Mary’s career supporting those in need began on the grade school playground, where she regularly challenged and deflated bullies. Thirty years of toiling for The Man helped her develop a broad range of eclectic skills, from editing and publishing, to marketing, and business management at for-profit companies such as Hasbro, Wizards of the Coast, 38 Studios, and TOR Books/St. Martin’s Press. She stepped away briefly mid-career to raise two boys who are now men and author twelve novels, as well as study and practice extensively as a certified integrative life and executive coach. She is thrilled to be using the full breadth of skills she’s acquired over her career in her daily work at Wonderland. In recent years she’s turned her sights on golf, a fickle game.
Michelle Stiller Bradley
Chief Program Officer
Michelle Stiller Bradley
Michelle has lived in and traveled to many places around the world, including: Malaysia, Guatemala, Israel, Thailand, and Costa Rica, and hopes to experience many more. Born in Berkeley, California, she has found her forever home here in Seattle. She has been a “helper” since very early on and has vivid memories of helping her mom, a physical therapist, every Friday at the senior center where she worked. At age 15, one of Michelle’s closest friends was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, and she had the honor to being part of his journey for the next nine years before he lost his battle to the disease. He inspired Michelle with his grace and joy, despite the challenges faced, which reinforced her passion for helping others. These life experiences, among others, led to getting a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and a Master of Arts in Counseling. She’s worked in the social service field for over 20 years as a therapist, case manager, investigator, child interviewer, victim advocate, preschool teacher, and non-profit manager, while raising two lovely girls she’s proud to call her daughters.
Chief Investment & Partnership Officer
Liz Flores-Marcus is a passionate advocate for increasing opportunities and resources for underserved youth. She grew up in the Bay Area and spent many afternoons at her mom’s occupational therapy clinic. Liz worked at a summer camp in Minnesota serving individuals with disabilities as a teenager. In her first nonprofit job, she assisted undocumented students seeking legal status. Since moving to Seattle in 2014, Liz has worked on behalf of organizations with missions ranging from increasing college access to international development. Liz takes a community-centric approach to fundraising and is excited to apply her skills and experience at Wonderland. Liz enjoys volunteering in her community, serving as board secretary for the South Seattle College Foundation and mentor for LGBT+ youth. In her free time, she enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest’s beautiful hiking trails.
Katya grew up in Latvia, a beautiful Baltic country with evergreens and annual rainfall rivaling Seattle. Interested in understanding how the human mind works, she earned a BA in psychology and later an MBA in marketing from the University of Southern California. She has over 15 years of marketing experience across different industries, including video games, hospitality, and medical insurance for pets. As a mom of three kids, she is excited to bring her marketing skills to a non-profit that supports children and their families. Katya loves endurance running, taking lessons in classical ballet, and introducing her kids to the joys of hiking on local trails.
Courtney originally hails from the faraway land of Portland, OR. With a heart for children and a desire to learn she trekked all the way to Seattle for college and never left after graduation. Courtney has worked with children as an educator in various capacities: preschool teacher, nanny and as an educator at the Seattle Children’s Museum. It was as a nanny that she met her husband (family uncle) and her charges soon became her nieces. Throughout her career Courtney has also become proficient in bookkeeping and HR practices and is using these skills in her position as Wonderland’s business manager. In her free time Courtney enjoys spending time with her husband and their two chocolate labs, Bear and Andi. In spring/summer months you’ll often find her fishing or touring Washington wine country.
Therapy Manager, Special Educator
Jenna is a proud product of the Midwest, which comes out in her connections with others and commitment to her work. Education and working with people with developmental disabilities have been two recurring themes throughout her life experiences. In 1998 Jenna joined a lifetime friend on a spur-of-the-moment trip to Seattle, which led to a move two months later. Flash forward 10 years and Jenna was walking across a stage accepting her Masters in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Washington. Jenna has additional training in promoting social emotional development, visual impairments in young children, and screening for Autism. In her spare time, Jenna finds joy in spontaneous experiences with her “partner in crime” (son), working in the yard, and spending time together as a family.
Human Resources Manager
Sarah has been working in the field of human resources for over 17 years. Her experience includes benefits administration, annual enrollment processes, compensation, recruiting, HR systems, and work with diverse employee populations. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with a concentration in leadership from the University of Puget Sound. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, including several recent adventurous trips in their motorhome.
