Trustee since 2018
Emily Moser has been a member of The Arc of King County Board of Trustees since 2018 and of The Arc of King County's Young Professional Board since 2017.
Emily has a passion for Educational Access and Advocacy.
In the past ten years, Emily has gained a variety of professional experiences working with diverse groups of students ranging from birth to high school aged. As a paraprofessional and then later on as a graduate teaching assistant in inclusive classrooms, Emily saw the benefit of all types of students learning together. She also saw the value in individualizing education by working closely with students with special needs as a research assistant, behavior therapist, and Special Education teacher. Emily has also worked with students and families in community, home, and other naturalistic settings.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Kansas, where her emphasis was in Applied Behavioral Science. She continued her studies at The University of Washington, where she earned a Master's in Education, focusing on two programs: Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis.
With a passion to support her community, Emily currently volunteers and participates with: Na'ah Illahee Fund for the Native Girl's Code program, Pacific Northwest Chahta, Special Olympics of Washington, Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy, and The Arc of King County's Young Professional Board.
Her current professional positions include: tutoring students in Elementary thru High School and Behavior Technician in Washington State. Emily plans to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst exam in November 2018.