Director of Special Education Advocacy
Rebecca earned a bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language from Kent State University and a master’s degree in Special Education from the University of Northern Colorado. She has taught students with special needs since 2004 and continues to support families through their personal education struggles and triumphs as a Special Education Advocate. Rebecca has four children and vast experience navigating the special education system as a parent, professional, and global advocate for disability rights. Before coming to K Altman Law, she was an Assistant Teaching Professor at Bowling Green State University in the College of Education and Human Development. She has developed countless college courses, training workshops, and parent support groups for a myriad of special education topics including low-incidence disabilities (deafness/blindness), communication disorders, autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities. Rebecca remains committed to providing families with the knowledge and support required for long-term success with educational programming, placement, services, and IEP/504 plan implementation.