Family Support Manager, Family Resources Coordinator
A native Washingtonian, Mandy began her career working with the elderly as a medical aid for five memorable years. After she and her husband had their own daughter she developed a deep interest in childhood development and became drawn to work with children and families. She jumped at the chance to join the Wonderland team and truly loves coming to work every day to provide support to Wonderland’s caregivers and children. Mandy also brings a decade of customer-service experience in the hospitality and property management industries. She enjoys getting outside as much as possible, where her family snowboards, camps, hikes, rock climbs, and most of all, surfs. Yes, surfing in our local frigid waters!
Shandi grew up in British Columbia and has lived in Washington for the past fourteen years. She has previously worked as a clinical operations coordinator for a busy medical practice. After having her son, she developed an interest in child development and decided to switch careers. She is excited to join the Wonderland team. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Jennifer loves to use her talents to help others. Her past experience includes roles in marketing and fundraising at local nonprofits in youth development, healthcare, and the environment. Jennifer is excited to help grow Wonderland’s services to children and families using her skills in database management and special events. In her free time, she is a reluctant gardener and enjoys reading, crafting, and, most of all, spending time with friends and family.
Marketing & Events Coordinator
Hannah’s heart is truly in non-profit work. After earning a Bachelor’s in Political Science from Western Washington University, she relocated to the Bay Area where she worked on a political campaign and then for an environmental/political organization. Realizing she wasn’t cut out for a life in politics, Hannah decided to go back to school. In 2011 she graduated from Tulane University with a Master’s of Science in International Development. Since then, she has spent a summer interning in rural Italy, run a successful farmers market, and worked on food access issues.
Hannah spent her childhood in Alaska, where long days of roaming wild and free inspired her love of the outdoors. When not in the office, you can find her gardening, cooking, canning, foraging, fishing, hunting, or tending livestock with her husband and son on their little farm.
Family Resources Coordinators
Family Resources Coordinator
After high school, Kylie attended Linfield College with the goal of becoming a nurse. During the summers when she was home from school, Kylie worked at Camp Prov, a day camp for children with special needs and their siblings. While working at the camp, Kylie realized she was passionate about working with children with challenges and decided to make a career change. She transferred to Colorado State University and earned a BS in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Early Childhood Professions. Kylie worked as a registered behavior technician at the Providence Boyden Family Autism Center and found a love for supporting children with autism and their families. Kylie also has experience working as an assistant teacher in an ECEAP preschool where she supported children’s social and behavioral needs. Outside of work, Kylie enjoys fitness, attending baseball games, baking, being in the sun, and spending time with friends and family.
Shelby Hanson, IMH-E®
Family Resources Coordinator Supervisor, Classroom Coordinator, Infant Family Specialist
From fundraising with the Seattle chapter of the March of Dimes to a long stint in the pediatric therapy department at Swedish First Hill, Shelby has always had a heart for advocating for kids with special needs. In her spare time, she cheers on her own two kids and especially enjoys driving around the state watching them play and her husband Jay coach soccer and basketball. She also enjoys volunteering with children’s ministries at her church, making her nieces and nephews laugh, and cuddling her elderly Schnauzer, Effi. Shelby has a bachelor’s degree in psychology/sociology from Western Washington University and is happy to be serving families in the communities near her beloved hometown of Edmonds.
Family Resources Coordinator
Charissa has always called the greater Seattle area home! Over the course of her career, she has developed her passion to support individuals and families in many ways. After receiving her master’s in counseling, Charissa worked as a mental health therapist and a school counselor for many years. Combining her love of helping others and her love of young children, she is excited to be a resource for Wonderland families. Outside of work, Charissa loves spending time with her husband, daughter, friends, and extended family. She enjoys family outings and throwing parties!
Family Resources Coordinator, Bridge Coordinator
Marsha is a born and raised Washingtonian! She has been passionate about working with children and parents and has seven years of experience in Early Childhood Education. She has been working as a preschool teacher and as a family educator for immigrant and refugee parents in South Seattle. Outside of work, Marsha loves international travel, and she tries to explore two new countries every year.
Family Resources Coordinator, Intake Coordinator
Skylar has lived in Washington state most of her life, with over 20 years in Snohomish County! She graduated from Western Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in human services. Skylar has been passionate about working with and supporting children and families in the community. She has over five years of experience in early childhood education as a family support advocate in the ECEAP program. Outside of work, Skylar loves spending time with her husband, their two kids, and their puppy. She also enjoys going on hikes and reading great books!
