Kiara Pusey, M.Ed
Kiara was admitted to East Carolina University in 2010 as a Speech Pathology major with a minor in art. After taking a required Special Education foundation course, she realized that she had a keen interest for children with special needs. After changing her path and declaring a major in Special Education, a host of doors were opened that afforded Kiara several opportunities to gain experience in the field. While in school, she worked as a part time ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) Therapist, a Therapeutic Integration Technician, and an Autism Support Professional. She serviced individuals in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. Kiara worked as a paraprofessional under the supervision of licensed specialists. She has a total of 9 years of experience in Special Education.
Kiara graduated from East Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Adapted Special Education, and a teaching license in Special Education K-12. She also holds Master of Education in Curriculum Instruction with a concentration in Assistive Technology from George Mason University. Kiara spent four years teaching Special Education at the elementary and middle school levels in Howard County Public Schools. Kiara currently serves as an Assistive Technology Specialist with Prince George's County Public Schools.