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I Light It Up Blue For...

In April, Alpha Xi Delta joins others around the globe celebrating World Autism Month. We light our house blue, table to raise awareness, host philanthropy events, volunteer, and most importantly recognize the wonderful individuals in our lives who have Autism. From the places where we work, go to school and volunteer to at home with our families and friends, there are so many individuals in our lives who we light it up blue for! Keep reading below to hear about some of the few we celebrate and why! “I light it up blue for all the kids I work with while shadowing behavior analysts. These kids are extremely intelligent! They teach me so many different ways to see the world every day.” -Vaness

Meet the Exec: Philanthropy VP

Getting to Know You Name and PC: Hannah Przybilla PC' 17 Major: Applied Movement Sciences Hometown: Richmond, Texas “I Light It Up Blue for”: L’iars, Emie, London, Lauren and Laken My Top Brunch Spot in Austin is: Anywhere where my girls are! It’s all about good company. But in all seriousness, Bangers. One Thing on my Bucket List is: To backpack all across Europe with my gals! My Go-To Song to Jam to in the Car is: 1, 2 Step by Ciara My Celebrity Spirit Animal is: Princess Poppy from the movie Trolls Three Things that Make My Day are: Princess Fiona (as in my cat not the ogre from Shrek), a large Diet Coke and chats with our House Chef Michael! My Hobbies include: Volunteering... lol bet ya

ISpy: Hannah Fipp-Rosenfield

Name & PC: Hannah Fipp-Rosenfield PC’ 15 Tell us about your research project? My project is about how maternal verbal and non-verbal communication shapes a child’s language development. I am also assessing the role of risk when it comes to Autism Spectrum Disorder, which is determined by whether an older sibling has it or not. What made you decide to pursue this? After graduation, I knew I wanted to pursue a PhD in child clinical psychology with a focus on early interventions for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their language and social communication in schools. The summer after my sophomore year, I was lucky enough to start working at the Child Development in Context Lab under D

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