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Marnie Danielson, MHS, OTR/L
A 20 year veteran, Marnie Danielson, MHS OTR/L has been practicing since 1996. She began her career working with teens and adults, but found her calling in pediatric OT while working for a school district in suburban Atlanta. Shortly thereafter, Ms. Danielson opened Building Blocks Pediatric Therapy – a private therapy clinic she sold in 2008 that is still growing and helping children today.
Ms. Danielson holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida and a Masters of Science degree from the University of Indianapolis. She has been published for her research in Neuroplasticity and fine motor development by numerous scientific and educational publications, and she frequently lectures at both national and regional conferences to audiences ranging from parents and teachers to therapists and administrators. The current owner of Lone Star Children’s Therapy, Inc., Ms. Danielson resides in Dallas, TX with her husband of nearly 15 years and their two children. For more information, please visit: www.lonestarchildrenstherapy.com.
Susan Ellis also graduated from the University of Florida in 1991 with a B.S. in Accounting. She was employed for more than ten years with large, multi-national corporations such as Monsanto/Solutia and PriceWaterhouse Coopers. She developed an extensive business background assuming various roles in Accounting, Customer Service, Sales, Operations Planning, Global Computer/Systems Integration, and Business Consulting. When her first son, Ryan, was two years old, Susan took early retirement to enter "stay-at-home mom” status beginning in 2002.
She is happily married, and the proud mother of two beautiful boys with Autism. Susan contributes her broad range of business skills to The TV Teacher videos behind the camera as the Producer and Director as well as managing the operations for the company. Susan has been on various TV and radio stations giving interviews about her personal experiences with Autism. She is also a national presenter on the power of video modeling and visual strategies. For more information, please visit: susanellis.net