Rosa graduated with her Associate’s degree in liberal arts from Santa Ana College in 2006 and is currently attending California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), where she is majoring in Criminal Justice.

Rosa began working with children with autism in 2007. She is experienced in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Incidental Teaching, and Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). She has worked with children with various abilities, ranging from pre-school through young adult, in the school, home, clinic, and community settings.

In 2008, Rosa was part of the CSUF Washington D.C. Intern program and had the opportunity to work with a Non-Profit organization (TASH an international leader in disability advocacy) advocating for social justice.

During Rosa’s spare time, she enjoys baking, gardening, traveling, and running half and full marathons.

“Justice consists not in being neutral between right and wrong, but in finding out the right and upholding it, wherever found, against the wrong.” – Theodore Roosevelt