Rebecca Alexander majored in Anthropology and minored in Theater at the University of Houston. She is a certified teacher in Special Education and Core Subjects. She worked in the fields of education and fine arts for the past 20 years in both public, private, K-12, and Higher Education. She has taught in elementary education for the past 7 years. She has taken the skill of ethnography to observe and develop strategies that engage special populations through the vehicles of dance, theater, music, and the communicative arts to modify behaviors for students that meet the qualifications of ADHD, Apraxia of Speech, Emotional Disturbance, Intellectual & Learning Disabilities, Autism, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Selective Mutism, Bipolar Disorder, and Mood Disorders, to name a few. Through the use of Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) and Adaptive Behavior Analysis techniques she has been able to assist both children and adults identify the the student's needs and find resolutions by building much needed social skills. She currently supports parents navigating through the Individual Education process and the special education systems.