuroimaging in pediatric disorders.

See her personal website here!