Creigh earned her Master of Education degree from the University of Washington in 2018; her studies were focused on Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Her undergraduate studies were completed at Central Washington University in 2016, with a focus
on Social Sciences and Psychology. Creigh has worked primarily with learners between the ages of 2 and 11 in both school and clinic settings, and she considers herself fortunate to have learned from individuals with a wide variety of needs, skills, and diagnoses.
Over the last nine years while working with students and clients, Creigh has found great satisfaction in helping learners and their families overcome challenges, reach new milestones, and gain independence. She strives to connect with each learner and believes that engagement is a critical component of learning.
Creigh’s interests outside of work include reading, spending time with her family, exercising, training her two Doberman puppies, and traveling.