Anslie Patrick moved to Columbia from Savannah, Georgia. Passionate about changing lives, Mrs. Patrick began volunteering with children with special needs in 2002. As an undergraduate, she studied both Psychology and Sociology at the University of Georgia and received her Master’s of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University where she completed her coursework in applied behavior analysis.
She joined The Unumb Center for Neurodevelopment in January 2018 as the executive director. Prior to working for AASC, she was a clinic director and worked as a board certified behavior analyst providing program coordination services, assessments, program development, training, and supervision services for children 2-21 years old, families, clinicians, and school districts. In her free time, Mrs. Patrick enjoys traveling, cooking, and staying active with her husband and four children, including two teenage boys with special needs.