Tasha Jamroz serves as Vice President and is a founding team member of Emerge. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Saint Louis University and her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado Denver. Her training in Applied Behavior Analysis stemmed from the esteemed University of North Texas. Tasha has worked in the field of treating Autism Spectrum Disorders since 2003. Her clinical experiences include working with individuals of all ages affected by autism, anxiety, mood challenges, AD/HD, and developmental disability. She has significant expertise in successfully working with individuals who have autism as well as co-morbid conditions such as anxiety, mood disorder, or medical complexity. She is also highly experienced in the assessment of behavior, including evaluations in the forensic domain. Throughout her career, Tasha has supervised and mentored many clinicians in the field of ABA and sought to develop training and supervision systems that sustain Emerge’s reputation for high-quality clinical services. She is also passionate about developing business practices that sustain ethical and effective multidisciplinary care for all. When she is not at Emerge, Tasha and her husband Ben enjoy traveling and spending time taking in Colorado’s beautiful landscape with their two sons.