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The Neurodiversity Working Group

The Neurodiversity Working Group is composed of faculty, staff, administrators, students, alumni, and members of the community. We welcome all interested members of the Tribe community to join us.


  • [[w|jabur2, Josh Burk]], Co-Chair, Associate Professor and Chair of Psychology
  • [[w|kawulf, Karin Wulf]], Co-chair, Director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American Studies

Other Members: 

  • Virginia Ambler, Vice President for Student Affairs
  • Suzanne Armstrong, University Advancement
  • Lynn Cannon, W&M Alum, Autism Education and Curriculum, the Ivymount School
  • Francie Cate-Aries, Professor of Hispanic Studies
  • Kelly Crace, Associate Vice President for Health and Wellness
  • Jennifer Ried Cross, Center for Gifted Education
  • Tracy L. Cross, Jody and Layton Smith Professor of Psychology and Gifted Education
  • Cheryl Dickter, Assistant Professor of Psychology
  • Leah Glenn, Assistant Professor of Theater, Speech and Dance
  • Chon Glover, Chief Diversity Officer
  • Lesley Henderson, Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Student Accessibility Services
  • Chloe How, Student Group Co-President
  • Heartley Huber, Assistant Professor in Special Education
  • Patrick Hudgins, Staff Psychologist
  • Barbara Joynes, W&M Alum and Joynes-Knight Consulting
  • Kam Lee, W&M Alum and Local Autism Counselor
  • Cinnamon Melchor, W&M Alum
  • Molly Miller, Coordinator, Graduate Student
  • Kathleen Powell, Associate Vice President for Career Development
  • John Elder Robison, W&M Scholar in Residence
  • Renee’ Salas, Community Liaison and Advocate
  • Lynn Smith, Executive Secretary of Counseling Center
  • Carina Sudarsky-Gleiser, Counseling Center Director
  • Alanna Van Valkenburgh, Student Group Co-President
  • Allison Willdridge, Associate Director, Residential Life
  • Janice Zeman, Professor and Dean of Undergraduate Studies