Susanna Wong, IMH- E®
Family Resources Coordinator, Autism Navigator, Infant Family Specialist
Born and raised in Shanghai, China, Susanna graduated from Hua Zhong University of Science and Technology with a BA in Finance and worked many years in marketing until she became a full-time mom. It was then that she discovered her love and passion for working with young children, when she volunteered at her son’s preschools and Cub Scout unit. Susanna went back to school and earned her Human Development BA and Early Childhood Education certificate at Washington State University. In her spare time, Susanna likes spending time with her family, traveling, discovering new restaurants, hiking, and going to Zumba class with her friends.
Family Resources Coordinator Supervisor, CHERISH Coordinator
A Puget Sound native, Sarah’s love for working with children started at a young age as a babysitter and nanny in her hometown of Sammamish, Washington. In high school she participated in the Running Start program at Bellevue College and worked at the preschool on campus. Sarah went on to get her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Washington State University and taught 1st grade in Lacey, Washington and preschool in Bellevue, Washington. Sarah later earned her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University. She has worked with children and families for over 20 years in many different capacities, from early childhood education to trauma-focused counseling and social work. Sarah has spent the past six years dedicated to working with children, adolescents, and families who are systems involved. Sarah lives in Bothell with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, camping, painting, baking, reading, and spending time with her family.
Early Support Therapists and Educators
Christine Babcock, OTR/L, IMH-E®
Occupational Therapist, Infant Family Associate
Christine studied early childhood and family studies and has a master’s in occupational therapy from the University of Washington. She first fell in love with occupational therapy as a volunteer at an early-intervention center in 7th grade. She is excited to join the Wonderland team and to work one-on-one with children while also supporting their caregivers. Christine grew up in Southern California but has called the Pacific Northwest her home for the last 12 years. When Christine is not working, she enjoys running, backpacking, baking, and spending time with friends and family.
Kristi joins the Wonderland team with 16 years of experience as a physical therapist across the lifespan and in a variety of settings. She is a native Seattleite and attended Seattle Pacific University before moving to Montana for graduate school. Kristi is excited to take her career into the field of early intervention. She is passionate about education and the coaching model that Wonderland uses for empowering families to actively participate in their child’s progress. She loves the challenge of finding innovative ways to help children reach their full potential. Outside of work, she stays busy with her husband and three kids, volunteering at schools, coaching soccer, gardening, cooking, and traveling.
Sarah grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has lived in the Seattle area for the past four years. Her passion for working with children and helping people is what led her to her career as a speech-language pathologist. She enjoys helping children communicate with their families and the world around them. Sarah completed her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University. She is excited to be a part of the Wonderland team and to be able to support children and their families throughout their journeys. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, camping, and spending time with friends and family.
Growing up, Rebecca always had an interest in working with people and was fascinated by the intricacies of communication. Through an introductory course during her freshman year, Rebecca discovered a passion for speech-language pathology. She completed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the University of Washington. Rebecca is excited to be part of the Wonderland team and to work with children and families from diverse backgrounds. In her free time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with friends and family, hiking, baking cookies, and exploring Seattle area coffee shops.
Hannah Currie, OTR/L
Hannah’s passion for working with infants and toddlers stems from the thrill of watching children develop their own personalities and gain developmental skills. She is dedicated to helping families grow together by delighting in the little things that reveal how their child is learning and growing. She grew up in the Pacific Northwest and enjoys preserving fresh local produce, as well as hiking, gardening, cooking, and sewing. Hannah is now very busy raising a toddler with another little one on the way.
Hannah DeJong, M.A., CCC-SLP, IMH-E®
CHERISH Speech-Language Pathologist, Infant Family Specialist
Growing up in Iowa, Hannah first became interested in working with children and their families by working as a respite and camp counselor for children with disabilities. She studied speech pathology and Spanish at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and enjoyed spending a semester in Spain learning a new language. After earning her Master’s degree in speech pathology from the University of Iowa, she worked in a pediatric clinic and in the school setting before moving to Seattle with her husband. Hannah likes to spend time outdoors and explore new places to hike in Washington. She also enjoys cooking, reading good books, and gardening.
Kalayla Hough, M.S., CCC-SLP, IMH-E®
Speech-Language Pathologist, Infant Family Specialist, Equity Ambassador
Kalayla has always been drawn to the “helping” professions. She began working with children with disabilities while a first grader, when she would go to the Special Education room and spend time playing games and interacting with kids. During graduate school, she worked as a behavior technician with children with autism and volunteered as a peer in an adult autism program. As an SLP, Kalayla is passionate about being able to help anyone and everyone communicate and interact with their environment. Her focus as a therapist is understanding the hopes and dreams each family has for their child and supporting them in their journey. Kalayla has lived all over the country, including Wyoming, Massachusetts, Nebraska, and Washington. Her favorite summer pastimes include hiking and spending time on the water. During the fall she spends her weekends watching football. Winter finds her out in the snow trying new activities.
