Brandy has been providing Care Coordination services for 15 years. She has worked with People First of Alaska – Anchorage Chapter as a mentor providing assistance and guidance to the board and members to expand advocacy and disability awareness throughout the state.
Because of undiagnosed Scarlet Fever, Brandy’s cousin lost his hearing at a young age, piquing her interest in deaf culture and giving her an appreciation for the many different ways people can be different and unique.
She graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and an Associate’s in Human Services with an emphasis in Disabilities. She works with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as those who experience mental illness and people with ISB.