Scarlett Gardner

Scarlet has long blonde hair. She wears a black dress on a purple/grey backdrop.

Discipline: School Psychology

Scarlett is a third-year school psychology doctoral student at Baylor University. Her research interests encompass culturally responsive practices for conducting autism spectrum disorder (ASD) assessments and aiding transitions into adulthood for individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions. 

In addition to her coursework, she is a research assistant for the Baylor Center for Developmental Disabilities Clinic and recently served as a project manager for a grant-funded study investigating the technical adequacy of curriculum-based measurement for students with ASD. As an ACT LEND trainee, she is eager to bridge her perspectives in the neurodevelopmental community as a family member and scientist-practitioner.