Devon Lawrence, MAT
Growing up in Maryland, Devon first became interested in working with children with special needs through her volunteer work with a 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program. She moved to Charlottesville where she stayed for both her undergraduate and graduate schooling. Devon earned her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education and spent a year gaining experience in early-intervention services and preschool special education. She moved to Seattle with her husband and worked for her first five years teaching a special education preschool classroom. In her spare time, Devon enjoys visiting family and friends, reading books, watching movies, baking, and rowing.
Yuling Liu, OTR/L
A former teacher in China and the U.S., Yuling has always known that she wanted a career that enables her to help people. She decided to pursue an occupational therapy degree from the University of Washington because it combines all her interest in teaching, early-childhood development, and medicine. Yuling is excited to be part of this dynamic team with a passion for supporting children and families from diverse cultural background to reach their greatest potential in their daily life. When Yuling is not working, she is busy raising her toddler twin daughters. She enjoys cooking, travelling and exploring outdoor activities. She speaks English and Mandarin Chinese.
Kris Marion, M.S., CCC-SLP, IMH-E®
Speech-Language Pathologist, Therapy Supervisor, Infant Family Specialist
Kris finds great reward in helping caregivers and children learn to communicate more successfully with one another. She is grateful for the opportunity to know, teach, learn from, and collaborate with Wonderland families, and has facilitated years of parent education classes using The Hanen Program curriculum. Kris has worked with children and families in many settings (home, public school, clinic-based, and private-practice sectors) and has almost 20 years of experience and training in a wide variety of communication disorders. Kris is one of Wonderland’s early intervention team therapy supervisors and is a mentor for clinical fellows at Wonderland through ASHA’s Clinical Fellowship program. She also participates in Wonderland’s Equity Change team to support positive change in the areas of workplace diversity, cultural understanding, and equity practices. She stays busy raising her three school-aged children, enjoying hot yoga, and pursuing various hobbies such as writing, crafts, and gardening.
Anna Meline, M.S., CF-SLP
Anna was born and raised in France. She graduated from San Francisco State University with a bachelor’s degree in communicative disorders and a minor in special education. She moved to Seattle to attend graduate school and received her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Washington. Anna strongly believes in the early support services for young children. She particularly enjoys collaborating with families to help their children flourish and interact with their environments to the best of their abilities. In her spare time, you can find Anna book browsing in local bookstores, building Legos with her two young sons, or making crepes for her family.
M.S., OTR/L, IMH-E®
Occupational Therapist, Infant Family Specialist
Rachel believes wholeheartedly in families and the power of home-based early-invention services. Raised on the East Coast, she earned her Master’s in Occupational Therapy there but has called Seattle home for the last ten years. She enjoys the culture of the Pacific Northwest and all the activities it offers, from skiing to mountain climbing, although recently has been sticking close to home, enjoying the little things with her husband and baby daughter.
Holly Schroepfer, M.S., OTR/L
Holly grew up in a small town in Southwest Minnesota and knew she wanted to become an occupational therapist since her senior year of high school. She has always had a passion for working with children and supporting them as they develop and grow. Holly completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree in sunny Arizona and recently moved to the beautiful state of Washington. She is excited to be part of this multidisciplinary team as she is passionate about helping children and their families reach their maximal potential in daily life activities. When Holly is not working, she enjoys traveling, hiking, shopping, practicing yoga, camping, visiting wineries, watching movies, completing puzzles, and spending time with her fiancé, friends, and family.
Kristen Shaw, M.S., CCC-SLP, IMH-E®
Speech-Language Pathologist, CHERISH Lead, Therapy Supervisor, Infant Family Specialist
Kristen studied English, Linguistics, and Speech Science, and has a Master’s in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Washington. She loves language in all its forms (she once competed in a crossword puzzle competition), and has spent most of her life working and volunteering for, or just enjoying, language causes. She has worked at a publishing house, translated Middle English poetry, taught English to adults, and helped run a reading program for teenagers. She became interested in Speech Language Pathology after reading the book The Diving Bell and The Butterfly, a memoir about finding new ways of communication after a stroke. She lives in Seattle with her husband and son and still reads Middle English for fun.
