Tina Mounlavongsy, B.A in Biological Sciences, is working on her Master's of Public Health Degree with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Her public health practicum/capstone project is with the SEED 3 (Study to Explore Early Development) Study at JFK Partners. Her passion for working and helping special needs started from her experiences working as a Camp Counselor for Camp Kesem and also working with United Cerebral Palsy. Through her LEND Fellowship, she hopes to gain more experience and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder and leadership skills in caring for children and working with families that have different disabilities. She will be partnering with the Asian Pacific Development Center and Sibling Tree to raise awareness of support services for siblings across multiple minority groups. She also looks forward to learning from other disciplines on how they can work together to better serve and help those in need.