Cassandra Crosman is our Programs Director and Board Chair. She is an activist, an advocate, a writer, and is from Dayton, Oregon. She is autistic and has a bachelor’s degree in Humanities. She is now a graduate student at Western Oregon University studying inclusive education to teach and learn from other neurodivergent and disabled people. She is also the founder of the online blog and facebook page, “In the Loop About Neurodiversity,” which seeks to educate others on issues that concern the autistic community and other neurodivergent people. Cassandra is passionate about autistic rights and culture and encourages other autistic people to embrace their own Neurodiversity. She values social justice, intersectionality, equity, neurodiversity, accessibility, inclusion, and diversity.