Mental Health Counselor
Natasha was born and raised in Seattle but has lived in Portland and Spokane as well. She is happy to be back home near her family and lifelong friends. With a graduate degree in social work and an undergraduate degree in psychology, Natasha’s focus is on using best practices to connect with and improve outcomes for children and families. Natasha believes that positive early childhood experiences lay the foundation for happy and healthy adolescence and adulthood. She is also passionate about food, friends, camping, live music, and a good book, especially science fiction.
Jane Witmer, M.S., OT/L
Occupational Therapist, Therapy Supervisor
Jane originally became an occupational therapist with an early-intervention focus to combine her interests in science and art, but she was surprised to discover how much pleasure she also finds in meeting and getting to know Wonderland’s children and their families. Jane is passionate about nurturing strengths and building on positive assets. She has found this particularly challenging recently as she nudges her two sons toward adulthood. Jane and her family peacefully coexist with one dog and two cats in a much-loved and remodeled home. She finds solace in outdoor activities like biking, hiking, camping, and gardening.
Hope RISING Clinic Team
Alexandra Lundy, M.S., CCC-SLP
Alex first became interested in speech-language pathology, while working as a behavior technician for children with autism. She found joy in discovering how to enter a child’s world and to teach communication. She pursued a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Oregon. After graduating, she worked in center-based early-intervention programs, pediatric clinics, and a school setting. She enjoys adventuring in the mountains and on the water with her very active pup.
Gabrielle Maya Nonast,
Family Support Supervisor
Gabrielle Maya Nonast
Gabrielle loves the work that supports families, strengthens their bonds, and connects us all in our common challenges. As a parent of a child who has been helped by therapies to reach his development goals and as a child of aging parents, she has appreciated the moments where people come together in shared understanding and/or support of one another. She is passionate about working with families to connect with the supports they need to do the difficult, yet beautiful work of caregiving. She grew up in Northern California and has lived along the stretch of land from Southern California to the Seattle area. She enjoys adventuring with her kids, hiking and running in the woods near her home, reading and watching movies, and singing frequently, but poorly.
Akila Osakwe, LMHC
Behavioral Health Supervisor
A native New Yorker, Akila moved to Seattle in 2006, where she spent five wonderful years before being recruited for a community health role in tribal healthcare in Alaska. She has worked in most areas of behavioral healthcare, including crisis intervention, addiction/recovery, suicide prevention, and serving individuals, families, and couples, in addition to holding administrative roles. A proud mother of two energetic children, she enjoys spending time with her family and taking them on fun-filled adventures. When the opportunity presents itself, she enjoys salsa dancing with anyone who might join her.
Katherine Zintel, M.S., OTR/L
Boundless Therapy Supervisor
Katherine loves to help others, and being an occupational therapist allows her to support others in creative ways. Katherine has taken a particular interest in the sensory frame of reference and understanding how dysregulation affects individuals’ abilities to be in a state of readiness to learn. She is passionate about helping children reach their fullest potential in all areas of development. Katherine brings knowledge and skill from being an in-home support specialist, residential treatment staff member, support staff in an alternative school, and therapy aide in a pediatric OT clinic to supporting children and families at the clinic. She grew up in a small town in Wisconsin and moved to the Pacific Northwest as a young adult. She finds enjoyment in having her coffee on her front porch, hiking and backpacking, and cooking with her husband.
Family Support Specialist
Tiara graduated from Linfield University in McMinnville, Oregon, with a B.S. in psychology. She played two years of college volleyball and studied abroad in Oslo, Norway. During her studies abroad, Tiara completed an internship in early childhood development and child abuse prevention. Before coming to Wonderland, she worked for an organization serving low-income families on TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families). Tiara loves to travel, coach/play volleyball, and spending time with friends and family. Some of her favorite places she has traveled to are Costa Rica, Spain, and Greece.
Sarah Lemke, M.S., OTR/L
Hannah McIlroy, M.S., OTR/L
Hannah has a master’s degree in occupational therapy from the University of Puget Sound. She was born in Washington, studied psychology at the University of Washington, and worked as an ABA behavior technician. Hannah has experience with hippotherapy, sensory, and feeding interventions. She values play-based and family-centered therapy and is bilingual in English and Spanish. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, reading, and playing soccer.
