Kerri started her career graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from IU and teaching for IPS for 13 years. After leaving teaching, Kerri was looking for a change and started working at an ABA center and becoming a RBT for three years where she found an interest working with those with disabilities. During those three years, Kerri attended Ball State University and earned her Masters of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2016. In 2017, Kerri started her career as a behavior consultant working with group homes and individuals. Her clients have ranged in ages from 3 years to 90 years. Kerri finds a great deal of satisfaction about behavior consulting when her clients meet goals and they are living their best life. In her spare time, Kerri attends her son’s baseball practices and games and through her love of baseball, started the Challenger League at her local little league for her daughter to participate in when she was younger. When Kerri stepped away from Challenger, she handed the reins of the league to her daughter, who now runs it for the little league.