Nicole Parot, M.S., OTR/L
Nicole has lived in California and Texas but calls the PNW her home. She went to Texas A&M University for an undergraduate degree and received her graduate degree from the University of Washington. Nicole always knew she wanted to be in the medical field and decided that occupational therapy was the best fit with its mix of science and creativity. Nicole has a passion for helping children live their best lives and supporting their families. She has experience working with children of all ages and loves finding the spark of joy in each child. Nicole enjoys reading, going on walks, and spending time with her husband and their young son.
Sophie Reynolds, M.S., OTR/L
Sophie is a Bothell native who has always had a passion and desire to work with children. Prior to graduate school, Sophie volunteered for two years in a Head Start classroom, providing support to children with prenatal substance exposure, trauma, and adverse life experiences. She became interested in becoming an occupational therapist after working as a floortime therapist for children with autism spectrum disorder. Sophie is a registered behavior therapist and has experience with aquatic therapy, early intervention, sensory regulation, and feeding interventions. As an occupational therapist, she uses a holistic approach in helping children and their families reach their fullest potential. She finds enjoyment in fashion and outside walks, cooking for family and friends, and spending time with her dogs.
Child & Family Therapist
Jenn graduated from the University of Washington with a B.A in public health, early childhood-family studies, and M.A in child and adolescent psychology. She grew up in Granger, WA, and has lived in the Seattle area for the past eight years. Jenn has always had a passion for working with families and wanted to pursue a career in mental health. Prior to joining the team, she worked for an organization researching and implementing interventions in schools that serve low-income families. While working in research, she also worked in an intensive outpatient program for OCD, providing cognitive behavioral therapy to young children. Outside of work, Jenn loves to travel, hike, and spend time with family and friends.
Boundless Intake Coordinator & Program Assistant
Amy grew up in Lake Tapps, Washington. She developed a close relationship with her grandparents when she was little and later cared for them as they aged. Amy earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Western Washington University. She found that working with people became her passion, and she developed an appetite for helping others, especially if it included working with their pets. She enjoys taking the extra time to listen and has built long-lasting relationships with clients, friends, and family. She is recently engaged and spends most of her time doting on her precious dachshunds, Sully and Quincy.
Callie Swayze M.S., CF-SLP
Callie is from Atlanta, GA. From the age of 16, she knew that she wanted to be a speech pathologist and work with children and families to improve their quality of life and access to communication. She attended the University of Texas at Austin (Hook ’em!) for her undergraduate degree and received a master’s degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Washington. While having a wide range of interests within speech pathology, Callie found her passion in helping children and their families. She has worked with children with autism, selective mutism, speech and language delays, oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD, and many more populations. Callie loves living in Seattle and spends her weekends trying new restaurants, hiking, skiing, and hanging out with her wonderful friends.
Child & Family Therapist
Alex spent his childhood in Saint Paul, Minnesota. From a young age, Alex was drawn to helping those around him. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology from The Evergreen State College and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Washington. Alex spent eight years working with youth, families, and caregivers involved in the child welfare system. He consistently formed deep, trusting relationships with families based on respect, non-judgmental understanding, and empathy. Alex is passionate about helping children, families, and adults identify patterns in their own lives, learning and implementing new skills, and make lasting changes in their lives. He enjoys spending time adventuring with his partner and his 10-year-old stepdaughter, hiking, cooking, going to art exhibitions, pedal boating, and canoeing.
Family Support Specialist & FASD Clinic Coordinator
A native Seattleite, Solé has always had a passion for working with children and families. She spent a great deal of time in her youth babysitting and caring for her mammoth-sized extended family, as well as families in her neighborhood. Solé has worked in many administrative roles, including an office administrator position with Wonderland for the last two years. She looks forward to taking the skills she has gained over the years and applying them to her new position on the Boundless Team. The opportunity to support children and families impacted by prenatal substance exposure speaks to her heart. Growing up, she has experienced the impacts of drug addiction and prenatal substance exposure in her family. Solé believes these experiences will help her support other families in her new role. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, kickboxing, yoga, gardening, reading great books, and most of all, spending time with her family and friends – including her nine-year-old husky Jenna.
Andrea Whipple, M.S., CCC-SLP
Andrea began her studies in education for the deaf and then broadened to speech-language pathology after observing others in the field and realizing that was the career for her. She has a passion for helping children communicate and connect with their family and the world around them. She has worked with children in both school and early-intervention in-home settings. Andrea grew up on a small farm in Spokane, WA and has lived in the Seattle area for the past 6 years. Outside of working with children, she enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest by hiking, camping, and cycling with her husband and friends.